Keret

Keret’

 

(also Keret), a lake in northern Karelian ASSR. Area, 223 sq km (including its 130 islands, 275 sq km); elevation, 91 m; depth, approximately 4–5 m. The lake is overgrown in places. Although its shores are rather low-lying, they are rocky and very indented, with many winding bays. The southern part of the lake is known as Pirtozero, and the northern as Lake Plotichnoe. The principal tributaries from the west are the Kerzheva, Narva, and Nolia rivers. The Keret’ River flows out of the lake into the Kandalaksha Bay of the White Sea. The lake is fed by both snow and rain. It freezes in early November and thaws in late May. Keret’ Lake has many fish, including perch, pike, European cisco, and roach.

References in periodicals archive ?
Jonathan To help Samuel develop his mobility, he underwent revolutionary cuevas medek exercise (CME) therapy with occupational therapist Biranit Keret in London last week.
American Jewish readers who are dependent on translation to read Hebrew fiction are mainly limited to a few marquee names: Grossman, Oz, Keret.
Later, Resheph is mentioned as one of the divine guests at the party which Keret hosts for the gods.
22) aller engel k&re werdent vro, so got den sunder leret, daz er von sunden keret.
Some see acclaimed Israeli author Etgar Keret as a traitor due to his criticism of the government.
Some subjects considered include uses and abuses of Holocaust memory, reading and writing colonial genocide in the shadow of the Holocaust, Polish historiographies and survivor testimonies, and the Keret House in Warsaw as a re-enactment of Jewish hiding.
Presenting these seven years of his life, Keret uses a humorous detachment to comment on the terrors of the situation in his country and ultimately conveys personal stories that every parent, son, daughter, or spouse can identify with.
More recently, Etgar Keret, who chose to publish his new memoir, Seven Good Years, in English and not in Hebrew, said of his decision, "I feel that there are many intimate details in the book that it's easier for me to share overseas.
Aqui resultarian de muy mal gusto esos chistes populares sobre madres judias, pero reflejan ese entender de la muerte en Keret y en muchos autores israelies".
Today, large Russian populations of Margaritifera margaritifera remain only in the Keret River in Karelia and the Varzuga River on the Kola Peninsula (~6 and ~140 million mussels, respectively; see Figure 5; S.
Etgar Keret is the author of the memoir 'The Seven Good Years'.