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  • proper n. A formerly seminomadic Siberian people who speak a Turkic language.
  • proper n. A short name for Sakha Republic, also known as Yakutia.


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  • The adorable Sakha, which is Kartikeya's Vayu form proceeded towards

    The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 3 Books 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12

  • Tatarstan (Kazan '), Tuva (Kyzyl), Udmurtia (Izhevsk), Yakutia - also known as Sakha (Yakutsk); 49 oblasts (oblastey, singular - oblast');

    The 1996 CIA Factbook

  • From Karelia on the Finnish border to Sakha in Eastern Siberia, leaders of autonomous republics began demanding new cultural and political rights, adopting their own constitutions, anthems, and flags, asserting the superiority of their laws over federal ones, even declaring themselves sovereign states.

    The Return

  • Effects of recent climate change on permafrost landscapes in central Sakha.

    Permafrost in the Arctic

  • Russian Railways is working on the rail route from Pravaya Lena, south of Yakutsk in the Sakha republic, to Uelen on the Bering Strait, a 3,500 kilometer stretch.

    The World’s Longest Tunnel | Impact Lab

  • Most of this ecoregion is within the borders of the Republic of Yakutia (Sakha), situated in northeastern Siberia, between the Lena and Kolyma Rivers, with the Sea of Okhotsk as a southern border.

    Northeast Siberian taiga

  • The Yakut, or Sakha, were mounted warriors who arrived a few centuries before the Cossacks and conquered the reindeer herders and the Yukaghir, and were in turn subjugated by the Cossacks.

    The Arctic Oil Rush

  • Already in the beginning of the period, the kings of the 14th Dynasty (1786–c. 1603) ruled an independent state from Xois (Sakha) in the western Delta.

    d. The Middle Kingdom and the Second Intermediate Period (11th-17th Dynasties)

  • In fact, there has been a great deal of interest in our successful home-grown development bank -- the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority -- from Sakha to Sakhalin.

    Remarks To The Conference

  • Yeltsin's ill-health and elections in the republic of Sakha, as well as opposition from Russia's diamond cutters, who feared that they would be driven bankrupt by the accord.

    ANC Daily News Briefing


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