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Talgar

 

a city (since 1959) under oblast jurisdiction and administrative center of Talgar Raion, Alma-Ata Oblast, Kazakh SSR. Situated on the northern slopes of the Zailiiskii Alatau, on a highway, 25 km east of Alma-Ata. Population, 40,000 (1974). Enterprises include clothing and felt factories, a distillery, a wine-making plant, and a butter factory. Construction materials are also produced. Talgar has an agricultural technicum, an agricultural engineering technicum, and a medical school. The Institute of Lithosphere Physics of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR has a permanent seismological crew in Talgar.

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Kyrgyzstanis won two medals at the 19th international chess tournament Maralsay among girls under 20 years, which was held on August 17-27 in Talgar, Kazakhstan.
To relieve Almaty's specialised centres, additional specialised TsONs will open in the Karasai and Talgar districts of the Almaty Region by the end of September.
In fact, the academy is being planned on the lines of AIBA's facility in Talgar, Almaty, Kazakhstan.
Research on the impact of the agents containing probiotic cultures on the health status of the mammary gland and milk quality was conducted at the facilities of Agricultural Breeding Cooperative (ABC) "Almaty" and Educational Research and Production Center "Bayserke-agro" (ERPC) located in Talgar district of Almaty region.
Kazakhstani towns of Kayalyk, Karamergen, Talgar in Almaty region, and Aktobe Stepninsk, Akyrtas, Kulan, Kostobe, Ornek in Zhambyl region were included into the UNESCO world heritage list.
Natural koumiss produced in the farm "Seysebek" in Talgar district of Almaty region served as the controller.
A anisotropia do espaco, que sao essas diferencas no tamanho percebido de objetos identicos localizados em diferentes regioes do campo visual, tem sido verificada em uma serie de estudos na literatura (Fukusima & Faubert, 2001; Liu, Heeger, & Carrasco, 2006; Previc, 1990; Talgar & Carrasco, 2002; Torro-Alves & Fukusima, 2005, 2007).
Three chairlifts take you to the Talgar Pass (7,418ft with a vertical ski drop of 2,961ft), and the climate is perfect for skiing.
A number of direct (Henning et al., 1981; Losada & Mullen, 1995; Stromeyer & Julesz, 1972) and theoretically derived (Pelli, 1981; Solomon & Pelli, 1994; Talgar, Pelli, & Carrasco, 2004) measures indicate that linear bandwidth is roughly proportional to the filter peak frequency, which proves constant octave bandwidth.
Swedish telecomms solutions provider Ericsson said on Tuesday (9 November) that it had conducted a CDMA2000 1X 450 MHz trial in Talgar, Kazakhstan.