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- proper noun A suborder of birds including the gulls; terns; jaegers; and skimmers.
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- noun The
national currencyof Georgia, divided into 100 tetri.
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- noun gulls; terns; jaegers; skimmers
- noun the basic unit of money in Georgia
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 The lari was the well-known hook money of the Persian Gulf.
The capital up for grabs—1.1 million lari, or about $660,000—is distributed by banks, but also guaranteed by the city government.
Normally when I put 50 lari worth of gasoline into my car, I get about half a tank.
On July 28th 2009, lari wrote: nick is really cute but he shouldnt have done that although its his life!!! dont ya think?
Earlier this week, I visited one of your affiliates in Tbilisi, paid for 50 lari of gas the price per liter did not seem ...
‘In Peer Munam Shah market located in Old Bus Stand of Kohat popularly known as purana lari ada, Taliban militants are running three shops and using these shops as their headquarter in Kohat,’ a source has said on condition of anonymity.
Belum cukup 2 bulan, Kuden dah lari 2000km. ihiks.
The population as a whole first felt the impact of the crisis on November 7 when the lari fell sharply against the dollar from 1.45 to 1.65.
Since October, increasing numbers of people have lost their jobs, property prices have plunged, banks have reduced lending, and the national currency, the lari, has depreciated sharply.
A refugee from the Russian-controlled breakaway province of Abkhasia, Zhvania now has to get by on a monthly welfare check of 11 lari ($7).