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  • noun Plural form of kolkhoz.

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Examples

  • The farmers were to be forced together to work on kolkhozy, the collective farms.

    The Gun

  • The rest are distributed between kolkhozy (fishing collectives) and private fishing companies (referred to henceforth as the “new” companies).

    Fisheries and aquaculture in the Northeast Atlantic (Barents and Norwegian Seas)

  • Sholokhov's more recent work, for example, Podnyataya tselina, 1932 and 1959 (Virgin Soil Upturned) - a novel describing compulsory collectivization and the introduction of kolkhozy - has a vitality that never flags and shows us

    Nobel Prize in Literature 1965 - Presentation Speech

  • The Soviet kolkhozy, or collective farms-hardly paragons of agricultural efficiency-went bankrupt as communism collapsed, and villagers abandoned the land.

    BusinessWeek.com --

  • The Soviet kolkhozy, or collective farms-hardly paragons of agricultural efficiency-went bankrupt as communism collapsed, and villagers abandoned the land.

    BusinessWeek.com --

  • The Soviet kolkhozy, or collective farms-hardly paragons of agricultural efficiency-went bankrupt as communism collapsed, and villagers abandoned the land.

    Russia Blog

  • The Soviet kolkhozy, or collective farms-hardly paragons of agricultural efficiency-went bankrupt as communism collapsed, and villagers abandoned the land.

    BusinessWeek.com --

  • The Soviet kolkhozy, or collective farms-hardly paragons of agricultural efficiency-went bankrupt as communism collapsed, and villagers abandoned the land.

    BusinessWeek.com --

  • The Soviet kolkhozy, or collective farms-hardly paragons of agricultural efficiency-went bankrupt as communism collapsed, and villagers abandoned the land.

    BusinessWeek.com --

  • The Soviet kolkhozy, or collective farms-hardly paragons of agricultural efficiency-went bankrupt as communism collapsed, and villagers abandoned the land.

    BusinessWeek.com --

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