Temirtau


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Te•mir•tau

(ˌteɪ mɪərˈtaʊ)

n.
a city in E central Kazakhstan, NW of Karaganda. 228,000.
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Minister of Energy Kanat Bozumbayev told about the implementation of the President's instruction on construction of the Saryarka main gas pipeline "Kyzylorda - Zhezkazgan - Karaganda - Temirtau - Astana" at the Government meeting chaired by Prime Minister Bakytzhan Sagintayev.
Speaking during a press conference on October 11, spokesperson of JSC ArcelorMittal Temirtau, Yakov Meyer, said in 2016 the company decided to cut planned investments 2.
Major companies in Kazakhstan engaged in coal mining are ArcelorMittal Temirtau, Bogatyr Coal, LLP, and Eurasian Energy Corporation JSC.
The largest ones to participate are Temirtau, Balkhash and Zhezkazgan in Karaganda region, Ekibastuz in Pavlodar region, Rudniy in Kostanai region, Zhanaozen in Mangistau region.
The first component of the compound word 'temir' is still a widely used component of proper names in modern Turkic languages, for example, the Kazakh word, Temirtau 'iron mountain' (city in Central Kazakhstan) and Temirkhan 'iron king' (person's name) etc.
18 students of a medical college in Temirtau, a town in central Kazakhstan, were hospitalized with high temperature after getting vaccinated.
Tahtinen (pictured) arrived in Cardiff this week after a 3,000-plus miles journey from Kazakhstan, where he has been playing for Arystan Temirtau, and met his new Devils team-mates yesterday morning.
He also said that reconstruction projects on the Astana Temirtau, Almaty- Kapshagay, and Almaty-Khorgos, Shetpe-Aktau roads will be launched next year.
The Ministry of Health launched a pilot project to test methadone therapy in Pavlodar and Temirtau, with 50 participants.
A 2005 study in Temirtau found 17 percent of IDUs to be HIV-positive.
The mines are part of a complex which includes the Temirtau smelter, one of the world's largest steel plants.
A second foreign prisoner produced by Afghan officials identified himself as Muhammad Kuzeubaev, a 23-year-old from Temirtau, Kazakhstan.