[koo-ban; Russian koo-bahn]
- a river flowing NW from the Caucasus Mountains to the Black and the Azov seas. 512 miles (825 km) long.
Ancient Hyp·a·nis [hip-uh-nis] /ˈhɪp ə nɪs/.
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Examples from the Web for kuban
Probably Kuban was making a rush at his foe, while I tried to get him by the neck.
I should be sorry to have to fight Kuban and Orla, with a police-staff.
You must now take Kuban in your arms, and follow this gentleman into the fort.
He lived and fought with this belief, and died for it on the banks of the Kuban.The Russian Turmoil
Anton Ivanovich Denikin
I have secured the figures for the Province of Kuban, in the Caucasus.The Romance of the Reaper
Herbert Newton Casson
- a river in SW Russia, rising in the Caucasus Mountains and flowing north and northwest to the Sea of Azov. Length: 906 km (563 miles)
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