Tamara

(from the article `Georgia, flag of`) ...white and cherry (or carnelian) red (as well as black) for their flags. Most of these banners were carried by military forces or used by royalty, ... With the weakening of the Byzantine Empire in the 10th century, Georgia`s rulers achieved prosperity sufficient to allow a secular literature to .....
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Tamara

(from the article `Los Islands`) small archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean, off Conakry, the capital of Guinea, West Africa. They provide protection for the port of Conakry and include ...
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Tamara

Tamara is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Tamara

[given name] Tamara is a female given name most commonly derived from the Biblical name `Tamar`, meaning date palm tree. In countries like Georgia, Russia, Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia, Poland, and the Czech Republic it has been a common name for centuries. In Australia it was very popular from the 1960s to 1990s. In the United States, the nam...
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Tamara

Tamara is a Hebrew name for girls. The meaning is `date fruit, palm tree` The name Tamara is most commonly given to Walloon girls. (4 times more often than to American girls.) What do they use in other countries? Toma (Russian) Tamar (Georgian) Tamari Tam (Scottish) Tama Tamryn The name sounds like: Damara, Temira, Timora, Temora See also: Mara, Ta...
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Tamara

[play] Tamara is a play of 1981 by John Krizanc about the painter Tamara de Lempicka. The play is based on the historical meeting of Gabriele d`Annunzio and Lempicka, who was hoping to be commissioned by D`Annunzio to paint his portrait. He had invited her to his villa at Gardone Riviera, on the southwest shore of Lake Garda, a villa now kn...
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Tamara

The white variety is a new breed between Muller-Thurgau x Siegerrebe. The crossing was made ​​in 1948 by Dr. Hans Hans Breider (1908-2000) at the Bavarian State Research Center for Wine, fruit and horticulture in Wuerzburg. The variety was withdrawn in the meantime.
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