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Palana is an urban locality in Tigilsky District of Koryak Okrug of Kamchatka Krai, Russia which serves as the administrative center of Koryak Okrug. It is located on the west coast of the Kamchatka Peninsula on the right bank of the Palana River within 8 kilometers from the Sea of Okhotsk. Population: 3,155; 3,928; 4,343.
- also known as 帕拉纳
- part of Russia
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Environmental Administration (2004)
by Raj Mohan Satt(h)
(Janma Bhoomi literally means the 'mother land' and Prajala Vaddaku Palana means Administration to the Doorstep of people).
The Voyage of François Pyrard of Laval to the East Indies, the Maldives, the Moluccas and Brazil (1887)
by François Pyrard, Pierre de Bergeron, Jérôme Bignon
The word palana is a Sinhalese word, meaning in Ceylon a patch or stretch of mountain land on which jungle does not grow. As there were three atolls, Suadu, Addu, and FuaMulaku, which, being distant from the rest and near each other, ...
Playing with Culture in Siberia by Alexander David King
Thus although Palana is a small town of only four to five thousand souls, it had a professional dance ensemble, a children's art school, a natural history museum, and a vibrant arts scene centered around the activities of the Okrug House of ...
Encyclopedia of the Arctic (2012)
by Mark Nuttall
Palana is the administrative center of Koryak Autonomous Okrug ( district), Kamchatka Oblast' (province), in far eastern Russia, and one of the three largest towns in the okrug. The settlement is situated on the western coast of the ...
Spoken in British Central Africa by David Clement Ruffelle Scott
Ku palana chibwenzi, or pangana, limbikana, &c. = to make friends with ; chi-fa, or chi-duka chibwenzi, for the breaking of friendship, which is sometimes signified, by breaking of a stick (chibwenzi cha-fa mtengo uuso nda-ku- ponyera, our ...
by Richard Rudgley
and African Studies, University of London, and Dr Alona Yefimenko of the Palana Museum, Kamchatka, for translating material concerning the Siberian fly agaric petroglyphs from the Russian;Paul Devereuxfor kindly sending mehis paperon ...
by Henk Courtz
Palana sau. Le Caprice de Maïpouri ou La création de la mer, Cayenne. Blanker, J.C.M. and J. Dubbeldam 2005 Prisma Woordenboek Sranantongo, Utrecht. Bok-Bennema, R. and R. van Hout (eds.) 1992 Linguistics in ...
Javanese English Dictionary (2013)
by Stuart Robson, Dr., Singgih Wibisono
palana saddle. palang ng, pambeng kr, 1 obstacle, object placed ...
The Newest Young Man's Companion, Containing, a Compendious English Grammar ... Arithmetic and Mensuration ... A Compendium of Geography ... The Art of Painting in Oil ... and an English Spelling Dictionary ... The Second Edition, Revised and Corrected (1755)
by Thomas Wise (Accountant)
Chief' mountains are the Caput/teem, or Crapack mountains, dividing Palana' from Turkey in Europe. Chieflakes are, 1.
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