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Türkisch - Englisch
(Bilgisayar) sun

In most countries, with the exception of the Arab countries and Israel, Saturday and Sunday are defined as the weekend. - Birçok ülkede, Arap ülkeleri ve İsrail hariç genellikle Cumartesi ve Pazar, hafta sonu günleri olarak ilan edilmiştir.

You don't go to school on Sunday, do you? - Pazar günü okula gitmiyorsun, değil mi?

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Mexican writer whose essays, including The Labyrinth of Solitude (1950), and volumes of poetry, such as Sun Stone (1957), often explore the Mexican identity. He won the 1990 Nobel Prize for literature. La Paz Paz Estenssoro Víctor Paz Octavio
one of the Telrak families, consisting of the workers Members have topaz colored eyes
La Paz
The administrative capital of Bolivia
La Paz
The capital of the Mexican state of Baja California Sur
La Paz
the capital and largest city of Bolivia, in the Andes Mountains on the La Paz River. It is the highest capital in the world. City (pop., 2001: city, 789,558; metro. area, 1,476,721), administrative capital of Bolivia. Located in west-central Bolivia, it is the world's highest capital, built over 12,000 ft (3,650 m) above sea level. The city centre lies in a canyon formed by the La Paz River. Founded in 1548 by the Spanish on the site of an Inca village, it was originally called Nuestra Señora de La Paz ("Our Lady of Peace"). In 1835 it was renamed La Paz de Ayacucho to commemorate the decisive battle in the colony's wars of independence. Since 1898 it has been the administrative capital of Bolivia, though Sucre remains the judicial capital. It is Bolivia's principal industrial centre and also the site of the University of San Andrés (1830), the National Museum of Art, and the National Museum of Archaeology. City (pop., 2000: 162,954), capital of Baja California Sur state, northwestern Mexico. Situated on La Paz Bay of the Gulf of California, it is a popular resort and the largest urban centre in the state. The bay was discovered by the Spanish in 1596; the town was established in the early 1800s and served as the capital of Baja California (1828-87). When the peninsula was divided between the U.S. and Mexico (1887), La Paz became the capital of the Mexican region
La Paz
{i} capital city of Bolivia (Administrative)
Octavio Paz
(1914-1998), a Mexican poet and diplomat who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1990. born March 31, 1914, Mexico City, Mex. died April 19, 1998, Mexico City Mexican poet, writer, and diplomat. Educated at the University of Mexico, Paz published his first book of poetry, Savage Moon, in 1933. He later founded and edited several important literary reviews. Influenced in turn by Marxism, Surrealism, existentialism, Buddhism, and Hinduism, his poetry uses rich imagery in dealing with metaphysical questions, and his most prominent theme is the human ability to overcome existential solitude through erotic love and artistic creativity. His prose works include The Labyrinth of Solitude (1950), an influential essay on Mexican history and culture. He was Mexico's ambassador to India (1962-68). He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1990
Víctor Paz Estenssoro
born Oct. 2, 1907, Tarija, Bol. died June 7, 2001, Tarija President of Bolivia (1952-56, 1960-64, 1985-89). Originally an economics professor, he was elected to the Chamber of Deputies and then became president in 1952, when the National Revolutionary Movement (MNR), a left-wing organization that he helped found, seized power. He extended the vote to Indians, implemented agrarian reform, and expropriated three major tin companies. He was elected again in 1964 but was overthrown by a military coup the same year. He regained the presidency in 1985 and instituted a program of economic austerity that reduced the hyperinflation that had imperiled the Bolivian economy
la paz
city in western Bolivia and the administrative seat of Bolivia's government; largest city in Bolivia
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