Leninabad


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Le·nin·a·bad

 (lĕn′ĭ-nə-bäd′)

Leninabad

(Russian lɪninaˈbat)
n
(Placename) the former name (1937–91) of Khojent

Le•ni•na•bad

(ˈlɛn ɪ nəˌbɑd)

n.
former name (1936–91) of Khodzhent.
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Henri Weber was born in Leninabad (now Khujand) in 1994 and was elected to the European Parliament twice - in 2004 and 2009.
case- Malariotherapy date patients Chesson Papua New Guinea, 145 No circa 1944 Hlebnikovo Moscow Oblast, 19 Yes 1948 Holland Netherlands, 52 Yes circa 1928 Korea North Korea, 21 Yes 1953 Leninabad Tajikistan, 33 Yes 1950 Madagascar Madagascar, 83 Yes 1925 McCoy Florida, USA, 70 Yes 1931 Moscow Moscow, 1950 55 Yes NICA (Nicaragua) Nicaragua, 6 No circa 1970 Nahicevan Azerbaijan, 5 Yes 1937 Naro-Fominsk Moscow Oblast, 21 Yes 1946 Panama Panama, circa 10 No 1970 Rjazan Ryazan, Russia 21 Yes circa 1945 St.
The 23-metre (75 feet) monument to the founder of the Soviet state had stood in Tajikistan s second largest city of Khujand -- formerly called Leninabad -- for two decades after the Soviet Union crumbled.
1 A man soaks in a private room at Garm Chashma, a Soviet resort built in the Tajik Pamir mountains in 1957 next to mineral water springs; 2 A covered woman in the former Soviet republic of Kyrgyzstan; 3 The water that nourishes the whole region comes from melting glaciers and snow in the mountains of Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan; 4 The cityscape of Khujand viewed through a dusty and cracked window of the Leninabad hotel; 5 Villagers near the border of Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan