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  1. Anna Abashidze 1745 three children Darejan Dadiani 1750 twenty-three children Merged definitely Kartli with Kakheti after his father's death. His reign is regarded as the swan song of the Georgian monarchy.

  2. ABCS OF DEATH Kaare Andrews, Angela Bettis, Adrián García Bogliano, Bruno Forzani & Hélène Cattet, Ernesto Díaz Espinoza, Jason Eisener, Xavier Gens, Jorge Michel Grau, Lee Hardcastle, Noboru Iguchi, Thomas Cappelen Malling, Anders Morgenthaler, Yoshihiro Nishimura, Banjong Pisanthanakun, Simon Rumley, Marcel Sarmiento, Jon Schnepp, Srdjan Spasojevic, Timo Tjahjanto, Andrew Traucki, Nacho ...

  3. Installed as puppet king by his father-in-law Giorgi Abashidze, following the assassination of Simon I. Abdicated in favour of Abashidze, who became King George VI of Imereti, and returned to Guria where he continued ruling as Prince. Abdullah I: King of Iraq: Hashemite: 8 March 1920 1920 Proclaimed by the Congress of Iraq. Refused the position.

  4. Dali (also Daal or Dæl; Georgian: დალი) is a goddess from the mythology of the Georgian people of the Caucasus region. She is a hunting goddess who serves as the patron of hoofed wild mountain animals such as ibexes and deer.

  5. After Aslan Abashidze was ousted from power in 2004 as leader of Ajara, an autonomous Georgian region, Zhirinovsky worried that similar revolutions would occur in Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Highly critical of Georgia's pro-Western line, [71] he was an energetic supporter of the republic of Abkhazia that broke away from the Republic of Georgia.

  6. El lanzamiento de peso o de bala [1] es una prueba del atletismo moderno, que consiste en lanzar una bola sólida de acero a la máxima distancia posible.. La actual plusmarca mundial masculina es de 23.37 m, lograda por el estadounidense Ryan Crouser, el 18 de junio de 2021 y en la categoría femenina pertenece a Natalia Lisovskaya con una marca de 22.63 m desde el año 1987 Y en 1989 fue el ...

  7. Colour revolution (sometimes coloured revolution) is a term used since around 2004 by worldwide media to describe various anti-regime protest movements and accompanying (attempted or successful) changes of government that took place in post-Soviet Eurasia during the early 21st century—namely countries of the former Soviet Union, and the former Yugoslavia.