Yakut


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a member of a Turkic people of northeastern Siberia (mainly in the Lena river basin)

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the Turkic language spoken by the Yakut

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Recall a year ago Yegor Borisov signed a decree, designed to protect the labor interests of the Yakut population from excessive foreign labor.
Certel H, Yakut S, Yakut I, ve Gulsun B, 2016, Ogrencilerde yalnizlik problemi.
Yakut and E[pounds sterling]nal filed a complaint against Ergin with the Antalya Chief Public Prosecutor's Office in June of last year on the charge that he insulted them.
The shape of the postposition d'ieri (Standard Yakut [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) which encodes a terminative spatial reading 'until' is surprisingly close, too.
Yakut and Polat [8] examine how two parties can provide recommendations using item-based CF techniques on arbitrarily partitioned data.
Blood samples of Grey Ukrainian breed (n = 48) and Yakut breed (n = 33) were collected from an experimental agricultural farm of SB RAS (Altai Republic).
Native Evenk and Yakut people have long claimed a 'Nesski' lurks in its depths.
Additionally, six East Asian populations [Cambodian (n = 10), Daur (10), Lahu (8), Mongola (9), Yakut (15), and Yi (10)] were also included and analyzed separately.
Houses built after the Kocaeli earthquake, were only vacated in 2009, after ten years (Selvibayir, 2009; Yakut, 2004), thus becoming almost 'permanent'.
Ahmet Yakut de l'Universite technique du Moyen-Orient (OdtE-) a Ankara, a explique ce phenomene par le non respect des normes sismiques de construction.
Incluso, los hallazgos de los restos mas antiguos del hombre en America muestran que sus marcadores geneticos no coinciden con los de los pueblos indigenas llamados "originarios", cuyas semejanzas, en cambio, con lo yakut siberianos son bien conocidas.
Particularly noteworthy are the Vep tale "Twelve Clever Brothers," the Sakha/ Yakut story "The Crane's Feather," and "The Woman Who Adopted a Polar Bear" from the Greenland Inuits.
Anton Ivanescu presents the isolation of the intelligentsia in northern Caucasus, Zoja Morochojeva discusses the silent intelligentsia and Russification of ethnic cultures in Central Asia, and Igor Antonov describes the discrimination of Yakut intelligentsia circles.
Gulay Yakut, a 25-year-old bank employee who wears a headscarf, sees intolerance from the opposite side.