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Irrigation Civilizations (1955)
A Comparative Study; a Symposium on Method and Result in Cross-cultural Regularities
The Altay is a mountain area near the northern edge of the steppe and the complex pastoral tradition of Asia. The camel is not, or at best is rarely, found this far north in mountain altitudes. The same may be said of the donkey, and therefore of ...
Like Sex with Gods (2003)
An Unorthodox History of Flying by Bayla Singer
(Altay is a republic in ...
by Robert G. Coleman, E H. Juvigné
The Allay and the East Junggar The northern part of transect include two tectonic unit, the Altay and the East Junggar. The Altay is a foldbelt of Siberian Plate.
Hot Plants (2004)
Nature's Proven Sex Boosters for Men and Women by Chris Kilham
The Siberian Altay is a center of incalculable botanical riches.
Building Resilience Through Community-based Rangeland Management in China and Mongolia by María E. Fernández-Giménez
Analysis and the Significance for Policy and Management Being both inland and arid, Altay is an ecologically vulnerable region. The spatial and temporal distribution of water resources is a key ecological factor that limits the local 25,000 – xx ...
by James B. Minahan
The Altay speak two dialects of the northern Turkic language group. The two dialects, often considered separate lan- guages, are not mutually intelligible with the northern dialects more closely related to the language of the Uyghur and the ...
by James Minahan
Altai Altai-kizhi; Altay; Oirots; Oyrots; Sayan Turks POPULATION: Approximately ( 2002e) 77,000 Altai in Russia, mainly in the Altai Republic in western Siberia. Smaller communities live in the former Soviet republics of Kazakhstan and ...
by Charles Gordon Sinclair
Contains 42% water, 30% fat and 24% protein [also called Aitalski, Altayskyl Altaysky see Altay altea In Marshmallow Altenburger (Ziegenkase) A variahle fat content small, round, soft cheese made in eastern Germany from goat's and cow's ...
Related Languages and Language Contacts Kirghiz is closely related to Southern Altay Turkic of ...
by Didar Kassymova, Zhanat Kundakbayeva, Ustina Markus
A lake in eastern Kazakhstan, located in the valley between several mountain ranges: from the northeast the Altay Mountains, from the northwest the Kolbin Mountains, and from the south the Tarbagatai Mountains. Lake Zaisan is a large ...
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- Altay Meaning
Video shows what Altay means. The mountain range in central Asia, where Russia, China, Mongolia and Kazakhstan come together.. Altay Meaning. How to ...
- Altai Kai - Ural Altay Language Family 750 Million
- Mitaku Oyasin-Native American Language in Altay Family
- Raquel Minako (Brazil). Description about Integral Sustainability Education in Altay, 2014.
- A film about projects of Azerbaijani architect Altay Mirbagirov (Azeri language)
- Ron Oren (Israel). Description of Integral Sustainability Education, Altay 2014.
Ron Oren (Israel) talks about his new project of Permaculture and Movement Awareness in Altay, Siberia next summer 2014.
Quotes about Altay
A long skirt wraps around the leg, a long tongue wraps around the head.
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Scrabble value of A1L1T1A1Y4
The value of this 5-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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