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  • ...offshore [[oil pipeline]] from Kazakhstan to Azerbaijan, and construction of [[oil terminal]]s and [[oil tanker]]s fleet.<ref name=guliyev> | title= Transportation of Kazakhstani Oil via the Caspian Sea (TKOC). Arrangements, Actors and Intere
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  • ...international [[film festival]] held in [[Kazakhstan]]. With the exception of the 5th edition, which was held in [[Astana]], all the other editions were |1998<br>1st<ref name=english>[http://eurasiaiff.kz/en/festival/history.html History - Eurasia IFF]</ref>||{{flagicon|Kyrgyzstan}} ''[[Beshkempir]]''||{{flagico
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  • ...munitetibektashi.org">{{cite web | author= | title= The World Headquarters of the Bektashi Order&nbsp;– Tirana, Albania | publisher= komunitetibektashi ...sion.gov.iq/usan/en/articledisplay.aspx?gid=1&id=6168|publisher=[[Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Iraq)]]|access-date=18 April 2012}}</ref><br>
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  • |range=High sound of jingles, plus some have a skin with a lower sound. ...e=June 2015}} [[Central Asia]], and the [[Middle East]], but also in parts of the Russian [[polar region]]s. The simple drum is formed by attaching a ski
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  • The instrument shares some of its characteristics with the [[komuz]] and [[dutar]]. ...azy Sagyrbayuly|Kurmangazy]], who had a great influence on the development of Kazakh musical culture, including music for the dombra; his musical composi
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  • ...'''qomuz''' ([[Kyrgyz language|Kyrgyz]]: комуз {{IPA-ky|qoˈmuz}}), [[Azerbaijan|Azeri]] '''Qopuz''', Turkish '''Kopuz''', is an ancient [[fret]]less [[stri ...es and upside down. An illustration of a komuz is featured on the reverse of the [[Kyrgyzstani som|one-som note]].
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  • | Caption = [[Flag of Kazakhstan]] ...y have received the most points from {{Tsccnty|Albania|b=Bala}}, {{Tsccnty|Azerbaijan|b=Bala}}, {{Tsccnty|Belarus|b=Bala}}, {{Tsccnty|Găgăuzia|b=Bala}}, {{Tscc
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  • {{For|the Kazakh television station of the same name|Kazakhstan (channel)}} |conventional_long_name = {{nowrap|Republic of Kazakhstan}}
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  • ...onal level, Nesterenko was born in [[Ukraine]] and has actually spent more of his career there than with clubs in [[Kazakhstan]]. ...ka. He spent two years at Metalurh, making over twenty appearances in each of his seasons there.
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  • ...r]], and bronze from the [[2007 World Wrestling Championships]] in [[Baku, Azerbaijan]], representing her adopted nation [[Kazakhstan]]. ...s most prominent female wrestlers in its sporting history. She is a member of Yunost Rossii Wrestling Club in [[Almetyevsk]], and is coached and trained
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  • ...th [[Nacre|mother of pearl]] [[caviar spoon]]s to avoid tainting the taste of the caviar.]] ...tes that "pasteurized caviar doesn't taste as good or have the consistency of fresh caviar, and caviar lovers avoid it." ( in Judith C. Sutton, ''Champag
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  • ...cuisine|Afghanistan]], [[Armenian cuisine|Armenia]], [[Azerbaijani cuisine|Azerbaijan]], [[Palestinian cuisine|Palestine]], [[Iranian cuisine|Iran]], [[Iraqi cui ...sour milk]] by forming it and letting it dry. It can be made in a variety of forms, including rolled into balls, sliced into strips, and formed into chu
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  • ...n was named [[Footballer of the Year in Russia (Futbol)|Russian Footballer of the Year]]. ...ing the most expensive player in Arsenal's history at the time, with a fee of £15&nbsp;million. He was an important first team player at Arsenal in his
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  • ...symbol]] that was conceived during the [[Russian Revolution]]. At the time of creation, the [[hammer]] stood for industrial laborers and the [[sickle]] f ...the world, some with local variations. Today, even after the [[dissolution of the Soviet Union]], the hammer and sickle remains commonplace in [[Russia]]
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  • == Symbol of communism == ...of the [[Working class|worker's]] hand, as well as the [[Continent#Number of continents|five continents]]. A lesser-known suggestion{{Citation needed|da
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  • | caption = Logo of the ELCROS | associations = [[Lutheran World Federation|LWF]], [[Conference of European Churches|CCE]]
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  • | company_slogan = ''From the Heart of Eurasia'' ...а}}) is the principal airline and the [[flag carrier]] of the [[Republic of Kazakhstan]], based in [[Almaty]], Kazakhstan.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://ai
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  • [[File:Air Kazakhstan Airbus A310-300 MRD-1.jpg|thumb|An [[Airbus A310]] of Air Kazakhstan at 13 January 2004.]] [[File:Air Kazakhstan Tupolev Tu-154M Maiwald.jpg|thumb|An [[Tupolev Tu-154]] of Air Kazakhstan at 5 August 2003.]]
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  • The '''Baku Initiative''' is an international initiative of the [[European Union]].<ref name=iea> ...he [[Black Sea]], [[Caspian Sea]] and their neighbours, undertaken as part of the [[INOGATE]] energy and [[TRACECA]] transport programmes.<ref name=icbss
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  • | location_map_text = Location of the Tengiz Field on the coast of Caspian Sea ...orthwestern [[Kazakhstan]]'s low-lying wetlands along the northeast shores of the [[Caspian Sea]]. It covers a {{convert|2500|km2|mi2|abbr=on}} project l
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  • ..._of_Baharden_on_the_Transcaspian_Railway.jpg|right|300px|thumb|The station of [[Baharly]] on the Trans-Caspian Railway, c. 1890]] ...the Russian defeat of [[Khokand]]. Originally it served a military purpose of facilitating the [[Imperial Russian Army]] in actions against the local res
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  • ...chwirtz" /> Thieves in law are drawn from many nationalities from a number of post-Soviet states.<ref name="Schwirtz">{{cite news | url=https://www.nytim == History ==
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  • ...genous = [[:kk:Қазақ тілінің диалектілері|Dialects of Kazakh language]] ...atar language|Tatar]]; [[Kyrgyz language|Kyrgyz]]; [[Azerbaijan language|Azerbaijan]]; [[Korean language|Korean]];
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  • ...lus 9,593 Turkish nationals<ref>{{cite web |author=Rep. of Turkey Ministry of Labour and Social Security|title=YURTDISINDAKI VATANDASLARIMIZLA ILGILI SAY == History ==
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  • ...97, members of the Bai-Uly tribe confederation numbered 600,000, or 16.2% of all Kazakhs. ...e Albani tribe. It has also been suggested that the Alasha are descendents of [[Alans]].
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  • ...tion census 2001|work=[[Ukrainian Census (2001)|State Statistics Committee of Ukraine]]|date=5 December 2001|accessdate=5 August 2007|deadurl=yes|archive ...p="nb">Statistics include non-primary ancestry reports. "Ukrainians" being of partial descent figured in numbers.</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=2011 Nationa
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  • ==History== ...cal records, Armenian warriors and traders once moved freely in many parts of Central Asia, often fighting alongside local warlords in return for trading
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  • | region1 = {{flag|Russia}} (excluding the Republic of Crimea) | region8 = {{flagcountry|Azerbaijan}}
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  • ...f name="census">[http://www.perepis2002.ru/index.html?id=17 Russian Census of 2002] {{webarchive |url=https://web.archive.org/web/20141006000000/http://w ...www.joshuaproject.net/people-profile.php?peo3=11317&rog3=KZ |title=Chechen of Kazakhstan Ethnic People Profile |publisher=Joshuaproject.net |date=1991-10
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  • ...ulation 2001|work=Ukraine Census 2001|publisher=State Statistics Committee of Ukraine|accessdate=27 September 2012}}</ref> | region7 = {{flag|Azerbaijan}}
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  • ...]|Demographics of Uzbekistan|a list of notable people from Uzbekistan|List of Uzbeks}} | ref11 =<ref name="USCB">{{cite web|title=PLACE OF BIRTH FOR THE FOREIGN-BORN POPULATION IN THE UNITED STATES, Universe: Forei
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  • ...of Russia, regardless of ethnicity|Citizenship of Russia|and|Demographics of Russia|other uses|Russian (disambiguation)}} ...Conference on Status of Russian Language Abroad|publisher=Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs|date= |accessdate=24 June 2014}}</ref>
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  • |name = Bar Sauma<br/><small>(Son of Fasting)</small> |church = [[Church of the East|Nestorian Church]]
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  • |map_caption = Member states of the ECO ...= "Sustainable socioeconomic development for the people of the region"
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  • |image_flag = Flag of the Eurasian Economic Union.svg |image_symbol = Emblem of the Eurasian Economic Union.svg
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  • ...Aktau and the sea; Aktau Mosque; Rocky seacoast of [[Caspian Sea]]; statue of Shevchenko monument; MiG jet monument; Ship that resembles trading monument |subdivision_type = [[Countries of the world|Country]]
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  • ...nded in 2001 and its pavilion is the [[Tulpar Sportcomplex]] with capacity of 400 seated spectators. ==History==
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  • | image_shield = Coat of arms of Atyrau.svg | population_footnotes = <ref>Agency of statistics of the Republic of Kazakhstan: [http://www.stat.kz/digital/naselsenie/2012/2013/%D0%BC%D0%B0%D
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  • | map_caption = Map of Kazakhstan, location of Mangystau Province highlighted | subdivision_type = [[List of sovereign states|Country]]
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  • |basin_countries = [[Azerbaijan]], [[Iran]], [[Kazakhstan]], [[Russia]], [[Turkmenistan]] |islands = [[:Category:Islands of the Caspian Sea|26+]]
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  • |office1 = First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Kazakh SSR |office2 = Secretary of the Kazakh Regional Committee [[All-Union Communist Party (bolsheviks)|All-
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  • ...e, running through China and [[Kazakhstan]]. As of November 2007, about 1% of the $600 billion in goods shipped from Asia to Europe each year were delive ...e former [[Soviet Union]] use a wider [[rail gauge]] than most of the rest of Europe as well as China. Recently, however, the Trans-Siberian has regained
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  • ...n Hazrat-e Turkestan, Kazakhstan.jpg|thumb|right|300px|View of [[Mausoleum of Khoja Ahmed Yasawi]]]] ...vel and tourism industry GDP in Kazakhstan is $3.08 billion or 1.6 percent of total GDP. The WEF ranks Kazakhstan 81st in its 2017 report, which four pos
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  • {{About|the series of trade routes|other uses|Silk Road (disambiguation)}} | map_alt = Map of Eurasia with drawn lines for overland and maritime routes
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  • ...rdLife International | title = ''Cygnus olor'' | journal = [[IUCN Red List of Threatened Species]] | volume= 2012 | page = e.T22679839A40128183 | publish ...987 |title=Wildfowl: An Identification Guide to the Ducks, Geese and Swans of the World |publisher=A & C Black |isbn=0-7470-2201-1}}</ref> Measuring {{co
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  • ...ndia]] and [[China]] in swamps and shallow lakes. The nest is a crude heap of vegetation. ...rispus,'' has been described from [[fossil]]s recovered at [[Binagady]], [[Azerbaijan]].
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  • ...lubridæ Aglyphæ, part.'' London: Trustees of the British Museum (Natural History). (Taylor and Francis, printers). xiii + 448 pp. + Plates I-XXVIII. (''Zame ...ieri''''', commonly called the '''spotted whip snake''', is a [[species]] of [[snake]] found in [[Western Asia]], [[Central Asia]], and [[South-central
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  • ...RW, [[Jonathan A. Campbell|Campbell JA]], Touré T. 1999. ''Snake Species of the World: A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference, vol. 1.'' Herpetologists' ...-1.</ref> Halys pit viper,<ref name="Ste71">Steward JW. 1971. ''The Snakes of Europe''. Cranbury, New Jersey: Associated University Press (Fairleigh Dick
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  • ...differentiis, synonymis, locis. Tomus I |year=1758 |edition=[[10th edition of Systema Naturae|10th]] |publisher=Laurentius Salvius |location=Stockholm |p | range_map_caption = Range of ''V.&nbsp;murinus'' in Eurasia
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  • ...-12}} Database entry includes a brief justification of why this species is of least concern</ref> ...2010}}</ref><ref name=Harris>{{cite web|last=Harris|first=S|title=Mammals of the British Isles|publisher=The Mammal Society|author2=Yalden, D. W }}</ref
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