Erevan


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E·re·van

 (yĕ′rə-vän′)
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Erevan

(Russian jɪrɪˈvan)
n
(Placename) a variant spelling of Yerevan
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The ambassador of Tajikistan to Russia Imomuddin Sattorov visited Erevan on a working visit on June 11, said Tajik Foreign Ministry.
Jhinaoui had met, on January 21 in Paris, with the Rwandan S-G who had been elected by acclamation by heads of states and prime ministers who convened at the XVIIth La Francophonie Summit last October in Erevan (Armenia).
In the wake of the vote, people took to the streets of Armenia's capital Erevan to hold a rally.
He visited vineyards and production facilities in Odessa, Kishinev, Simferopol', Yalta, Tbilisi, Erevan, and Baku but also churches and museums in Moscow, Leningrad, and Kiev and far-flung sites such as the Bratsk Hydroelectric Dam in Eastern Siberia and the mosques of Tashkent and Samarkand.
O primeiro, assinado por Roberto Gonzalez Echevarria (Yale University), nos introduz em um fascinante exercicio hermeneutico, chamando a atencao para as mas traducoes de um trecho-chave do celebre relato de Jorge Luis Borges, "O Aleph", enquanto o segundo, de Hasmik Baghdasarian (Universidade Estatal de Erevan), estuda alguns procedimentos para a traducao dos refraes e dos proverbios, pequenas joias da cultura popular.
Past winners include Madrid (2001), Alexandria (2002), New Delhi (2003), Anvers (2004), Montreal (2005), Turin (2006), Bogota (2007), Amsterdam(2008), Beirut (2009), Ljubljana (2010), Buenos Aires (2011), Erevan (2012), Bangkok (2013), Port Harcourt (2014), Incheon (2015), Wroclaw (2016).
(6.) La ricezione delle opere di Carlo Levi in Unione Sovietica si compie in deciso ritardo rispetto agli Stati Uniti e prende avvio a ridosso del viaggio del 1955 a Mosca ed Erevan. In quell 'anno si colloca infatti Ia prima traduzione in russo di Cristo si efermata a Eboli.
Bakou (capitale de l'Azerbaidjan) et Erevan (capitale de l'Armenie) iront-elles jusqu'a commettre l'irreparable ?