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Sum·qay·it

 (so͝om′kī-ēt′) or Sum·ga·it (-gī-ēt′)
A city of eastern Azerbaijan on the Caspian Sea northeast of Baku. It is an industrial center.
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On September 6, Jesus Lepe will perform at the Gabala Culture Center, and on September 11, in the city of Sumgayit.
One of the French companies, Suez Group, is going to propose a contract for the operation and maintenance of wastewater in Sumgayit.
According to Oxu.Az, the contract was signed by SOCAR president Rovnag Abdullayev and chairman of the Italian company Fabricio di Amato.Ee"During the meeting held before the signing ceremony, it was noted that the construction of a new plant in the area of the Sumgayit chemical industrial park 30 km from Baku provide the start of a new stage in the development of Azerbaijan's petrochemical industry.Ee
BAKE[pounds sterling] (CyHAN)- A governor's office in the Azerbaijani city of Sumgayit has baked Europe's longest cake -- 52 meters long.
illegal possession of drugs, took place today in the Sumgayit City Court under the chairmanship of Agil Abbasov.
Vice Admiral Shahin Sultanov was born in Sumgayit on 08 August 1959.
We used molecular methods and population genetic analyses to study the effects of chronic contaminant exposure in marsh frogs from Sumgayit, Azerbaijan.
According to the other decree of the Minister, Head of Sumgayit Security Department Akif Alishanov has been dismissed from his position and has been appointed as Senior Assistant Chief of Staff for the Main Guarding department.
So far, Suezhas participated in several drinking water treatment projects in Baku and Sumgayit. Recently, Azersu JSC and the SuezGroup company signed an agreement on water management and water loss in the city of Sumgayit.
The commemoration of the Sumgayit tragedy by the French National Assembly ended in a clash between Armenians and