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Synonyms for Tartary

the vast geographical region of Europe and Asia that was controlled by the Mongols in the 13th and 14th centuries


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Chemical composition and fiber properties of Crambe orientalis and Crambe tataria. Int.
In addition, some observations were conducted during field researches in the Cappadocia territory, Central Anatolia on Crambe tataria (Figs.
in eastern Turkey are Aulacobaris coerulescens (Scopoli 1763), Melanobaris crambephaga (Korotyaev & Gultekin 1999), Ceutorhynchus pallidactylus (Marsham 1802), Ceutorhynchus erivanus Schultze 1898, Ceutorhynchus fabrilis Faust 1887, Ceutorhynchus sophiae Gyllenhal 1837, whereas those associated with Crambe tataria Sebeok in central Anatolia are Bruchela suturalis (Fabricius 1792), Aulacobaris janthina (Boheman 1836), Melanobaris sp.
Iran has started negotiation to make cooperation with Russia, Azerbaijan and Tataria in nanotechnology sector.
Regarding ethnicity, of the men were Israeli born, with parents of North African origin, and 25% were born in the Russian regions of Georgia, Caucasus, and Tataria, having immigrated to Israel in the 1970's.
2) Georgian origin (father born in the Russian regions of Caucasus, Georgia; Tataria)
According to pollen studies of Inceoglu and Karamustafa (1977), Crambe tataria was observed with radially symmetric, isopolar, tricolpate, subprolate pollen grains and the outline shape was elliptic in the equatorial view and circular in the polar view.
The photo band includes workers from Moscow, Tataria, Dagestan, Kalymykia, the Tungus river district, and two from Uzbekistan.
Ransel, Village Mothers: Three Generations of Change in Russia and Tataria (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2000).
Ray Hiner (Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1991), 471-89, who began his essay of a decade and a half ago with a bold and sweeping statement: "Russia has no history of childhood." Ransel is, of course, the editor of the seminal work on Russian family history The Family in Imperial Russia: New Lines of Historical Research (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1978), as well as of two other related, pioneering social histories: Mothers of Misery: Child Abandonment in Russia (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1988); and Village Mothers: Three Generations of Change in Russia and Tataria (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2000).
The defeat of Zinovevs faction at the 14 (th) Congress of the Bolshevik Party in December 1925 led to Matorins exile to Pskov and then to Kazan, where he became deputy chairman of the Tatarias SVB Central Council.