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 (gē-o͝om′rē, gyo͝om-rē′) or Ku·may·ri (ko͞o-mā′rē, -mā-rē′)
A city of northwest Armenia southwest of Tbilisi, Georgia. It was founded on the site of a Turkish fortress. From 1924 to 1990 the city was called Leninakan.
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For example, in 1946, Greve took time off from the Cleveland Clinic to join the staff of the Near East Foundation in Alexandropol, Armenia, overseeing an orphanage for 4500 children.