Ishim


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I·shim

 (ĭ-shĭm′)
A river, about 1,820 km (1,130 mi) long, rising in the steppe region of Kazakhstan and flowing generally west then northeast to the Irtysh River in south-central Russia.
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Named after a river which flows through Kazakhstan's Capital, Astana, into Russia, the Ishim space missile uses a solid-fuel engine which limits the use of toxic elements used for the construction of classic launchers.
Situated on the Left Bank of the Ishim River, the outlying structure of the Palace has already been erected.
4kV Ishim, Tobolsk, and the Southern regional industrial branches of "Tyumenenergo" Tyumen Distribution Networks Publication date:09/24/2015 15:54
Another promising project is the Ishim satellite launching system which is being developed by Kazakhstan in cooperation with the Moscow Institute of Thermal Engineering.
A point to be noted is Kazakstan's abandonment of the Ishim project.
Among the Welsh events taking place in Astana this weekend will be a game of rugby played on the frozen River Ishim and a | David's Day concert at the National opera house, which will see the locals singing in Welsh following lessons from Ross.
In central Eurasia, vessel stamping and paddling is documented among Eneolithic hunter-gatherer and early pastoral cord-impressed pottery from the mid fourth and third millennia BC in northern Kazakhstan (Olsen & Harding 2008), throughout the Tobol and Ishim basins in western Siberia (Glushkov & Glushkova 1992) and in the Minusinsk basin (Gryaznov 1969: fig.
It is part of Euroroute E22, running from Ireland to Holyhead to Ishim in Russia, via Amsterdam, Hamburg, Malmo, Riga and Moscow.