Yesterday, crowds of people were marching all over the city with flags, chanting “Sakartvelo” - Mishka didn't understand what was going on. From Wordnik.com. [Tbilisi Reports on War] Reference
The real natives of that country call it Sakartvelo or use a an ancient name - Iveria, which emphasizes the fact that they are Iverians, the relatives of Basques in Spain, located on the Iberian Peninsula. From Wordnik.com. [Slimy Love Anytime. Dog Shit for W.] Reference
The broadcaster Sakartvelo even shot a three-episode documentary about the school and the course. From Wordnik.com. [Institute for War & Peace Reporting] Reference
(Bonus: The nation of Georgia is supposedly called so because its inhabitants revere St. George and feature his cross on their flag, though Georgians refer to themselves as Kartvelebi and their country as Sakartvelo.). From Wordnik.com. [mental_floss Blog] Reference
Sakartvelo kind obviously, not those of Atlanta and environs) and the Hungarians. From Wordnik.com. [WordPress.com News] Reference
The training workshop revealed many other mistakes we made when covering that war, "said Aleko Gabunia, a camera operator for TV company Sakartvelo. From Wordnik.com. [Institute for War & Peace Reporting] Reference
Sakartvelo on my mind. From Wordnik.com. [Ask MetaFilter] Reference
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