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- Abasha is a town in western Georgia with a population of 6,400. It is situated between the rivers of Abasha and Noghela, at 23m above sea level and is located some 283 km to the west of Tbilisi.
- The Abasha, also known as the Abashistskali or Abashatskari is a river in western Georgia, running for 66 km in the municipalities of Martvili and Abasha, Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti region. Its catchment area is 370 km².
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A Slice of Africa (2004)
Exotic West African Cuisines by Chidi Asika-Enahoro
Abasha is a derivative of cassava tubes which is peeled, boiled and cut into a variety of chip shapes (string-like, squares, thick etc) and sizes. It is prepared with palm oil; but can also be eaten by itself as dry chips without further preparation or ...
by Alexander Mikaberidze
In the meantime, Georgian central authorities had to deal with the increased activity of pro-Gamsakhurdia units in western Georgia, where Zviadist forces, commanded by Loti Kobalia, briefly took Senaki, Abasha, and Khobi, forcing official ...
Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911)
Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature, Enlarged and Improved
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Scrabble value of A1B3A1S1H4A1
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