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Menderes

[ men-de-res ]
/ ˌmɛn dɛˈrɛs /
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Ad·nan [ahd-nahn], /ˈɑd nɑn/, 1899–1961, Turkish political leader: premier 1950–60.
Ancient Mae·an·der, Me·an·der [mee-an-der] /miˈæn dər/ . a river in western Asia Minor, flowing into the Aegean near Samos. 240 miles (385 km) long.
Ancient Scamander. a river in northwestern Asia Minor, flowing across the Trojan plain into the Dardanelles. 60 miles (97 km) long.
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British Dictionary definitions for Menderes

Menderes
/ (ˌmɛndɛˈrɛs) /

noun
a river in SW Turkey flowing southwest, then west to the Aegean. Length: about 386 km (240 miles)Ancient name: Maeander
a river in NW Turkey flowing west and northwest to the Dardanelles. Length: 104 km (65 miles)Ancient name: Scamander
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