Nenets


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a Uralic language spoken by a Samoyed of northern Siberia

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Tom Bodkin, director of Secret Compass, said, "In remote regions like the Gulf of Ob, the Nenets have to fight for survival and to retain their traditional livelihoods.
The venture is anticipated to serve as basis for the establishment of a new gas production centre in the Nenets Autonomous District.
(5) However, among the listed prohibitive auxiliaries the Nenets no-, no- is exceptional because it does not match the general tendency in North Samoyedic as it states that the secondary n precedes palatal vowels as the o is a velar vowel.
The traditional Nenets people of the Nenets Autonomous Area are nomadic reindeer herders.
Alla Abramovich-Gomon's recent book on Nenets culture is an examination of the musical praxis of these inhabitants of Russia's western Arctic region, and a compelling attempt to link the changes that have occurred within their singing tradition with broader, more disruptive shifts in their culture.
The Nenets are Inuit-like people who inhabit the tundra in the far north of Russia.
The French and Norwegian oil companies Total and Norsk Hydro have each transferred a 5% interest in their stakes in the exploration of the Kharyaga oil field in Russia to the Nenets Petroleum Company.
The French and Norwegian petroleum companies Total and Norsk Hydro have each transferred a 5% interest in their stakes in the exploration of the Kharyaga oil field in Russia to the Nenets Petroleum Company.
Summary: MOSCOW(Cihan/RT) -- Nenets People resist to Modern life which threats their rural life.
From a more general perspective, Nenets pronouns for 2nd person (further person is referred to with P) and 3P (both Tundra and Forest varieties) do not derive from Proto-Samoyedic/Uralic either, which leaves Nganasan as the only Northern Samoyedic language with a full set of personal pronouns derived from Proto-Samoyedic/Uralic.