a river flowing from NE Turkey, through the Georgian Republic and Azerbaijan SE to the Caspian Sea. 950 miles (1,530 km) long.
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The lower part of the Kura valley assumes the character of a dry steppe, the rainfall not reaching 14 in.
This part of the building is covered on the outside with plaster in the manner of a Kura (godown) so as to be fire-proof.The Foundations of Japan | J.W. Robertson Scott
But he paid no heed to her, and went to seek his friend Kura to accompany him on his expedition.Finnish Legends for English Children | R. Eivind
The blind Raja had a family of one hundred sons, called the Kauravas from their ancestor, Kura.National Epics | Kate Milner Rabb
The steppes of the Kura are also fertile, but require artificial irrigation, especially for cotton.
British Dictionary definitions for Kura
a river in W Asia, rising in NE Turkey and flowing across Georgia and Azerbaijan to the Caspian Sea. Length: 1515 km (941 miles)
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