Jassy


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Jassy

(ˈjasi)
n
(Placename) the German name for Iaşi

Jas•sy

(ˈyɑ si)

n.
a city in NE Romania. 330,000.
Romanian, Iaşi.
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CUTLINE: (1) Jassy and Tom Bratko (2) Fred, Joanna, Whitney and Zika Mikkelsen, with chicks Honey Pie and Dot Dot, at their house in West Boylston.
Mais tout en etant <<faible en maths>>, il a du se contenter d'aller a Jassy, une ville plus proche, mais moins attractive que la Capitale, a laquelle il revait depuis le lycee.
In his chilling book, Kaputt, the Italian journalist, Curzio Malaparte, an eyewitness to the pogrom in Jassy, where Romanians killed several thousand Jews, wrote: The road was crowded with people--squads of soldiers and policemen, groups of men and women, bands of gypsies with their hair in long ringlets, were gaily and noisily chattering with one another, as they despoiled the corpses, lifting them, rolling them over, turning them on their sides to draw off their coats, their trousers, and their underclothes; feet were rammed against dead bellies to help pull off the shoes; people came running to share in the loot; others made off with arms piled high with clothing.
[4] From Jassy, Rumania to Buenos Aires, Fondane traveled from one end to the other of the extended artistic empire of Paris.
It was revealed during AWS CEO Andy Jassy's keynote at its annual re:Invent conference in Las Vegas.
"It can pick out an image you ask for, of a woman, a car, a steering wheel and from that can search for images of women driving a car," said AWS chief executive Andy Jassy about the new service.
Medical-surgical journal of the Society of Physicians and Naturalists, Jassy 113: 680-684.
But Andy Jassy, who founded and now leads Amazon Web Services, says one experience deeply informed the other.
AWS chief Andy Jassy was heavily critical of the profit
Equivalent mechanical system for the study upon the problem of vibration control, Bulletin of the Politechnic Institute of Jassy, Tom LIV(LVIII), Fasc.1, Section Machine Construction, pp.265-270, ISSN1011-2855
Manger's biography, as he rendered it to critics and to readers, seemed to position him as the perfect expositor of the people's contemporary poetic voice: born with the century, in 1900, he was an Eastern European immigrant in reverse: the son of a Berlin tailor, he imbibed the latest in Western culture at his father's bench before moving to Jassy, Romania, with the outbreak of World War I.