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Adygei

(ˈɑːdɪˌɡeɪ; ˌɑːdɪˈɡeɪ; ˌɑːdɪˈɡɛ) or

Adyghe

npl -gei, -geis, -ghe or -ghes
1. (Peoples) a member of a Circassian people of the Northwest Caucasus
2. (Languages) the Circassian language, esp its Western dialect. Compare Kabardian
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Accompanied by Kumpilov, the ambassador met visited the Adyghe State University where he discussed with its president ways of establishing closer cooperation in the academic domain.
Starting in the 2012-2013 academic year, a new elective course entitled, "Living Languages and Dialects" was instituted in public schools in order to facilitate the teaching of indigenous minority languages on demand, and as of 2015, the Abkhaz, Adyghe, Georgian, Kurdish, Laz, and Zaza languages were being offered.
They are very close in blood, language, culture, traditions with the Adyghe. In time Adyghe adopted their brothers' and neighbours' dance.
In Chapter 2, Liudmila Nikolaeva focuses on the various and diverse syntactic and morphological means that Adyghe, or West Circassian, uses to express quantification (21-82).
In line with a protocol signed by the Adana Governor's Office, the Adana National Education Directorate and the Adana Circassian Culture Foundation, a private kindergarten in the province has begun to offer education in Adyghe, the language of the Circassians.
De ese modo, "some of Piraha supposed 'inexplicable gaps' (both linguistic and cultural) are illusory, nonexistent, or not supported by adequate evidence, and that the remaining linguistic 'gaps' are shared with languages as diverse as German, Chinese, Hebrew, Wappo, and Adyghe" (Nevins et al., 2009: 356).
Petersburgh State U.) and Shumafov (Adyghe State U., Russia) describe new methods of analysis and design of linear control systems that have been developed since the previous comprehensive overview.
Constructed on a wide base of imperial files stored in RGVIA and regional archives in Krasnodar, published Russian and English primary sources, and oral tradition, the book focuses on the Circassian Adyghe (known also as the karabadintsy).
It is his commitment for truth through artistic education and awareness that attracted the show's main producers - Adyghe and Unicycle Productions.
ANTALYA, May 20, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkey's Mediterranean University (MU) has signed a protocol for "scientific, educational and cultural cooperation" with Russia's Adyghe State University and Ukraine's Luhansk Taras Shevchenko National University on Friday.
Along with Europe's dozens of other minority languages--Ingrian, Adyghe, Arvanitika, Karaim, Skansk, Meglenitic--Frisian is battling the onslaught of linguistic globalization that is leading to a shrinking biodiversity in the world's languages.