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West Georgians Left a Legacy in Cowboy Culture

Georgia-barbale-imnadze

They were first-class horsemen from humble roots who left what was then a far-flung corner of the Russian Empire more than a century ago to perform in the United States. Their influence on Western riding culture has proved enduring. A new book by author and documentary film-maker Irakli Makharadze chronicles …

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New Zealand Beat Australia to Retain Rugby World Cup

Rugby World Cup

New Zealand became the first team to retain the World Cup after they held off a fierce Australian comeback to win a thrilling final at Twickenham. Wonderful tries by Nehe Milner-Skudder and Ma’a Nonu gave the All Blacks a 21-3 lead before David Pocock and Tevita Kuridrani cut the gap …

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On Georgia’s Pharmaceutical Market, 70% are Generic Drugs

Valeri Kvaratskelia

Pharmaceutical companies did bring Generic drugs before, and will bring in future as well, If we had only original and brandy medicines on our market, prices would be much more expensive, some countries banned original drugs and oriented on Generic drugs by doing so they decreased the expenses. Generics have …

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Clean World celebrates 10TH anniversary!

Clean World celebrates 10TH anniversary!

On October 31, Clean World celebrates 10TH anniversary! The company dedicates this celebration to it’s employees. Event was divided into two parts: In the first part the employees of the company were entertained by the Bubble Football Federation of Georgia. Employees were divided into teams and competed with each other …

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20 Photos that Show How Insanely Crowded China has Become

China Population

China has reportedly dropped its long-standing one-child policy, which was first enacted decades ago in an effort to curb overpopulation. China’s population was approaching 1 billion when it enforced its one-child-per-family policy in the late 1970s. Exceptions were only made in the cases of ethnic minorities and rural couples, who were …

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