Vakh

Vakh

 

a river in the eastern part of the Khanty-Mansi National Okrug, Tiumen’ Oblast, RSFSR; left tributary of the Ob’. Length, 964 km; basin area, 76,700 sq km. It rises in the watershed of the Ob’, Enisei, and Taz basins. It flows in a winding bed in the central part of the West Siberian Lowland. It is fed mainly by snow and rain. Average annual discharge, 504 eu m per sec, at the village of Lobchisnkoe. The main tributaries are Kulynigol, Sabun, and Kolik’egan on the right and the Bol’shoi Megtyg’egan on the left. The river is navigable until the village of Lar’iak.

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Looking up, he faced a forest of Leinster players but he instantly spied a route through and took off, leaving the replacement tighthead prop Vakh Abdaladze in a spin and weaving free of lock Ross Molony.
Frawley then converted Daly's terrific try on the opposite flank, burly prop Vakh Abdaladze rampaging into the 22 from a Bryan Byrne pass before fellow replacement Noel Reid's inviting kick was dotted down by the inrushing Daly.
Looking up, he faced a forest of Leinster players but he instantly spied a route through and took off, leaving the replacement tight-head prop Vakh Abdaladze in a spin and weaving free of lock Ross Molony.
(88.) See Levin, "Hebrew Cultural Work in America," Oyf der vakh, June 14, 1918.
There were further tries from Lowe, Vakh Abdaladze and Bryan Byrne but the winning margin flattered the hosts.
A bridge has been started across the Vakh river connecting the Tomsk region and Yugra.
The usage of the term has its roots in Kashmiri language like the famous Vogni's Vakh: Assi Aess, Assi Aasav (We have been and we will be).
bloyz eyn mentsh iz vakh. Er geyt arum un er geshtaltikt fundosnay gezetsn...
Reps: Bryan Byrne, Ed Byrne, Vakh Abdaladze, Jack Dunne, Oisin Dowling, Jamison Gibson-Park, Noel Reid, Jimmy O'Brien.
Frawley There will most likely also be valuable opportunities for another trio of youngsters - Ciaran Frawley, who is the back-up out-half to Ross Byrne, as well as Vakh Abdalaze and Peadar Timmins.
Clontarf's Vakh Abdaladze has been handed a first start for Ireland U-20s at tight-head and it is hoped the man born in the Georgian city of Kutaisi, to a former Georgian international father, could be Ireland's secret weapon in an expected physical battle.
Kashmiri Saints and Sages: Ancient and modern Ascetics in Kashmir (n.d.) "Lalla Ded's Vakhs," URL (consulted November 2005): htto://www.koausa.org/Saints/LalDed/Vakhs1.html