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 (yäsh, yä′shē)
A city of northeast Romania north-northeast of Bucharest. It was the capital of the country until 1861 and temporarily during World War I.
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(Romanian ˈiaʃj)
(Placename) a city in NE Romania: capital of Moldavia (1565–1859); university (1860). Pop: 280 000 (2005 est). German name: Jassy
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(ˈyɑ si)

a city in NE Romania. 330,000.
Romanian, Iaşi.
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Ovidiu MITU -"Grigore T Popa" University of Medicine and Pharmacy--Iasi, Romania, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Medical Specialties (II), address: University street nr 16, Iasi, Romania; Sf.
Further, HRH, accompanied by the delegation, visited the city hall at the palace of culture and was received by the Mayor of Iasi, followed by a brief meeting with him during which the Princess accepted the title of Ambassador of Iasi.
Following the combination, Olimp Iasi will operate as Mareea Iasi, keeping its current location in the northeastern Iasi city, Usturoiu, who is also Mareeaa[euro](tm)s general director, said.
After 1945 he did not return to Iasi, and held various temporary positions in Bucharest, among them that of Professor of Mathematics and Mechanics at the Military Academy of Bucharest.
Hope International, based in Co Donegal, vowed to bring any money or materials directly to the cash-strapped hospital in Iasi.
Unfortunately, later, I found out from the media that there was a scandal involving him and some dissidents of Iasi. He invited me to speak at an event organized by University of Medicine and Pharmacy Iasi in his honor, where I presented one of his books, in 2009.
Ovidiu Alexinschi, ACAR programs coordinator, pointed out succinctly in his speech 10 years of activities by carrying out the recovery of more than 500 alcohol-related problems families and 10 clubs for alcoholics in territory development of a Rehabilitation Center Iasi or opening of a new rehabilitation center for women in Roman and future plans to extend the network of Clubs through the training of specialists in the forum methodological North-East in an internationally certified course with support from the European School of Alcohology, Institute "Socola" and foreign academic partners.
Its founder and primary physician manager was Alexandru Braescu, who set the foundations of modern psychiatric assistance, scientific research, and psychiatric education at the Faculty of Medicine in Iasi (1).