Kitai


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Kitai:

see QitaiQitai
or Kitai
, town and oasis, N Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, China, in the Dzungarian basin. It is a road hub and a trading center (furs, skins, raisins, and tea). Gold mines are nearby. The name sometimes appears as Ch'i-tai.
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He is said to be the second in command after Timothy Kitai alias Cheparakach who is the suspected mastermind of attacks that have caused national concern.
The suspect, Timothy Kiptanui Kitai who is popularly known as Cheparkach is said to be armed and dangerous.
Kitai R, Yoshida K, Kubota T, Sato K, Handa Y, Kasahara K, Nakajima H: Clival chordoma manifesting as nasal bleeding.
Konishi E, Kitai Y, Tabei Y, Nishimura K, Harada S.
The development of cancer-associated kidney complications is associated with poor prognosis (Darmon, Ciroldi, Tiery, Schlemmer, & Azoulay, 2006; Kitai, Matsubara, & Yanagita, 2015).
Svetimos kalbos, nesvarbu, ar ji butu prievarta diegiama, ar savo noru pasirinkta, itaka bet kuriai kitai kalbai laikytina teigiama tik iki tam tikros ribos, t.
An opposite kind of example is "expect", which Japanese people tend to think of as always a positive thing (as in kitai suru), but in fact in English it can also be used in a negative sense, such as "we are expecting a typhoon.
Vadinasi, optimizuojant minetuosius augimo terpes rodiklius, galima nualintus bei SM uzterstus dirvozemius atkurti ir paversti vel tinkamais naudoti zemes ukiui ar kitai veiklai, susijusiai su produkcijos auginimu.
Makoto Kitai, managing director of MEI, said: "Our factory can produce and supply state-of-the-art electrical propulsion equipment for rolling stock.
Flying an 800-metre long kite named o[umlaut]Phoenix train kite', Kitai Rhee, president of Korean Kite Flyers Association (KOKFA), wowed hundreds of people who gathered at the Museum of Islamic Art Park.