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|Varşova||Warsaw [Poland]||Varşova Paktı -- The Warsaw Pact or The Warsaw Treaty Organization (WTO). The Soviet Union's answer to NATO during the 'Cold War' years...|
|vatan (vatandaş)||one's native country (citizen, fellow citizen)||vatandaşlık citizenship
[a motto, frequently displayed publically in Turkey]
Italian Venezia [major port city in Italy]
|...is capital of both the provincia of Venezia and the regione of Veneto, northern Italy. An island city, it was once the centre of a maritime republic. It was the greatest seaport in late medieval Europe and the continent's commercial and cultural link with Asia.66|
|vergi(ler)||tax(es)||varlık vergisi -- luxury tax |
|vesayet rejimi||trusteeship system||...is a type of government mandated by the United Nations. It became essentially obsolete by the 1990s because of the independence of most former trusteeships. They were originally established on the principle that colonial territories taken from defeated enemies should not be given to any victorious nation. Instead, they would be governed by mandatory (or trust) power under international supervision until determining their future disposition.66|
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|...is the volcano in southwestern Italy on the Mediterranean coast which erupted in 79 AD and buried Pompeii; last erupted in 1944.136|
|Vietnam (Vietnamlı, Vietnamca)||Vietnam (a Vietnamese person/thing, the Vietnamese language)|
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