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  • proper n. Alternative spelling of Kirghiz.


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  • It was a bloody, brutal business that, and the wild people - the Tajiks, the Kirgiz-Kazaks, the Khokandians, the Uzbeks and the rest - were being forced back up the Syr Daria into the Hungry Steppe and the Red Sands, harrying all the way, raiding the new Russian outposts and cutting up their caravans.

    The Sky Writer

  • It began with a property dispute between Kirgiz and Uzbek neighbors in the town of Osh near the Chinese border.

    Hot Summer For Moscow

  • Angry students in Frunze, the Kirgiz capital, demanded that the local leadership resign and pelted the Communist Party chief with rocks when he appeared at a rally to appeal for calm.

    Hot Summer For Moscow

  • Terms like Isaku's name, and referring to Uyghur and Kirgiz "clans", are probably a result of the original Japanese version.

    Japanese Manga Tackles Xinjiang Separatism

  • Thanks for the info - I ended up reading the Manga and I think it was translated by fans so it was interesting to see how the translators interpreted the various terms - especially the weird decision for them to render whatever the Turkic peoples were saying in Japanese into "the Uygur clan" and "the Kirgiz clan."

    Japanese Manga Tackles Xinjiang Separatism

  • Korean, Tibetan, Mogolian and Manchu have their own alpahbets Dai uses Thai; Uyghur, Kazakh, Tajik and Kirgiz use arabic alphabets; Xibo uses Manchu alphabets, Yi and Naxi have their own syllabary and script.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • As this table also indicates, several national groups with their "own" national republic (Estonian, Latvian, and Kirgiz) were smaller than several "minority" populations within the Russian Socialist Federated Soviet Republic (such as the Tatar, Chuvash, or German populations).

    Making the History of 1989

  • A Siberian tribe of the Kirgiz, which suffers from black death year after year and is immunized against it, carried it to the Baltic countries and to Russia.

    Towards Victory

  • Kirgiz yagmacilar Ahiska Turklerine saldirdi 5 olu var - Articles related to Kyrgyzstan Swears in Caretaker President

  • Turkmen, Kirgiz, and Tadzhik republics (these republics have broken from the Soviet Union following the 1991 collapse of the government).

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