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Medeo

 

the largest winter athletic complex in the world with artificial ice. Medeo is located near Alma Ata, in the Zailiiskii Alatau Mountains at an elevation of 1,691 m above sea level. Medeo was opened in 1951. From 1951 to 1970, 47 world speed skating records were set in the Medeo rink. After the reconstruction of the complex in 1970-72, the artificial ice tracks and rinks at Medeo covered 10,500 sq m (the capacity of the coolers is 5 million kilocalories per hour); Medeo has a 12,500-seat stadium, a skating area for 1,000 persons, and other facilities. Training sessions and competitions in speed skating, figure skating, and bandy are conducted at Medeo.

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The Egyptians' own name for their writing system, medew netjer, "divine words," is shown below.
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These classifications were based on the European misinterpretation of the Medew Netcher word Kheset- [?
The distinction between the Nubians and the Kemites can only be made by reading the names of each group in Medew Netcher separating them.
It is well known by those who are capable of reading and writing the ancient language of the Nile Valley called Medew Netcher or "Divine Speech" that the ancient Egyptians did not call themselves Egyptians.
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The Sebayet Tradition is the African theory and practice of wise instruction whereby the wise elder, in the way of Ptah Hotep, imparts knowledge and the ways of medew nefer (good speech) to the youth because "no one is born wise.
Their language was called, Medew Netcher or "divine speech," which cultivated wisdom, ethical, and profound transmission of traditions and culture (Jehewty, 1995, 1999).