Ajka


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Ajka

 

a town in Hungary, in the megyék (county) of Vesz-prém, in the Bakony Mountains. Ajka has a population of 21,000 inhabitants (1967). Its industry includes an aluminum combine, a thermal electric power plant, a glassworks, and a brick plant. In the environs, lignite is mined (Ajkacsinger-völgy, Padragkút), as well as bauxites (Nyirád, Szöc, and Halimba).

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Second, we have also developed a derivational version of Ajka (D-Ajka) that is also able to work with other derivational relations in Czech: it can generate new word forms derived from the stems using rules capturing suffix and prefix derivations.
Ka ajka es hiperonimo de los especificos ka bata ajka 'oronimo' (bata 'extremo, punta'), ka ajke ajka (ajke 'planicie') 'nombre de planicie' y ka ajkue ajka (ajkue 'llano pequeno') 'nombre de llano'; para 'econimo' no existe un termino especial, sino que se usa el mismo ka ajka (que funciona entonces como hiponimo homonimo del supraordinado).
Residents of Kolontar, the first village to be hit when 700,000 cubic metres of the caustic liquid burst out of the alumin plant in Ajka, western Hungary, are expected to begin returning to their homes on Friday.
Two children, aged 1 and 3, an elderly woman and a 35-year-old man have died and 6 people went missing in the disaster, which occurred 160 km west of Budapest, near the town of Ajka, the CNN has reported.
Talovic's aunt, Ajka Onerovic, said: "He was such a good boy.
Talovic's aunt Ajka Onerovic said: "He was such a good boy.
MAL has been accused of overloading a reservoir of toxic residue at its alumina plant in Ajka, 160km from the capital, Budapest.
The toll rose to four dead, six missing and at least 120 people injured after a dam failed at the Ajkai Timfoldgyar plant in Ajka, 100 miles southwest of Budapest, the capital.
Al Jazeera's Anita McNaught reports from Ajka as Hungarian authorities face criticism over the sludge spill
But Al Jazeera's Anita McNaught, reporting from the nearby town of Ajka, said that other local officials were warning that the northern wall of the dam was still likely to fail at some point.
Al Jazeera's Anita McNaught, reporting from the town of Ajka near the disaster site, said that, despite efforts to stop another spill, "we have had the under-secretary for the environment, Zoltan Illes, come out this morning and say 'the dam cannot be saved'.
Last night the interior minister informed us that cracks have appeared in the northern wall of the reservoir, whose corner collapsed, which make it likely that the entire wall will collapse," Orban said in remarks carried by private broadcaster HirTV from the western town of Ajka near the disaster zone.