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Kaz·bek

 (käz-bĕk′), Mount
A dormant volcano, 5,047 m (16,558 ft) high, of northern Georgia in the central Caucasus. Towering above a nearby pass, it is the subject of many legends.

Kazbek

(kɑːzˈbɛk)
n
(Placename) Mount Kazbek an extinct volcano in N Georgia in the central Caucasus Mountains. Height: 5047 m (16 558 ft)

Kaz•bek

(kɑzˈbɛk)

n.
Mount, an extinct volcano in the central Caucasus Mountains between the Georgian Republic and the Russian Federation. 16,541 ft. (5042 m).
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The document was signed by Vugar Zeynalov, ASK Vice President, and Kazbek Tuganov, President of the Commerce and Industry Chamber of North Ossetia - Alania.
Kazbek Miyarov, the initiator of the action, said this on social networks.
Positioned above the village, we were greeted with an incredible view of the mighty Mount Kazbek and the valley below.
[South Korean parliamentarians] are also ready to join this work, we met, they are interested in having such a platform created," Kazbek Taysaev, the head of the group, said.
Nektarios Toursidis was director of Stavropol University's dance ensemble Kazbek before creating the Romiosini ensemble in Limassol in 1996.
15 criminal cases were launched in the energy sector and total amount of damage was 62,778,000 soms over 2017, said the State Service for Combating Economic Crimes representative Kazbek Mamazunuyev said.
Kazbek, 1905 Year Street, 2a, Moscow, 123022; +7 495 651-81-00;
The delegation [of parliamentary members] to North Korea will be formed and headed by Kazbek Taisayev as the coordinator of the MP group on cooperation with North Korea's parliament," Slutsky said.
Guler Doganay (1), Perihan Ekmekgi (1), Baturay Kansu Kazbek (1), Hakan Yilmaz (1), Gulbanu Erkan (2), Filiz Tuzuner (1)
Later in the bronze-medal competition, the Persian Greco-Roman fighter pulled out a firm and decisive 8-0 victory over Kazbek Kilou of Belarus.