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(ˌteɪ mɪərˈtaʊ)

a city in E central Kazakhstan, NW of Karaganda. 228,000.
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ArcelorMittal Temirtau (Kazakhstan's ArcelorMittal structure) broke a contract with Nik-Oil LLP, which is the official distributor of Gazprom Neft - Lubricants in Kazakhstan, oreanda.ru reported.
From 1969 through 1973, he was involved in the Party and Komsomol work in Temirtau of the Karaganda region.
Obidin (Kazakhstan: Temirtau)--EOC, Zoological Museum of Moscow State University (Russia: Moscow)--ZMM, Lund University (Sweden: Lund); Museo Civico di Storia Naturale "Giacomo Doria" (Italy: Genova), Museum fur Tierkunde, Senckenberg Naturhistorische Sammlungen Dresden (Germany: Dresden), Natural History Museum (UK: London); Petr Kresl Collection (Czech Republic: Janovice nad Uhlavou), Zoological Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia: St.
It came as steel traders said that Russian steelmakers Severstal and MMK as well as ArcelorMittal Temirtau, a Kazakh unit of the world's largest steelmaker, were cutting back their sales to Iran.
Large mono-cities such as Ekibastuz, Rudnyi, Temirtau, Kentau and Karatau were created back in the times of the Soviet Union when exploration of new mineral deposits and creation of the oil, chemical, metallurgical and coal industries were a major driving force of urbanization.
In particular, such large companies as "Corporation Kazakhmys" LLP, "Eurasian Group" LLP, "Kazzinc" LLP, "ArcelorMittal Temirtau" JSC, "Tengizchevroil" LLP, "Karachaganak Petroleum Operating B.
In addition to four existing government-funded, NGO-operated shelters, in 2017 the government opened trafficking shelters in seven cities: Almaty, Temirtau, Petropavlovsk, Uralsk, Aktobe, Kyzylorda, and Taldykorgan.
* Major companies in Kazakhstan engaged in coal mining are ArcelorMittal Temirtau, Bogatyr Coal, LLP, and Eurasian Energy Corporation JSC.
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.