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Kamet

a mountain on the border of China and India, west of Nepal in the Himalayas. Height: 7756 m (25 447 ft.)
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The relationship between Kamet and Costis is the heart of the story, alternating between trust and doubt on the part of both men as they come to know each other.
After path-breaking climbs up Everest, Nanga Parbat, Nanda Devi, Annapurna and Kamet, a group of Sirdars including Lewa found themselves out of work.
maddesi 2 Haziran 1941 tarihinde 4055 sayili kanunla degistirilmis ve "Arapca ezan ve kamet okuyanlarin, uc aya kadar hafif hapis veya on liradan iki yuz liraya kadar hafif para cezasi ile cezalandirilmalari" karara baglanmistir.
Shipton's reputation reached England and Frank Smythe invited him on an expedition to Kamet in Garhwal.
Everest "is now a climbing job, and that job should be in the hands of climbers".(39) Smythe, who had led a small party to a successful ascent of Kamet in 1931, joined in this line of attack, telling J.
[26.] Kamet, A.R., "On the mean successive difference and its ratio to the root mean square", Biometrics, Vol.
The main investor in this and the seed round is Kamet, AXA's Insurtech start-up studio.