Auezov

Auezov

 

(until 1967, Bakyrchik), an urban-type settlement in Zharminsk Raion, Semipalatinsk Oblast, Kazakh SSR. Located in the spurs of the Kalbinskii Range, 50 km east of the Charsk railroad station on the Semipalatinsk-Aktogai line, it has a population of 3,600 (1968). There is gold mining in the settlement, which was renamed in honor of M. O. Auezov.

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Contractor address : Almaty, Auezov district, Almaty, st.
Filamentous fungus Aspergillus awamori 56-2-53-85-375 was obtained as a consequence of multistage selection and mutagenesis by experts of the Chair of Biotechnology, Auezov South-Kazakhstan State University; it exists on slanting wort agar at 4[degrees]C.
The main bed is located at the corner of Auezov and Zhangeldina streets, though the distinct five-leafed plants have been also been photographed in front of the city's famous 'Tree of Life' sculpture.
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Auezov Southern Kazakhstan state university, in Biotechnology laboratories of Southwest research institute of animal husbandry.
The outstanding ones among those writers are Mukhtar Auezov and Ilyas Yessenberlin, who used national narratives and cultural values in their works "in search for Kazakhs' own ethnic identity and heritage".
Effect of gypsum on the pore size distribution of fly ash-cement paste at 90 days of curing, in International Scientific Conference "Auezov Reading--11: Kazakhstan on the way of social education: Innovative directions of research, education and culture",6-7 December, 2012, Auezov South Kazakhstan State University, Shymkent, Kazakhstan.
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.
For example, former opposition figure Marat Auezov recalls that the Kazakh-Chinese border agreement in the mid-1990s ceded huge areas of Kazakh territory to China, and the agreement for China to use water from the Kara-Irtysh River that flows from China into Kazakhstan to help develop its own oil fields in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (39).
Thus, while Russian writers such as Anatoli Ivanov and Konstantin Simonov continued to produce important works of socialist realism in the classic mode of the 1930s, perhaps the most exciting energies in post-World War II Soviet literature came from writers such as the Kazakh Mukhtar Auezov and the Kirghiz Chingiz Aitmatov.
224-229) and Bakyrchik at Auezov in Kazakhstan (MM, August 1994, p.
Nurpeysov is no stranger to those pains, since he often tackles global themes, gives serious thought to the titans of the human spirit - Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, Turgenev, Gorky, Auezov - as well as to the founders of Kazakh literature and to his contemporaries, people endowed with exceptional talents.