Bashkir


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Bashkir

(bæʃˈkɪə)
npl -kir or -kirs
1. (Peoples) a member of a Mongoloid people of E central Russia, living chiefly in the Bashkir Republic
2. (Languages) the language of this people, belonging to the Turkic branch of the Altaic family
Translations
башкирски език
baixkir
baškirskýbaškirština
basjkirsk
Baŝkira lingvo
baskir
زبان باشقیر
baškiiri
bachkirbashkir
बाश्किर भाषा
baskír
bahasa Bashkir
baškiro
バシキール語
바시키르어
baškirųbaškirų kalba
baškīru valoda
Basjkiers
basjkirsk
baszkirski
bachquirbasquir
başchir
baškirščina
basjkiriska
ภาษาบัชคีร์
Başkurtça
башкирська мова
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In the Bashkir Scientific Research Institute of Agriculture, the Ufa Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, a co-ordination session of the co-executors of the Ekada program is taking place - the joint work of seed breeders on spring soft wheat.
We expect stagnation of operating revenue over the medium term due to revised allocation of excise duty and corporate income tax proceeds and lower dividends from the republic's minority shareholdings (Bashneft (BBB-/Stable) and Bashkir Soda Company).
Some of their broadcasts are in the Tatar and Bashkir languages.
1) Department of General and Clinical Pharmacology, Izhevsk State Medical Academy, Russia, (2) Department of Biological Chemistry, Bashkir State Medical University, Russia, (3) Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Bashkir State Medical University, Russia
But one could take more substantial heed of Tatar and Bashkir intermediaries as well.
Previously their only option was to type in Russian, which is similar but not the same as their native Bashkir.
The topics include the collapse and rebuilding of grain procurement authority in Civil War Russia: the case of Penza in 1919, national and social revolution in the empire's west: Estonian independence and the Russian Civil War 1917-20, Bashkir loyalists and the question of autonomy: Gabdulkhai Kurbangaliev in the Russian Revolution and Civil War, the unemployed movement in Odessa in 1917: social and national revolutions between Petrograd and Kiev, and echoes of the International across the historiographies.
Muslim Bashkir Tatar star Nureyev was born in 1938 aboard the Trans-Siberian Express in the Soviet Union and was one of the biggest stars in ballet until his death in 1993.
A creative meeting of a group of Bashkir cinematographers led by Director of the Bashkortostan Film Studio Azamat Khuzhakhmetov with film people of Kyrgyzstan took place at the Cinema House named after Chingiz Aitmatov.
First, one should know that the main Muslim minorities in Russia are not Chechen or Dagestani (from North Caucasus) but rather Tatar (the 2nd ethnic group in Russia, and a third of the Russian Muslims) and Bashkir (the 4th ethnic group in Russia, 11% of the Muslims).
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According to a report in The Moscow Times, Tata Motors is looking at the Bashkir trolleybus factory, which is located in the Ural Mountains, as a possible production facility, and that the company's officials had toured the factory to gauge its technological capacity.