Tigris River

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Noun1.Tigris River - an Asian riverTigris River - an Asian river; a tributary of the Euphrates River
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1) Department of Dermatology, Medical Faculty of Dicle University, Diyarbakir, Turkey
The blast hit an area near a state hospital in the district of Dicle, north of the region's largest city, Diyarbakir.
The blast occurred near a state hospital in the district of Dicle, north of the region's largest city Diyarbakir.
on Dicle Boulevard while a service bus carrying police officers.
According to security sources, the attack took place during a counter-terrorism operation in the Dicle neighborhood when a homemade explosive blew up.
Contract Awarded for Dicle University Security System Procurement (Type 1 Camera 70 Type 2 Camera 62, Blade Servers 5 Pieces and Data Storage System 1).
The final negotiations on the privatization of four electricity distributing companies - Toroslar, AyedaA, Van Golu and Dicle - took place on March 15, putting $3.
On the other hand, Turkerler Insaat won the tender for Vangolu Elektrik Dagitim AS with a bid of USD118m, while Iskaya Dogu OGG placed the highest offer of USD387m for Dicle Elektrik Dagitim AS, the privatisation agency said.
Vefa Kinis, Dicle Universitesi Tip Fakultesi, Kulak Burun Bogaz Hastaliklari Bolumu, Diyarbakir, Turkiye
42 (Spring 2010): Articles stemming from 2010 workshop, "Gender, Ethnicity, and the Nation-State: Anatolia and Its Neighboring Regions in the Twentieth Century," in an issue dedicated to sociologist and feminist activist Dicle Kogacioglu, who took her own life in 2009.