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And in the town of Caucasia, the criminals have taken on the guise of moralists.The Facebook Hit List Murders
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Kabardia is considered as a school of good manners in Caucasia; the Kabardian dress sets the fashion to all the mountaineers.
At the end of the decade in question he used the epithets Mongolian, thiopian, and Caucasian (Caucasia varietas).Man and His Migrations
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In the winter of 1843-4, eight-and-twenty ships left the coast of Asia Minor for that of Caucasia.
They are permitted to settle in addition in two interior Governments, those of Astrakhan and Caucasia.
The southern boundary of Caucasia is in part coincident with the river Aras (Araxes), in part purely conventional and political.
- a region in SW Russia, Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan, between the Caspian Sea and the Black Sea: contains the Caucasus Mountains, dividing it into Ciscaucasia in the north and Transcaucasia in the south; one of the most complex ethnic areas in the world, with over 50 different peoplesAlso called: the Caucasus
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