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Abadan is a town located near Aşgabat in the Ahal Province of Turkmenistan. It was founded in 1963. It was named Büzmeýin until October 2002 when its name was changed by Turkmenistan's president Saparmurat Niyazov. The traditional Russian name of the town is Bezmein. The town's current mayor, Orazmyrat Garajaýew, was one of the approved candidates for the 2007 presidential election. There are about 50000 people living in Abadan. There is a power plant where the former president of Turkmenistan Saparmyrat Niyazov used to work.


"Abadan" is a book by Norman Kemp.

  • also known as "Abadan; a first-hand account of the Persian oil crisis"


"Abadan" is a 2003 drama film by the Iranian filmmaker Mani Haghighi. It was his first feature film after making a few short films. Because the film was not pre-approved by Iran's Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance and because it included profanity and spoken references to extramarital relations, it bypassed Tehran's 2003 Fajr International Film Festival and had its world premier in Chicago at the 2003 Festival of Films from Iran. It was also shown at the 2004 Tribeca Film Festival.

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Google previewA Love Affair (2015)

An Essay on Life, Love, and Being Together by Richey Novak, PH.D.

Abadan is a large city of perhaps 1 million or more people and is located at the top of the Persian Gulf. It's about a 15 minutes flight across the Gulf from Kuwait, and for almost a century it has had perhaps the largest oil refining plant in Iran, ...

Google previewThe Last Centurion (2008)

by John Ringo

Abadan is a city that sits on the Shat Al Arab, the confluence of the Tigris and Euphrates, and is right on the border with Iraq. For a lot of reasons, (security) we used Abadan rather than Bandar Shapur or Bandar Abbas for our prime logistics ...

Google previewNecessary Extremes (2007)

by David M. Salkin

Abadan is a deepwater port for tankers—it would make sense to load it on a large tanker or freighter there. They'd go through the Persian Gulf, hook around the Indian Ocean and right through the Red Sea, through the canal to Israel. It makes ...

Google previewAmerican Airpower Comes of Age: General Henry H. "Hap" Arnold's World War II Diaries, Volume 1

Abadan is a city, Khuzestan province, southwest Iran. Although the two airfields are only about 30 miles apart, Colonel Smart recalls it as having been an “ unpleasant and embarrassing experience”; not only did they land at the wrong airport ...

Google previewThe Arthurian Name Dictionary (2013)

by Christopher W. Bruce

Abadan. A heathen knight slain by Arthur's Sir Lucan at the first battle of Carhaix. [Arthour] ...

Google previewAbbreviations Dictionary, Tenth Edition (2001)

by Dean A. Stahl, Karen Landen

Ipiranga Ypiranga Iran-Contra 1980s political scandal involving the sale of weapons of Iran to fund Nicaraguan insurrection Iranian Ports Khorramshahr, Abadan, Bandar-e-Mahshahr, Bandar-e-Shapur, Kharg Island Terminal, Bandar Abbas ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Islam (2009)

by Ludwig W. Adamec

Women Abadan ...

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Scrabble value of A1B3A1D2A1N1

The value of this 6-letter word is 9 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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