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Nurlat

 

a city (since 1961); center of Oktiabr’skii Raion, Tatar ASSR. Situated on the Kondurcha River (Volga basin). Railroad station on the Ul’ianovsk-Cheliabinsk line, 268 km southeast of Kazan. Population, 18,000 (1974). Nurlat has a sugar refinery, mixed-feed and machinery-repair plants, a meatpacking plant, and a butter and dairy combine.

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In 2003, Salafists established an assembly (jamaat) in the Nurlat district of Tatarstan.
Procurement Purchase per turnover, 1 peasant District thousand household, name rubles rubles Drozhzhanovsky 167,100 17,731 Atninsky 164,810 15,939 Verkhny Uslon 156,519 13,570 Bavly 43,762 8,371 Utazinsky 35,701 8,357 Mendeleyevsk 23,351 8,340 Buinsk 88,120 8,271 Menzelinsk 44,943 8,185 Elabuga 37,500 8,126 Bugulma 46,500 7,834 Kamskoye Ustye 30,284 7,313 Sabinsky 23,250 2,754 CC "Naberezhno-Chelninskaya TB" 7,199 2,571 Rybnata Sloboda 19,970 2,468 Nurlat 21,069 2,281 Leninogorsk 16,089 1,995 Kaibitsky 6,715 1,846 Tetushy 11,295 1,821 Baltasi 14,874 1,594 Vysokogorsky 7,269 641 "Tatpotrebsoyuz", Total 2,050,923 7,408
The MassJCL website, submitted by Artem Nurlat (an alumnus of AMSA's 2012 graduating class), placed second in the website competition.