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  • n. Alternative spelling of Khakas.


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  • In southern Siberia, a Buryat party agitated to unite Russian Buryatia with Mongolia, while some Altays and Khakass dreamed of a Turkic Siberian Republic.

    The Return

  • The company's Khakass plant, which was opened in 2006, was the first new aluminum smelter to be built in Russia for 20 years.

    Rusal Forges On With Investment

  • In the unlikely event someone out there can confirm or deny the Khakass meaning, be my guest; otherwise I'll regard it as not proven. GAIDAR/KHAIDAR.

  • It seems Golikov's unit served in Khakassia a small region northwest of Tuva; the Turkic Khakass are now a small minority of the population, and the locals were so terrified of their depredations they were constantly asking "Khaidar Golikov?" GAIDAR/KHAIDAR.

  • The attempts of Khakass doctors to rescue a girl of Barnaul, the Altai Territory, who fell ill with acute pneumonia in "Shira Lake" children resort center.



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