Turkmenia


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Synonyms for Turkmenia

a republic in Asia to the east of the Caspian Sea and to the south of Kazakhstan and to the north of Iran

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The authors and artists mostly didn't name the person who was under their hammer but because of the small population of Turkmenia SSR it was not difficult for the readers to identify the butt of the satirical jab.
2) Devanny's time in the Soviet Union was the obligatory visit to the home of the October Revolution for new recruits to the Communist Party which she had joined in Australia in 1930; as John McNair notes, her account of her visit, especially of time spent in Uzbekistan and Turkmenia 'constitutes her most original contribution to the literature of Australian fellow-travellerism.
Identification and study of a poxvirus isolated from wild rodents in Turkmenia.
TURKMENIA (1961) Far Eastern Shipping, Russia, 5,230 grt, 400' x 52', 333 pax.
Places such as Cambodia, Laos and Burma in South East Asia, and Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenia in Central Asia are beginning to make it on to the tourist map.
She clearly says that the eastern Bactria surveys do not help to solve the vexing problem of the relationship between Turkmenia, Bactria, and Balucistan, and that there is no field evidence for the historically sure arrival of Indo-Iranian or Indo-Aryan tribes.
A medico-genetic study of the population of Turkmenia.
In the early novels (Students and Thirst Aquenched), the concern with socialist reality is reflected in the choice of location: both Moscow and Turkmenia are places of rapid change and progress.