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n. (obsolete spelling of seed English)


Sede (also known as Sede Giyorgis) is a town in west-central Ethiopia. Located in the Misraq Gojjam Zone of the Amhara Region, it has a latitude and longitude of and an elevation of 2555 meters above sea level. It is one of three towns in Hulet Ej Enese woreda.

The town was organized in the 1930s. Sede features one high school (in 2007), one elementary school (established in 1959) and one clinic (tena tabia).

Based on figures from the Central Statistical Agency in 2005, this town has an estimated total population of 2,309, of whom 1,296 are men and 15,864 are women. The 1994 national census reported a total population for Sede of 1,345 in 408 households, of whom 533 were men and 812 were women. The majority of the inhabitants practiced Ethiopian Orthodox Christianity, with 94.6% reporting that as their religion, while 5.4% were Muslim.

Usage examples of "sede".

Longius sed tu fuge curiosus Caeteras laudes fuge suspicari, Caeteras culpas fuge velle tractas Sede tremenda.

Spe tremescentes recubant in illa Sede virtutes pariterque culpae, In sui Patris gremio, tremenda Sede Deique.

A volta para a sede da fazenda eu fazia praticamente a trote, sem me preocupar com o passeio.

Iuncatam con molte veste di bambasio de le quale ne erono il forcio di sede di diversi colori.

Allow me to give you an example: in the manors of East and West Enbourne, in Berkshire, a widow shall have her free-bench--her sedes libera, or in barbarous law Latin her francus bancus--in all her late husband's copyhold lands dum sola et casta fuerit.

E, dato che la California meridionale è la sede della metà degli appaltatori militari del paese, qui di roba da rubare ce n'è.