American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southwest Georgia on the Black Sea near the Turkish border. On the site of an ancient Greek colony, it is an important petroleum refining and shipping center. Population: 121,000.
“In order to help this category of population League of Care of Invalids established clinics Infra-Life in Batumi, March 2005. (www. infralife.kz) presented category of population has diagnosis and medical treatment course free of charge.”
“Russia captured Batumi from the Ottoman Empire during the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-1878.”
“This is what happened, according to those I talked to in Batumi and later in Tbilisi:”
“According to reports, this statement was later retracted and the Dallas instead unloaded its aid supplies in Batumi.”
“The movement has 160 members from Tbilisi and 20 from Batumi.”
“Mr. Trump believes that the Batumi market is ready for a five-star, world-class, signature Trump property," said Michael Cohen , special counsel to Mr. Trump.”
“Mikhail Saakashvili, president of the Republic of Georgia, is expected to appear with Mr. Trump in New York on Thursday as Mr. Trump inks an agreement to license his brand for a residential project of more than 100 units to be built by Silk Road Group in the Black Sea resort town of Batumi.”
“For example, the game Jobava - Shengelia, Batumi 2002, continued: 14.”
“During the Soviet period, Batumi was the end of the line, only 15 kilometers before a closed border with Turkey, But now, neutrality pays off for Georgia.”
“To further attract attention, Batumi sponsored concerts in recent weeks by Sting, the British rocker, and by Enrique Iglesias, the Spanish pop singer.”
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