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Ethiopia


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    • Ėfiopii͡a
    • Abyssinia
    • Abisynja
    • Etiopie
    • Etiopia
    • Etʻovpia
    • Federazione etiopica
    • Avēssynia
    • Hạbashah
    • Äthiopien
    • Provisional Military Government of Socialist Ethiopia
    • Abissinii͡a
    • Etyopiyah
    • Etyopyah
    • Etiyopiyah
    • Etiyopyah
    • Ḥabash
    • People's Democratic Republic of Ethiopia
    • ʼItyoṗyā
    • YaʼItyoṗyā ne. na. mangeśt
    • YaʼItyoṗyā neguśa nagaśt mangeśt
    • Imperial Ethiopian Government
    • YaH̲ebratasabʼāwit ʼItyoṗyā gizéyāwi watādarāwi mangeśt
    • Provisional Military Government of Ethiopia
    • Empire of Ethiopia
    • YaʼItyoṗyā ḥezbāwi dimokrāsiyāwi ripublik
    • Abissinia
    • YaʼItyop̣ya yašegeger mangeśt
    • Transitional Government of Ethiopia
    • Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia
    • YeĪtyopʼiya Fēdēralawī Dēmokrasīyawī Rīpeblīk
    • YaʼItyopyā mangeśt
    • Ityop
    • Motumā céhumsa ʼItyopyā
    • ʼIḤeDeRi
    • Abesiniye
    • Abesinija
    • Eṭiopiye
    • Gouvernement impérial d'Éthiopie
    • Éthiopie
    • Aethiopia
    • Ityopp'ya
    • Ye-Ityopp'ya Federalawi Dimokrasiyawi Ripeblik
    • République fédérale démocratique d'Éthiopie
    • Ityop'iya Federalawi Demokrasiyawi Ripeblik
    • Abessinien
    • Demokratische Bundesrepublik Äthiopien
    • Repubblica democratica federale d'Etiopia
    • República Democrática Federal de Etiopía
    • Abisinia
    • Alta Ætiopia
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    • found: Transport and communications statistics (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia). Transport and communications statistics, 1980:t.p. (The Provisional Military Government of Socialist Ethiopia) Mar. 1988: t.p. (The People's Democratic Republic of Ethiopia)
    • found: Aleksandrov, B. A. Abissinii͡a, t.p.(Abissinii͡a)
    • found: Ṿaldman, M. Yehude Etyopiyah, 1985.
    • found: Even-Shoshan, A. ha-Milon he-ḥadash, 1969:under Kushi (Etyopiyah [voc.])
    • found: ha-Entsiḳlopedyah ha-ʻIvrit, 1949(Etiyopiyah [voc.], see Ḥabash) suppl. v. 2 (Etyopiyah [voc.])
    • found: Alcalay, R. Milon ʻIvri-Angli shalem, 1964(Etiyopyah [voc.])
    • found: ʼItyoṗyā, ʻāmatāwi yastātistiks maṣḥét, 1965:t.p. (ʼItyoṗyā; YaʼItyoṗyā ne. na. [i.e. neguśa nagaśt] mangeśt; Imperial Ethiopian Government); 1975: t.p. (BaH̲ebratasabʼāwit ʼItyoṗyā gizéyāwi watādarāwi mangeśt ... by Provisional Military Government of Socialist Ethiopia)
    • found: Advance report on the 1972-73 rural survey of cottage and handicraft industries, 1975:t.p. (Provisional Military Government of Ethiopia)
    • found: Its Pārlāmént. YaMeker bétoč zénā, H̲edār 1956 ʻĀ.M., i.e. 1963:t.p. (Empire of Ethiopia)
    • found: Statistical bulletin (Ethiopia. YaMāʻekalāwi stātistiks bālaśelṭān). Statistical bulletin, 66 (1988), surrogate:t.p. (BaʼItyoṗyā ḥezbāwi dimokrāsiyāwi ripublik ... the People's Democratic Republic of Ethiopia)
    • found: Pierelli, W. Le mie tre guerre in Africa orientale, 1987-:v. 1, t.p. (Abissinia)
    • found: Children and women in Ethiopia, 1993:t.p. (Transitional Government of Ethiopia; YaʼItyop̣ya yašegeger mangeśt)
    • found: Agricultural sample survey, 1994/95 (1987 E.C.), 1995- :v. 2, t.p. (Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia)
    • found: Foreign names information bulletin, no. 12(Ethiopia [Short form], Federal Democratic Republic of [conventional]; YeĪtyopʼiya [Short form] Fēdēralawī Dēmokrasīyawī Rīpeblīk [Amharic])
    • found: BaItyopyā mangéstenā baYunisef ʼe.ʼé.ʼa. ka1994-1999, selamikāhédaw ʼagarawi ... 1994.
    • found: The statesman's year-book, 1995-1996:p. 526 (Ethiopia; Ityop)
    • found: Biftu, 1984 [1992]:t.p. (Motumā céhumsa ʼItyopyā)
    • found: ʼItyoṗyā, 1980 i.e. 1987:t.p. (ʼIḤeDeRi)
    • found: Melamed. H. Abesiniye, 1935:t.p. (Eṭiopiye) p. [1] of cover (Abesinija [in rom.])
    • found: La civilisation de l'Italie fasciste en Ethiopie, 1938:p. facing t.p. (Gouvernement impérial d'Éthiopie)
    • found: De Abassinorum rebus, déque Aethiopiae Patriarchis Ioanne Nonio Barreto, & Andrea Oviedo, libri tres, 1615.
    • found: Wikipedia, July 15, 2006(Ethiopia, officially the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia (Amharic Ityopp'ya [in rom.]); ye-Ityopp'ya Federalawi Dimokrasiyawi Ripeblik [in rom.]) French version (L'Éthiopie; République fédérale démocratique d'Éthiopie, Ityop'iya Federalawi Demokrasiyawi Ripeblik [in rom.]) German version (Äthiopien; Ityop'ya [in rom.]; Abessinien; Yeityop'iya Federalawi Demokrasiyawi Ripeblik [in rom.]; Demokratische Bundesrepublik Äthiopien) Italian versio (Etiopia; La Repubblica Democratica Federale d'Etiopia; Abissinia) Spanish version (Etiopía; La República Democrática Federal de Etiopía; Abisinia; Alta Ætiopia)
    • found: Wikipedia, viewed 28 March 2018(Ethiopia; capital: Addis Ababa; invaded by Fascist Italy in early October 1935; British Empire and Ethiopian combined forces restored sovereignty of Ethiopia in the course of the East African Campaign in 1941) ; under Anglo-Ethiopian Agreement (after the return of Ethiopian emperor Haile Selassie to the throne, an interim Anglo-Ethiopian agreement was signed 31 January 1942, confirming Ethiopia's status as a sovereign state, although the Ogaden region, the border regions with French Somaliland (known as the "Reserved Areas"), the Addis Ababa-Djibouti railroad, and the Haud, would remain temporarily under British control)
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