Abai


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Abai

 

(until 1961, the settlement Churubai-Nura), city in Karaganda Oblast, Kazakh SSR, with a population of 32,000 (1968). Abai is at the Karabas railroad station, which lies 30 km southwest of Karaganda on the Tselinograd-Alma-Ata line. The city’s industries include woodworking, house building, and the mining of coal and limestone. The site of the Karaganda State Regional Electric Power Plant, Abai has a mining school and an evening school for power engineering. The city was named in honor of Abai Kunanbaev.

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In particular, the monuments dedicated to historical figures, a great poet, educator and founder of Kazakh written literature Abai Kunanbaev (1845-1904) and to the khans Kerey and Zhanibek are supposed to be the articulation of national narrative.
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Apparently, the most intellectual of the Kazakh tribes hailed from the northeast, and the giants of Kazakh literature and philosophy, born in awls (nomadic villages) near Semey, were educated in the small city: the national poet Abai Kunanbaev, the philosopher Shakarim Kudaiberdiev (executed during the Stalinist repression of the 1930s but since rehabilitated), and the father of Kazakh literature, Mukhtar Auezov.
Moscow boasts Occupy Abai, which is modeled on the Occupy Wall Street movement in the United States (and located on a boulevard next to a statue of Kazakh poet Abai Kunanbaev, whose work has gone from regional obscurity to one of the top Russian Internet downloads in a month).
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De ellos define su naturaleza y valor segun su posicion y con ellos entra en cinco textos que son: Wakabaki, cocido de res; koko'i waki, carne con chile, ainam tajkaim, tortillas de harina; koko'i nojim; tamales de carne con chile, y, abai nojim, tamales de elote.
Entretanto, esses valores estao bem abai xo do tempo preconizado pelo SUS, na Portaria no 1.
On our Abai wildlife outing, a wooden boat nosed through fetid mangrove swamps which are home to 10,000 Probiscis monkeys, comically ugly with their Buddha-like bellies and pendulous noses.
Comically ugly On our Abai wildlife outing, a wooden boat nosed through fetid mangrove swamps which is home to 10,000 probiscus monkeys, comically ugly with their buddha-like bellies and pendulous noses.
The current study was presented as a poster at the ABAI conference in Oslo in 2009.
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