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Ri·ga

(rē'gah),
Antonio, Italian physician, 1832-1919. See: Riga-Fede disease.
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IN BLOOM: A woman selling flowers in one of Riga's many squares; BEAUTIFUL: The Hotel De Rome in Riga; HISTORIC: St Peter's Church in the capital; CULTURE: Opera in Riga
Riga fell 8-2 adrift in the decider but fought back superbly to level at 14-14 when Afmodiyeva was controversially penalised for carrying the ball.
Yet Riga, as any Baltic city, is much dependent on weather, but I believe that the city offers a lot for everyone who ends up here, despite the weather outside the window.
Errors again crept in during the third set and Riga once again found themselves behind but a change of tactics in the fourth and with some deadly hitting from Medina and De Hoogh the visiting Warwick side closed it out to 20 to take the match to a deciding fifth.
airBaltic operates direct flights from two Baltic capitals: Riga (33 routes) and Vilnius (12 routes), as well as direct flight between Kaliningrad and Copenhagen.
As reported, the bloc of Harmony and Honor to Serve Riga has officially retained its majority in the Riga City Council after the local elections in June, with 50.
Set four again had hearts in mouths as Riga set about wasting a 17-13 lead hewn out by Gilling, de Hoogh and Spijkers.
airBaltic operates direct flights from two Baltic capitals: Riga (33 routes) and Vilnius (14 routes), as well as operating direct flights between Kaliningrad and Copenhagen.
Riga Dev Days cooperates with neighboring user groups and communities.
Malory were on song this afternoon, no doubt about that," commented Riga skipper Tom Young after the game.
Westmont chose the WiSuite solution from Riga Development for its innovative approach to energy management," said Steve Montague, director of information technology for the Westmont Hospitality Group.
The Latvian Corruption Prevention Bureau has confirmed that it had started a probe into donations that the Honour to Serve Riga (GKR) Party headed by Riga Vice Mayor Andris Ameriks, received from several construction companies which had been given contracts for road repairs in the Latvian capital.