Words nearby Kyrgyz Steppe
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Tatyana Akhmatova, a 65-year-old native of the Kyrgyz Republic who now works as a nurse the Bronx, agrees.
July 2003: Tsarnaev, then 16, is in Turkey in July 2003 for 10 days on a Kyrgyz passport, a senior Turkish official says.Why Boston Tells Us Little About Our Immigration System|Justin Green|April 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Kyrgyz people need the West to step in at this decisive hour, and help the country avoid descending into all-out civil war.
Mentally, the man of the steppe and the desert is to-day little advanced beyond his predecessors of thousands of years ago.Man And His Ancestor|Charles Morris
He dreamed he was on a bare steppe, strewn with big stones, under a lowering sky.Dream Tales and Prose Poems|Ivan Turgenev
A man traveling alone across the steppe, may be easily guessed to be a courier of the Czar.
Half an hour after the berlin was left far behind, looking only a speck on the horizon of the steppe.
She knows the steppe, and would have no fear in just taking her staff and going down the banks of the Irtych.