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(ˌɑ dəˌpɑ zəˈri)

a city in NW Turkey. 186,000.
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Didier Leroy, President & CEO at Toyota Motor Europe said, following the line-off of the new Corolla from the company's Adapazari, Sakarya plant in northwestern Turkey last week.
Dept of Civil Engineering, Sakarya University, Esentepe Campus, 54187 Adapazari, Turkey
The 12 sleeping cars are the first new ones to be purchased by BDZ in the past 30 years, Bulgarian Transport Minister Ivaylo Moskovski stated at a ceremony in Turkey's Adapazari where the purchase was presented to the public, as cited by the Bulgarian government press service.
1) Department of Civil Engineering, Sakarya University, 54187 Adapazari, Turkey
The vehicles will be manufactured at a factory to be established in Turkey's northwestern Adapazari town with a 500 million USD investment by the Chinese company's Turkish partner Mermerler Group.
Deeside is one of five European sites being stopped for several days, with similar measures being taken at Burnaston in Derbyshire, Adapazari in Turkey, Onnaing, France and Jelcz-Laskowice in Poland.
Career in brief: Having begun his career as a right winger with his hometown club, a player who had demonstrated an eye for goal during his time at the Adapazari Ataturk Stadium was converted into a striker who went on to thrill fans at Fenerbahce.
Ege Kimya will upgrade their resin manufacturing plant in Adapazari, Turkey, to manufacture state-of-the-art Reichhold products.
It flew in its SAR unit and set up a field hospital in Adapazari.
Some cities like Izinit were highly industrialized; Adapazari and Duzce were wealthy agricultural provinces with flourishing trade.