Kirghizia


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Kir·ghi·zia

 (kîr-gē′zhə, -zhē-ə)
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Kirghizia

(kɜːˈɡɪzɪə) or

Kirgizia

n
(Placename) the former Russian name for Kyrgyzstan
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Kir•ghi•zia

(kɪrˈgi ʒə, -ʒi ə)

n.
former name of Kyrgyzstan. Former official name, Kirghiz′ So′viet So′cialist Repub′lic.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Kirghizia - a landlocked republic in west central Asia bordering on northwestern ChinaKirghizia - a landlocked republic in west central Asia bordering on northwestern China; formerly an Asian soviet but became independent in 1991
CIS, Commonwealth of Independent States - an alliance made up of states that had been Soviet Socialist Republics in the Soviet Union prior to its dissolution in Dec 1991
Bishkek, Biskek, capital of Kyrgyzstan, Frunze - the capital of Kyrgyzstan (known as Frunze 1926-1991)
Asia - the largest continent with 60% of the earth's population; it is joined to Europe on the west to form Eurasia; it is the site of some of the world's earliest civilizations
Pamir Mountains, the Pamirs - a mountain range in central Asia that is centered in Tajikistan but extends into Kyrgyzstan and Afghanistan and Pakistan and western China
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Translations

Kirghizia

Kirgizia [ˌkɜːˈgɪzɪə] NKirguizia f
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Kirghizia

[kɜːrˈgɪziə] nKirghizistan m
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Kirghizia

nKirgisien nt
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Kirghizia

[ˌkɜːˈgɪzɪə] nKirghizistan m
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From 1956 to 1958, he was the head of one of the departments of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Kyrgyzstan, and from 1958 to 1961, he was the First Secretary of the Frunze City Committee of the Communist Party of Kirghizia.
I pity children taking Hekasi class today, because, compared to my childhood when Russia was simply USSR, students may be asked to enumerate the other Soviet republics, now independent countries, that existed from 1956 to 1991: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belorussia, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kirghizia, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldavia, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenia, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.
The Ministry of Agriculture, regarding this issue, considered it necessary to send two representatives of the Kirghiz Republic to Kuldja in order to conduct "a selection of families" who used to reside in Soviet Kirghizia or who had close relatives in the south of the Republic (TsGA OPD KR 1959a).
Destinations for beef exports from China over this period include Kirghizia, Kuwait, Hong Kong, North Korea, and Malaysia, among other countries.
World Distribution: Afghanistan, China, India, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kirghizia, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan (Sorokina, 2009; Ghorpade and Shehzad, 2013).
Other distinguished women on the list are: Eleonora Mitrofanova, a Russian diplomat who also served as Deputy Director General of Paris-based UNESCO; Roza Otunbayeva, a Kyrgyz diplomat who twice served as foreign minister of the former Soviet Kirghizia; Rene Jones-Bos, a Dutch diplomat who served as Netherlands ambassador to Russia, and Alva Myrdal, a Swedish diplomat who also served in the UNESCO system, where she studied the problems of disarmament.
Chromosomal Q-polymorphism in Russians living in Kirghizia. Hum Genet 62: 258-260.
After 700 fighters of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, a militant Islamist group, broke through the Uzbek border from Kirghizia in 1999, local media were persistent in reporting that Karimov had cleansed Uzbekistan of all radicals.
Empils products are popular among the customers and presented in wholesale and retail chains in Russia, Kazakhstan, Tadzhikistan, Kirghizia, Turkmenistan and Mongolia.
An exhibition dedicated to women in labor and socio-political life of Soviet Kirghizia will be held at the Olga Manuilova House Memorial Museum from 7 to 29 May, Public Foundation ArtFAQt reports.
Such varieties include "Osh Kirghizia" (also called Small Shining Light), "Golden Midget," "Early Canada," "Sweet Siberian," and "Melitopolski."
from the fact that Kirghizia and Armenia are the states which have officially expressed their wish to join.