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Isfahan

an unclassified vesiculovirus usually bracketed with vesicular stomatitis virus but much less virulent.
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The attacks have led to widespread panic and nervousness in Esfahan, the reformist daily Sharq reported.
On February 15, 2009, an IrAn-140 crashed at Shahin Shahr, Esfahan province, during a training flight, killing the five crewmen.
Esfahan province Governor General Rasul Zargarpur said there were four attacks between September 6 and October 15, with none after that.
The phostoxin tablet formulation was used in this survey (Prepared by Esfahan Health Centre).
Player Farah Abdul-Karim is considered the leading shooter among the disabled, possessing several medals, that raised Iraq's record, whilst her Colleague, Mahmoud Jabbar had scored the silver medal, recording a great achievement in the Esfahan Disables Championship.
The source said that the mill needs modification so Esfahan Steel has made a tender for straightening equipment and rail finishing equipment.
There are more than a dozen synagogues in Tehran; in Esfahan a handful cater to about 1,200 Jews, survivors of an almost 3,000-year-old community.
Esfahan is a modern Iranian metropolis of three and half million people.
dissertation in the history of religion at Uppsala University, Sweden, Thurfjell explores the sorrow rituals of conservative Shi'ism as practiced and experienced by five informants in Esfahan.
There also been plans to reverse existing pipelines from Tehran to Esfahan and Ahwaz, and Tehran to Arak and Ahwaz.
The plane, carrying mostly Ukrainians and an unknown number of Russians, was heading for the Esfahan airport on a flight from Turkey.
Chinese technicians were sent to build a uranium-conversion plant near the ancient city of Esfahan in central Iran and also to build two other 300-megawatt nuclear plants.