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  • proper noun Alternative spelling of Adjara.

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Examples

  • He also promised to reintegrate Georgia's then three Russian-backed separatist regions -- South Ossetia in the north and Abkhazia and Ajara in the West.

    Fighting Raises the Stakes

  • Mr. Pascual and other U.S. officials say Mr. Saakashvili's Ajara move may have emboldened him to take further risks.

    U.S. Ally Proves Volatile

  • Buoyed by the euphoria of the rose revolution, Mr. Saakashvili forced a showdown early in 2004 with Aslan Abashidze, the Moscow-backed ruler of Ajara, a breakaway province in southwestern Georgia.

    U.S. Ally Proves Volatile

  • One reason he overplayed his hand is that he got lucky the last time he had to deal with a breakaway region: Ajara, a tiny little strip of Black Sea coast in southern Georgia.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • Buoyed by the euphoria of the Rose revolution, he quickly squared off with the leader of Ajara, Aslan Abashidze.

    Fighting Raises the Stakes

  • Moscow actually behaved cooperatively in this instance and withdrew Russian forces from Ajara.

    Russia Blog

  • Saakashvili's success in Ajara, though, only served to whet his appetite for retaking Abkhazia and South Ossetia as well.

    Russia Blog

  • Although it did not formally assert independence, an ally of Moscow also ruled over Ajara with the support of Russian forces stationed there.

    Russia Blog

  • "The downfall of this regime will begin from Ajara," he declared on the pro-opposition TV channel Kavkasia on February 28.

    EurasiaNet

  • Previously wary of public protests, he also announced that his movement would start demonstrations in the Black Sea region of Ajara on March 10 and, possibly, participate in the April 9 opposition rallies.

    EurasiaNet

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