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Ti·sza

 (tĭs′ô) also Ti·sa (tē′sə)
A river of central Europe rising in the Carpathian Mountains in the western Ukraine and flowing about 995 km (620 mi) generally southward across eastern Hungary and northern Serbia to the Danube River.
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Tisza

(Hungarian ˈtisɔ)
n
(Placename) a river in S central Europe, rising in W Ukraine and flowing west, forming part of the border between Ukraine and Romania, then southwest across Hungary into Serbia to join the Danube north of Belgrade. Slavonic and Romanian name: Tisa
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Ti•sza

(ˈtɪs ɔ)

n.
a river in S central Europe, flowing from the Carpathian Mountains through E Hungary and NE Yugoslavia into the Danube N of Belgrade. 800 mi. (1290 km) long.
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They are Reuben Mambei, Linah Kiprop, Lily Too, Daniel Kiplimo, Francis Kiptalam, Keitany Kipkirui and Priscilla Tisia.
An army unit targets a gathering of terrorists and their vehicles in Tisia town in the southeastern countryside of the southern Daraa province.
Summary: TISIA, Syria: Under rainless clouds covering Syria's strategic Hauran plateau, gravedigger Khalil al-Meqdad toils for 12 hours a day to feed his eight children.
The other signees include Valerie Meyer, a 5-7 guard from Clackamas High School who was a first-team all-Three Rivers Conference; Nicole Morgan, another 5-7 guard from Port Angeles (Wash.) High School; Danielle Thompson-Rodgers, a 6-0 post from Ashland High School; and Willamette University transfer Tisia Reynolds, a guard who graduated from Willamette High School in 2005.
Other army units eliminated many terrorists in Mzairib, Tisia, al-Jabiye hills, al-Hara, Antar, and al-Alaqiya in Daraa countryside, in addition to destroying one of their weapons and ammo depots near the town of Maaraba in the province's eastern countryside.
6, Tisia Reynolds, Wil, 12.90; 7, Malina Wiebe, SE, 12.90.
Tisia Reynolds of Willamette won the 100 in 12.9 and also captured the 200.
Abby Cole won three events and Amanda Draper and Tisia Reynolds each won two events to lead Willamette to an 82-58 dual-meet victory over visiting Lebanon in girls track and field.
Stephanie Stephens and Emily Gray worked inside for 16 and 13 points, respectively, but only three other Wolverines scored - a three-point bank shot by Elise Gray and transition baskets by Tisia Reynolds and Shantele McGee.