former name of .
the former name of Almaty


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  • Alma-tadema

    Sir Lawrence, 1836–1912, English painter, born in the Netherlands. Historical Examples They needed no scenery by Alma-Tadema to make them think themselves in Rome. The Theory of the Theatre Clayton Hamilton The kind of bench which Alma-Tadema usually fills with diaphanous maidens. The Lure of the Mask Harold MacGrath Then, Mr. Alma-Tadema, he has not […]

  • Almada

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    a town in Spain: mercury mines. Historical Examples In 1806, two Idria furnaces were put up at almaden, but the engineers are not favorably impressed with them. Scientific American Supplement, No. 312, December 24, 1881 Various At Idria and almaden the sulphurets are extremely rich in mercury. A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines Andrew […]

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