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samara

a one-seeded indehiscent fruit with a wall flattened into a membrane wing, found, for example, in ash and elm trees.
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Agrotorg-Samara operates 116 stores in the Samara region in Russia.
We expect the market to recover sharply and are very pleased to work with local hospitality pioneers, Societe de Tourisme Samara, to bring a Dusit Thani resort to beautiful Sousse.
To understand Lukoil's plan to establish its foothold in Samara and Ulyanovsk regions of Russia through the acquisition Samara-Nafta from Hess
Security source in Salaheddin province told NINA that hundreds of arrivals from the provinces' towns and villages are prevented from entering Samara to take part in the Friday United Prayer; and whoever does present documents proving that he is a resident of Samara was denied entering it.
Severe freezing stress (-15degC) led to drastic and irreversible injuries to PSII in samara and leaf.
Flights to Samara will begin on Wednesday, October 20, and will follow hot on the heels of flydubai's first flight to Russia, which will be
Samara will be the airline's second Russian city, to follow after its first flight to Russia, which will be to Yekaterinburg on October 16.
ISTANBUL, Jun 24, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkey's Union of Exporters in Automotive Industry (OIB) has signed an agreement for strategic cooperation with the Russian Federation's Samara Regional Administration.
SHREWSBURY - George Samara, 85, of Shrewsbury, died May 8, in Marlboro Hospital.
We're debuting this technology in under-served parts of the world to semi-global audiences," says Samara.
NEW YORK -- Star Energy (OTCBB:SERG) announced today that it has entered into a Letter Of Intent (LOI) to purchase 100% of Samara Transoil, an oil-services company located in Samara, Russia.