Synonyms for kviris or Related words with kviris

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Examples of "kviris"
In a poll run by Kviris Palitra, 63% of the 406 respondents believe that Saakashvili was involved in the preparation of the fake report, whilst 8.7% believe the President was uninvolved, with 28.3% indicating they were unsure.
Georgian Journal was a Georgian weekly newspaper published by the Kviris Palitra Publishers. It was one of the few newspapers in Georgia to be printed fully in English. As of December 29, 2015 the paper is no longer issued and has merged with Georgia Today. Georgian Journal functions only as an online news agency via its website.
In January 2006 a new party, Georgia's Way, was created. The movement is led by former Foreign Minister Salome Zourabichvili, and appears to be relatively popular. An opinion poll conducted by the Georgian weekly Kviris Palitra and published on April 10, 2006 suggested that Salome Zourabichvili would garner 23.1% of votes if a presidential election were held today. President Saakashvili ranked first with 33% - an all-time low for the Georgian President - whilst no other individual managed to surpass double-digit levels of support. Georgia's Way has said it intends to have candidates for all the seats in Georgia's upcoming local elections, with Zourabichvili hoping to become Tbilisi Mayor.
Although Zurabishvili enjoys some degree of reputation in Georgia she has not been able to establish herself in the political field. At the city council elections in Tbilisi on 5 October 2006 only 2.77% of the constituency voted for her party. Six months before an opinion poll conducted by the Georgian weekly "Kviris Palitra" suggested that she would garner 23.1% of the votes at presidential elections. Since October 2007, her party was part of the United Opposition alliance which nominated Zurabishvili as a Prospective Prime Minister in case of their candidate Levan Gachechiladze's victory in the January 2008 presidential election.
In 2010 there were 502 registered newspapers in Georgia: 376 national ones (registered with the Department of Statistics in Tbilisi) and 126 regional ones. Of these, only 28 Tbilisi-based and 61 peripheral ones had regular publications. 24 Saati (24 Hours) and Rezonansi (Resonance) are the most well-reputed. Other press outlets include the dailies Alia, Akhali Taoba, Sakartvelos Respublika, Mtavari Gazeti, Versia and Asaval-Dasavali (with different professional standards) as well as the best-seller weekly Kviris Palitra. Most newspapers are based in the capital and Tbilisi-based news outlets are also distributed in the peripheral regions.
Beridze was born in Tbilisi (Georgia). His mother, Manana Begiashvili, was a journalist who influenced him to write and bought him his first piano. He earned degrees in both international journalism at Tbilisi State University and Piano Performance from Tbilisi State Conservatoire.His teacher was Edisher Rusishvili. He is the author of over 500 articles as a music correspondent for Kviris Palitra, a Georgian newspaper, and interviewed famous performers and conductors, such as Mstislav Rostropovich, Maxim Vengerov, Yuri Bashmet, and Genadi Rojdestvensky. He came to America in 2004 at the invitation of Vladimir Feltsman following his first prize award at the Jacob Flier Competition. He studied with Feltsman at the Mannes College The New School for Music. At Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, he was awarded a Doctorate of Musical Arts.