American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southern Kyrgyzstan east-southeast of Tashkent, Uzbekistan. One of the oldest settlements of central Asia, it was long a major silk-producing center. Population: 230,000.
- n. The second-largest city in Kyrgyzstan.
“OSH -- The Kyrgyz government is asking university students to teach at secondary schools in the southern city of Osh due to a shortage of teachers, RFE/RL's Kyrgyz”
“ОШ uzbek 2010 06 12 osh vokiyasi uzbek qirgizston oshda halok bo ` lganlar bolganlar karasuu kara-suu qorasuv millatchilik ifloslik Dozens of people have been killed and hundreds wounded in clashes between ethnic Kyrgyz and Uzbek, which broke out in the southern city of Osh on Friday.”
“OSH - Kyrgyzstan's interim leader is expected to fly to Osh, epicentre of ethnic bloodshed, to vote on Sunday in a referendum likely to pave the way for the creation of”
“ISLAMABAD/OSH: A Pakistani student has been killed and around 15 reportedly taken hostage in Kyrgyzstan's riot-stricken southern city of Osh, Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah”
“Observers note that harassment of Uzbeks in Osh is nothing new.”
“The Korasu Bazaar in Osh is a major trading post for goods sold in Andijon bazaars.”
“We need to open one more military base in Osh city and set up the American transit center in Batken instead of Bishkek, Diesel Forum user Dizelist said [ru].”
“Voters turned out peacefully across the nation, including in Osh, southern Kyrgyzstan's largest city and the scene of most of the inter-ethnic fighting.”
“One American poll watcher in Osh, who asked not to be named, said that authorities there manipulated voting to favor the nationalist Fatherland Party.”
“Ethnic-Uzbek shopkeeper Khamid Badalov says his family has lived in Osh for generations.”
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