Kirgizia


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Garlic is originated on the Northwestern side of the Tien- Shan Mountains of Kirgizia in the arid and semi-arid areas of Central Asia [2].
Early Ordovician organophosphatic brachiopods with Baltoscandian affinities from the Alay Range, southern Kirgizia.
Summary: Jeddah, Rabi Al Akhir 16, 1432, March 21, 2011, SPA -- The World Assembly of Muslim Youth(WAMY) has provided the Islamic University in Kirgizia with educational resources to support the university mission.
Its earliest fossils were collected from the Lower Jurassic Upkurgan coal deposit, Kirgizia, these being assigned to Protaboilinae.
From the 1920s onward, each capital maintained subsidiaries of the Soviet Academy of Sciences, but a national academy would not be established in each Central Asian republic until World War II or later, and not until 1954 in Kirgizia.
In his reconstruction of a 1990 pogrom in post-Soviet Kirgizia in which 120 Uzbeks, fifty Kirgiz, and one Russian were killed in a week, Valery Tishkov writes that the "young Kirgiz on horseback were trying to demonstrate their strength and superiority by lifting up an opponent by his legs and smashing him down on the ground--exactly in the way the legendary Kirgiz heroes supposedly overpowered their enemies.
Last year Aktan Abdykalykov's "Beshkempir -- Five Old Ladies" flew the flag for neighboring Kirgizia.
Exports to Ukraine, Kirgizia, and Uzbekistan were also rather substantial, their share making up approximately 15%.
It is also possible to aggregate the survey respondents living in Soviet Central Asia (Kazakastan, Uzbekistan, Kirgizia, Tadzhikistan, and Turkmenia) and draw inferences about opinion in that area of the country (N = 443).
republics of Uzbekistan and Kirgizia, to the east by China and to the south by Afghanistan.