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  • proper n. The mountain range in central Asia, where Russia, China, Mongolia and Kazakhstan come together.


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  • ChinaFotoPress/Zuma Press A herdsman with sheep and cattle made his way through the Altay grassland during the seasonal livestock migration in Xinjiang, China.

    Asia in Pictures: June 15

  • After winning the green-card lottery on his fifth try in 2009, Alpay Altay, a native of Turkey, quit his job as a civil engineer in Moscow to start a new life in the United States.

    'I'm Not Sure I Am Lucky'

  • Mr. Altay grew up in northeastern Turkey, where his family lived off a small plot of land.

    'I'm Not Sure I Am Lucky'

  • Michal Czerwonka for The Wall Street Journal Alpay Altay, an engineer from Turkey, drives a taxi in Santa Monica, Calif., to make ends meet.

    'I'm Not Sure I Am Lucky'

  • They were in the foothills of the Altay Mountains, which ran in a long line from west to east, providing something of a northern boundary to the Gobi.


  • Altay was hit by a heavy snowfall Monday, with the local observatory issuing a blue warning signal for the snowfall.

    China Embraces Heavy Snow

  • My pal and fellow LibraryThing alum, Altay, has launched a fantastic new site, QToro.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • Labels: Altay, QToro, trivia posted by John McGrath @ 1: 09 PM 4 Comments

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • I should note that independent work by other groups (papers in submission) have explored this phenomenon in other regions (e.g. the Yukon, Pyrenees and the Central Altay mountains in Russia) and all show a dominant response to Tmax.

    More North American Upper Treeline: Wilson-Luckman 2002, 2003 « Climate Audit

  • Gokalp (Burak Altay), introverted, shy, artistic, aspiring writer nerd who pines for Guldem, would be played by Jake Gyllenhal – committed suicide after a letter of his intended for Guldem was read in front of the whole school by a laughing Ersin.

    Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat


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