Prishib

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Prishib

 

a city (until 1967, a settlement) in Dzhalilabad Raion, Azerbaijan SSR, in the Lenkoran Lowland. Located 6 km from the Masally railroad station on the Osmanly-Novye-Astara line. Population, 7,500 (1973). Prishib has an automotive repair plant, a grape-growing sovkhoz, and a winery.


Prishib

 

an urban-type settlement in Mikhailovka Raion, Zaporozh’e Oblast, Ukrainian SSR. Railroad station on the Zaporozh’e-Fedorovka line. Prishib has a bread-baking combine and a repair plant.

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(Nowell and Jackson 1996) and the last tiger was shot in 1932 near Prishib village in Talis, Azerbaijan (Gadjiev 2000).