AVARS


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AVARSAircraft Vertical Acceleration Reporting System
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The Avars were one of many mainly Turkic-speaking peoples who fell on the already settled lands west of the steppe and settled there themselves.6 They arrived in the mid-sixth century, following the Sarmatians.
The Vipers wasted a second powerplay chance when Avars Gaisins became the second Stingray to be penalised for hooking and then had to kill a minor penalty and 50 seconds of another one to maintain the parity between the two teams at the first break.
In the first case he makes no reference to the fact that for nearly a thousand years--approximately AD 400-1300--the fate of the Eurasian agricultural civilisations was in the hands of pastoral nomads of the steppes and deserts: Huns, Avars, Magyars and, lastly and most significantly, Mongols.
During his forty-six-year reign he undertook military offensives against the Aquitaines, Avars, Bavarians, Bretons, Danes, Lombards, Saracens, Saxons, and Slavs, and created an empire spanning the Saale and Elbe rivers to the Atlantic, and the North Sea to the Pyrenees and the Mediterranean.
More than 500,000 Karachai, Chechens, Ingush, and Balkars, and in less numbers Kumyks, Laks, and Avars, were deported to Siberia and Central Asia.
Bulgarians, Russians, Pechenegs, Avars, Seljuk Turks, and many others attacked the empire and the queen of cities, and Byzantium saw its share of internal revolts and coups d' etat as well.
Una serie de AVARs revelo la presencia de diferencias estadisticamente significativas entre los grupos en el nivel de afecto positivo ([F.sub.(2,156)]= 6,3; p<.01), la intensidad emocional positiva (F(2,157)= 21,0; p<.01) y la satisfaccion con la vida (F(2,157)= 7,5; p<.01).
Although it was spared the worst of the Germanic invasions that engulfed Western Europe in the fourth and fifth centuries--pulverizing cities, culture, and literacy--serious threats soon materialized from Persians, Avars, and Slavs to the north and east.
They consisted of various Indo European tribes such as Scythians, Sarmatians, Alans, Huns, Avars and Thracians most of which were influenced by the rich Persian (Iranian) culture.