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Medeo

 

the largest winter athletic complex in the world with artificial ice. Medeo is located near Alma Ata, in the Zailiiskii Alatau Mountains at an elevation of 1,691 m above sea level. Medeo was opened in 1951. From 1951 to 1970, 47 world speed skating records were set in the Medeo rink. After the reconstruction of the complex in 1970-72, the artificial ice tracks and rinks at Medeo covered 10,500 sq m (the capacity of the coolers is 5 million kilocalories per hour); Medeo has a 12,500-seat stadium, a skating area for 1,000 persons, and other facilities. Training sessions and competitions in speed skating, figure skating, and bandy are conducted at Medeo.

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The Egyptians' own name for their writing system, medew netjer, "divine words," is shown below.
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(28) Julia Medew, 'Federal Court Lifts "Terror" Restrictions on Jack Thomas', The Age (Melbourne), 24 August 2007, 5.
reports have raised concern that the new $1 billion Royal Children's Hospital, which will have an extra 46 beds, will not cope with growing demand for services' (Medew 2008).
The writing system of ancient Egypt was what the Greeks were later to call hieroglyphics, but was what the Egyptians referred to as Medew Netcher (Mdw ntr).
In the revision the dream begins immediately after the relocation of the two consecutive passages noted above, with four lines developed from the lines that follow the large excision ('Me mette hou I lay in pe medew tho | To sen this floure that I loue so and drede' (ll.
Carruthers and discovering that he too was interested in studying Nile Valley civilizations and the ancient Kemetic language (Medew Netcher), I was encouraged by him to pursue that avenue of study along with several other dedicated CICS students and Black community members.
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