Kazakstan

NOUN
  1. a landlocked republic to the south of Russia and to the northeast of the Caspian Sea; the original Turkic-speaking inhabitants were overrun by Mongols in the 13th century; an Asian soviet from 1936 to 1991
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How To Use Kazakstan In A Sentence

  • The three refineries in Atyrau, Pavlodar and Shymkent are still unable to meet domestic demand and export requirements, which explains why Kazakstan still imports a quarter of the fuel and lubricants it consumes from Russia, where these items cost more. Kazaks Struggle With Oil and Food Prices
  • He has a checkered past as a park ranger, ferry naturalist, and Peace Corps volunteer in Kazakstan.
  • US diplomatic representation: chief of mission: A.bassador A. Elizabeth JONES embassy: 99/97 Furmanova Street, A.maty, Republic of Kazakstan 480012 mailing address: use embassy street address telephone: [7] (3272) 63-39-05, 63-13-75, 63-24-26 The 1996 CIA Factbook
  • He has a checkered past as a park ranger, ferry naturalist, and Peace Corps volunteer in Kazakstan.
  • The Russian word for Cossack is Kazak Kozak is acceptable; a Kazakh is a citizen of Kazakhstan, which I'm afraid is now spelled Kazakstan. languagehat.com: IDIOCENTRISM.
  • The management activity case of railroad of Kazakstan Si Tan at present good.
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