Adana

[n] - a city in southern Turkey on the Seyhan River
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Adana

Seyhan noun a city in southern Turkey on the Seyhan River
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Adana

(from the article `Adana`) ...the establishment of the Turkmen Ramazan dynasty in 1378. The Ramazan rulers retained control of local administration even after Adana was ... ...which eclipsed other military failures, was the conquest of Cilicia by the Hurrians. This great coastal plain to the south of the Taurus ... [2 related article...
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Adana

city, south-central Turkey, situated in the plain of Cilicia, on the Seyhan River (the ancient Sarus River). An agricultural and industrial centre ... [1 related articles]
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Adana

Spicy skewered ground meat, named after the southern city where it originated.
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Adana

[dance] Adana (Macedonian: Адана) is a traditional Macedonian Oro, folk dance, from the town of Veles. It is a man dance with medium fast movements. The dance in the beginning is danced with balancing and later when it in becomes faster is danced with jumping, kneeling down and turning around. The dancers in the beginning are holding s...
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Adana

[raga] Adana is an Indian raga. It is also called Adana kanada. It is often sang or played in drut laya after a vilambit composition in raga Darbari Kanada, as Adana is straighter than Darbari in its chalan, thus allowing faster passages. The flow of this raga is similar to a mix of Madhyamad Saranga with Darbari. Another common vivadi some...
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Adana

Adana (ä'dunä) , city (1990 pop. 931,555), capital of Adana prov., S Turkey, on the Seyhan River. The fourth largest city in Turkey, it is the commercial center of a farm region where cotton, grains, and fruits are grown. Manufactures include processed food, tobacco, cotton textiles, m...
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