Inta


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Inta

 

a city in the Komi ASSR. Situated on the left bank of the Bol’shaia Inta River (Pechora basin), 12 km from the Inta railroad station and 50 km south of the arctic circle. Population, 51,000 (1972). Inta is the site of coal extraction (Pechora basin), a machine-repair plant, a woodworking combine, building-materials enterprises, a heat and electric power plant, and a poultry farm. It has an industrial technicum and a people’s theater. There are local subsidiary enterprises (dairy, meat) on the right bank of the river. The settlement of Inta was formed in 1940 and became a city in 1954.

REFERENCE

Guletskii, G. P. Inta. Syktyvkar, 1968.
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Usual winger Marie Brevet quickly took the opportunity of playing in the half position to get them off to the perfect start, soon followed by back-court strikes from captain Alina Inta either side of one from winger Krystina Coulson in her first game of the season.
Nottingham replied with three quick goals at the start of the second half but Inta and Botezatu soon put the North Easterners back in front.
Tyne and Wear continued to push forward in attack, Botezatu and Inta finding the the net.
Romanian youngster Inta went on to strike four more, her sixth goal coming on the fast break as she intercepted a pass in defence before dribbling up the court to shoot past the Cannock goalkeeper.
Inta added two more penalties, while centre Ostergren had notched up eight goals for the game before injury forced her off.
Half Judyta Turulska and line-player Sandra Christke then scored twice each before another Inta double and one from winger Meghan Acres helped the Vikings pull back and take a 14-13 lead into the half-time break.
They were unable to pull the game back any further, however, and by the time Inta nabbed a late fifth the Hornets had run out convincing winners.
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