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Tabasaran, O. (1981), "Gas production from landfill". In Household Waste Management in Europe, Economics and Techniques , A.V. Bridgewater and Lidgren K. (eds.), Van Nostrand Reinhold Co.,

The Production of Methane From Solid Wastes

The resulting biogas consists of about 50% CO: and 50% erie, although landfill gas may contain less CO2 because part of the CO• becomes dissolved in the landfill water [Tabasaran, 1982; Gun- nerson and Stuckey, 1986-[.

Caucasian alphabet systems based upon the Cyrillicscript

Caucasian alphabet systems based upon the Cyrillicscript b) Dental and alveolar consonants: Transcription phonetic Abkhaz Abaza Adyghe Cabardian Chechen Ingush Avar Lak Dargwa Lezgian Tabasaran Georgian d d d d d dd d d d d d d d t t c é t t t t t t t t t t t ¯ t t: tt tt tt [t e] ú t t c t t' t' t' t' t' t' t' t' t't'4 j j i / i /i / i /i /i / i /i /i /i /i (j) n n n n n n n n n n n n n n d ...

History of the Basque Language

East Caucasian yields 29 different languages; as for the number of speakers, the most important ones are: Chechen and Ingush; Avar; Lak; Dargva; Lezgian and Tabasaran.

European Day of Languages September 26

... Tabasaran • Talysh • Tatar • Tat • Tindi • Tsakhur • Turkish • Turkmen • Ubykh • Udi • Udmurt • Ukrainian • Vep • Vod • Welsh • Yiddish

Correspondences of Basque and Caucasic Final Stem

The correspondences of lateral affricates [d l, t l, t l '] are very complex in Caucasic languages: in some languages they develop to velars (e.g. Lak dik' "meat", Tabasaran jik, khinalug li-k¯ a id.) or even uvulars (Ingush dulX "meat"); and conversely, original velars become laterals, cf. no. 17.

Cyrillic languages support in LAT

... Dargin, Dungan, Ingush, Kabardino-Cherkess, Kazakh, Kalmyk, Karakalpak, Karachaevskii, Karelian, Kirghiz, Komi-Zyrian, Komi-Permyak, Kumyk, Lak, Lezghin, Macedonian, Mari-Mountain, Mari-Valley, Moldavian, Mongolian, Mordvin-Moksha, Mordvin-Erzya, Nogai, Oroch, Osetin, Russian, Rutul, Serbian, Tabasaran ...

Cyrillic Alphabets - Karel P ska

Lak(i), Dargwa, Tabasaran, Chechen, Ingush "04C1"04C2 ÁÂ ??? "04C3"04C4 Ã Ä Khanty-Vakhi, Chukcha, Eskimo (Yuit) cyr, Koryak (Nymylan) "04C5 "04C6 (This position shall not be used)

Sufisme and Fundamentalism on Dagestan and Chechenya

After the demise of Sheikh Tajuddin on 10 September 2001, his successor became Sheikh Muhammed, one of the Dargin people, 14 from the village of New Kostek (Khasavyurt district). 15 The best-known sheikh in South Dagestan is Sirajuddin of Tabasaran.

The Role of Local Authorities in Sustainable Tourism aaa

UNITED NATIONS PUBLICATION ISBN: 92-807-2267-0 Design by: graphic_environment@yahoo.ca Research: Anne Vourc'h Text: Anne Vourc'h and Richard Denman English Editor: Elizabeth Purl Reviewers: Monika and Konrad Zimmermann, Gino Van Begin (ICLEI) Production and Management: Janine Tabasaran and Oliver Hillel (UNEP)