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biga

A chariot similar to a quadriga but drawn by two horses.
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The Kucukkuyu Formation was deposited during this period in the northern part of the Gulf of Edremit, around Kucukkuyu and north of the Kazdag Massif around Kizilelma on Biga Peninsula.
However, Biga is quick to point out that Zoobashop, like any retailer, must take care of any problem that the customer has.
Add biga, tomatoes and juice, tomato paste, parsley, sage, garlic, thyme, pepper, whole-wheat flour, 2 cups bread flour, and salt to yeast mixture.
A Biga station commander, ylhan Yyldyz, went to the village and talked down Yakup A.
Breads of this style may be called pane pugliese, pane francese, ciabatta, or other names, but they all have three things in common: a yeast-based starter called a biga, a very wet dough, and a slow rise.
Pilot Gold has initiated a 30,000-m drilling campaign at the TV Tower property on the Biga peninsula in northwestern Turkey.
The Arthemis statue was found in the village of Kemer in Ecanakkale's Biga district during excavations conducted jointly by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism and the department of archeology of AtatE-rk University.
Biga, "Prosopographie et datation relative des textes d'Ebla," both in Mari, Ebla et les Hourrites [Amurru 1, ed.