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Species of Metasyrphus from Afghanistan and Kirghizia, with k;:ys and descriptions of three new species (Diptera, Syrphidae).
This became one of the constituent Soviet socialist republics of the USSR; it was commonly referred to as Soviet Kirghizia.
A new species of the genus Coelotes Blackwall (Aranei, Agelenidae) from Kirghizia.
Safety of Uranium Dumps in Kirghizia Calls For Attention of International Community" Pravada (2003) April 21.
Its key trading partners are in Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tadzhikistan and Kirghizia, Mongolia, Ukraine, Belorussia, Lithuania, Moldavia, and Georgia.
txtNation, a mobile billing and messaging specialist, announced on 8 April that live SMS short code connectivity will be available in Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Kirghizia, Israel and Tajikistan within the next few weeks.
Perhaps there is a remote Scottish island or a peak in Kirghizia where I can escape from the idiot braying of football fans in Germany.
Born in the village of Katta Taldyk in the Osh region of Kirghizia, whither her mother escaped from Lwow during the second world war, Anna was reunited with her father in Lysva, in the Ural Mountains, a year later, and in 1946 her family settled in Szczecin (Stettin) on the Baltic Sea, a city that became Polish at the end of the war, when Poland's borders were moved west.
Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Georgia and Kirghizia are reportedly negotiating the possible lease of S-75, S-125 and S-220 systems, and Russia is also considering leasing an S-300 system to Tajikistan.
Uranium production from the [former] Soviet Union has been derived, mainly, from a series of production centers along its eastern and southern borders in Estonia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikstan and Kirghizia, and from Estonia.
The Ohio State scientist also described oxygen isotope studies on cores from three ice caps in China and Kirghizia, in the former Soviet Union.
In the Central Asian republics -- Kazakhstan, Kirghizia, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Tadzhikistan -- the culture is predominantly Moslem, unemployment is high, and recent years have seen massive outbreaks of inter-ethnic violence.
In Kirghizia child mortality (from age one to two) is three times higher than the national average.
In late 1985, when Gorbachev replaced the party leadersof Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Kirghizia with local nationals, there was little protest.