Definitions

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  • proper noun a town in Armenia
  • proper noun a river in Armenia

Etymologies

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From Armenian Հրազդան (Hrazdan).

Examples

  • Like most road trips in Armenia, this one began by leaving early in the morning in a stuffy mini-bus to the town of Hrazdan, which is famous for its cement factory yes, it’s as beautiful as it sounds.

    Kyle’s Journey in Armenia » Blog Archive » Spelling Bees, Cinco de Mayo, and COS - an easy week

  • Armeniasoil pollution from toxic chemicals such as DDT; the energy crisis of the 1990s led to deforestation when citizens scavenged for firewood; pollution of Hrazdan (Razdan) and Aras Rivers; the draining of Sevana Lich (Lake Sevan), a result of its use as a source for hydropower, threatens drinking water supplies; restart of Metsamor nuclear power plant in spite of its location in a seismically active zone

    Environment-current issues

  • Environment—current issues: soil pollution from toxic chemicals such as DDT; the energy crisis of the 1990s led to deforestation when citizens scavenged for firewood; pollution of Hrazdan (Razdan) and Aras Rivers; the draining of Sevana Lich (Lake Sevan), a result of its use as a source for hydropower, threatens drinking water supplies; restart of Metsamor nuclear power plant in spite of its location in a seismically active zone

    Armenia

  • I have seen that tunnels exist for instance to cross from one side of the Hrazdan gorge to the other near the Kievyan Bridge--I'm assuming a bridge across the river was to have been built to connect the tunnels--and then a metro station was to have been built at the intersection of Abeyan and Halabyan streets.

    An Armenian Blog About Life in Armenia

  • Environment - current issues: soil pollution from toxic chemicals such as DDT; the energy crisis of the 1990s led to deforestation when citizens scavenged for firewood; pollution of Hrazdan (Razdan) and Aras Rivers; the draining of Sevana Lich (Lake Sevan), a result of its use as a source for hydropower, threatens drinking water supplies; restart of

    The 2004 CIA World Factbook

  • Azerbaijan, has led to deforestation when citizens scavenged for firewood; pollution of Hrazdan (Razdan) and Aras Rivers; the draining of Sevana Lich (Lake Sevan), a result of its use as a source for hydropower, threatens drinking water supplies; restart of

    The 2001 CIA World Factbook

  • Environment: current issues: soil pollution from toxic chemicals such as DDT; energy blockade, the result of conflict with Azerbaijan, has led to deforestation as citizens scavenge for firewood; pollution of Hrazdan (Razdan) and Aras

    The 1994 CIA World Factbook

  • Environment: current issues: soil pollution from toxic chemicals such as DDT; energy blockade, the result of conflict with Azerbaijan, has led to deforestation as citizens scavenge for firewood; pollution of Hrazdan

    The 1995 CIA World Factbook

  • Azerbaijan, has led to deforestation when citizens scavenged for firewood; pollution of Hrazdan (Razdan) and Aras Rivers; the draining of Sevana Lich (Lake Sevan), a result of its use as a source for hydropower, threatens drinking water supplies; restart of

    The 1999 CIA Factbook

  • Armenia soil pollution from toxic chemicals such as DDT; the energy crisis of the 1990s led to deforestation when citizens scavenged for firewood; pollution of Hrazdan (Razdan) and Aras Rivers; the draining of Sevana Lich (Lake Sevan), a result of its use as a source for hydropower, threatens drinking water supplies; restart of

    The 2004 CIA World Factbook

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