Alai


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A·lai

or A·lay  (ä′lī′)
A mountain range of southwest Kyrgyzstan. A western branch of the Tien Shan, it extends about 322 km (200 mi) west from the Chinese border and rises to 5,880 m (19,291 ft).

Alai

(ɑːˈlaɪ)
n
(Placename) a mountain range in central Asia, in SW Kyrgyzstan, running from the Tian Shan range in China into Tajikistan. Average height: 4800 m (16 000 ft), rising over 5850 m (19 500 ft)
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Peralta, however, said PAGCOR was apparently using a 'bogus' document purporting to be PD 1869, saying the phrase 'except jai alai' does not appear in the genuine version of PD 1869 as published in the Official Gazette on Dec.
Peralta, however, countered that PAGCOR may be using a 'bogus' document purporting to be PD 1869 because the phrase 'except jai alai' does not appear in the genuine version of PD 1869 as published in the Official Gazette on Dec.
Aid targeting the affected districts in the province, such as Qara Sowa, Alai, and Oozgon, Qara Colja, Aravane, and Noqat, Chun-Alai, includes tents, blankets, mattresses, pillows, and ovens, he concluded.
Tito Alai steadfastly rejects that this book it is autobiographical, insisting with an absolute determination that none of the characters are taken from real life.
Narak Buntak, Pantang Runtop, Ingai Ungau, and Timor Bandang, my oldest acquaintances, still retained vivid memories of their childhood years spent in one of the big houses, or alai gayo, dotted around the district, either some distance from each other (such as Anak Tuno) or congregated in hamlets (such as the alai gayo of the present Mukim of Ukong).
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