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Bitlis

(bĭtlĭs`), city (1990 pop. 38,130), capital of Bitlis prov., E Turkey, on a tributary of the Tigris River, at c.4,500 ft (1,370 m). Grains, fruit, and tobacco are grown nearby. It was an important caravan center for centuries and was captured by Persians, Arabs, Seljuk Turks, Byzantines, and Ottoman Turks. In the 19th cent. the town had a large Armenian population.
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Kung hindi ito magbabago ng bilis (ng takbo), maari itong makalabas Huwebes ng umaga o tanghali (The tropical storm is still over the seas and is yet to make a landfall.
"From nosi balasi to kay bilis maglaho ng kahapon (minsan)," John Lloyd wrote in the caption.
'Dahil patuloy nga ang kanyang bilis na direction, inaasahan natin na lalabas na ng PAR itong si Bagyong Ineng,' Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration's (Pagasa) weather specialist Raymond Ordinario said in a live press briefing.
"Ang bilis kasi ni Vice Mayor eh, dapat September pa ito," the Mayor quipped during the signing ceremony.
'We don't want a case where expensive items are exempted but the small fries (ikan bilis) will be taxed,' he said.
Dry-fry the ikan bilis for a few seconds in the oil you used for the chicken, scooping them out as they turn light brown.
Ozellikle cocuklarda toplumsal iliski kurma becerilerinde sorunlara yol acmasi nedeniyle sosyal bilis bozukluklari da DEHB'de onem tasimaktadir.
Dentro de los apartados del libro menciono dos estructuras tubulares en relacion con la pared de la vesicula biliar y de los conductos biliares; la primera estructura dentro de sus caracteristicas contiene glandulas intramurales que drenan en el lumen de la vesicula biliar a las cuales dio el nombre de criptas de Luschka; la segunda, es una estructura compuesta por pequenos conductos microscopicos localizados alrededor de la vesicula biliar poseedores de un epitelio cubital simple y dentro de ellos evidencio pigmento que sugeria la presencia de bilis (1,14).