Dossor

Dossor

 

an urban-type settlement, administrative center of the Makat Raion, Gur’ev Oblast, Kazakh SSR. Population, 8,000 (1970). Dossor is the site of a railway station on the Gur’ev-Kandagach (Oktiabr’sk) line 95 km northeast of Gur’ev. The settlement was one of the first oil-producing centers in the Emba oil region—oil was discovered there in 1911. It has an automobile repair plant.

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Today, a Facebook group - Keep Park Road Baths Open - has been set up, and campaigner Lucy Dossor says: "Kitty Wilkinson would surely be turning in her grave to hear that Liverpool council is prioritising glamorous capital projects over the future of a much-needed facility for health in an area that is sorely lacking in community resources.
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At Dossor Northwest prospect in Western Block E, Kazakhstan, Max Petroleum (MXP) confirmed it was targeting unrisked mean resources of seven million barrels of oil as it started drilling of exploration well DOSNW-1.
EVENT: Max Petroleum (MXP) announced that it has commenced drilling the DOSNW-1 exploration well on the Dossor North West prospect on Block E using Zhanros Drilling's ZJ-20 rig.
The pairing of Steve Middleton and Paul Dossor finished in third with 32 net narrowly beating the duo of Petter Nyberg and Eric Jansen on count back.
Alan Dossor, former Everyman artistic director, April 28, 1972 There they are, acting in a play about an ordinary bloke called Bert who gets left behind in Liverpool when The Beatles make it and, because four of them play four Beatles, it's a case of Beatlemania all over again.
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