Adapazari


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A•da•pa•za•ri

(ˌɑ dəˌpɑ zəˈri)

n.
a city in NW Turkey. 186,000.
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It covers Istanbul Asian side, Kocaeli and Adapazari hinterlands and well connected with major ports of the world, information on its website showed.
To illustrate, for Esref's Adapazari missions in the first years of the Republican era, the author develops the account mostly from the viewpoint of Esref and his household.
He explained that this technique can be successfully applied in various areas to take best decision like in public administration to develop evaluation criteria and assign ratings to vendors, to allocate the resources to their diverse activities in the Department of Defense in US, to determine the best relocation site for the earthquake devastated Turkish city Adapazari in 2001, British Airways used it in 1998 to choose the entertainment system vendor for its entire fleet of airplanes, Xerox Corporation has used the AHP to allocate close to a billion dollars to its research projects, the AHP has been used in student admissions, military personnel promotions and hiring decisions.
Liquefaction related building damage in Adapazari during the Turkey earthquake of August 17, 1999.
It will be produced at the company's Adapazari plant in Turkey, and mass production will be underway in late-2016 according to Turkey's Investment Support and Promotion Agency.
Environmental Accounting, DegisimYayinlari, Adapazari
Colour-coated coil is made at Louvroil in northern France, Shotton, and Adapazari, near Izmit in Turkey.
Two cities have limited navigable rivers like Bartin and Manavgat; there are cities with rivers some of which associated with rivers such as Adana, Adapazari, Agri, Amasya, Antakya, Ardahan, Bayburt, Canakkale, Carsamba, Ceyhan, Diyarbakir, Edirne, Elbistan, Eskisehir, Kars, Mersin, Osmaniye and Samsun.
Monitoring of lead, zinc, cadmium, nickel, chromium and copper in street dust samples in Adapazari, Turkey, after earthquake.
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.