Kurdistan

[ US /ˈkɝdɪˌstæn/ ]
NOUN
  1. an extensive geographical region in the Middle East to the south of the Caucasus
  2. an oriental rug woven by Kurds that is noted for fine colors and durability
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How To Use Kurdistan In A Sentence

  • The Kurdistan militia, known as the peshmerga, was put on alert Friday, and sent to the Turkish-Iraqi border that day. Iraqi Kurds Call for Turkish Troops to Leave
  • Kurdistan was the scene of devastation, genocide and war, and is now a promising territory in the Middle East," the British-educated engineer said in a well-practised pitch. Kurdistan pitches to western investors as secure gateway to Iraq
  • The worst place for deaths was Baghdad - 45,497, followed by MND north (which is the region that goes from Baghdad up to Kurdistan) where another 34,210 died. Wikileaks Iraq: data journalism maps every death
  • They unfortunately entered harsh and rugged Kurdistan just as winter was setting in, they tried to cross the mountains before the snows made them impassable but got bogged down halfway across.
  • Kurdish Shepherd in Kurdistan moating near Qandil area WN.com - Articles related to Calgary man among 30 dead in Iraq hotel blaze
  • Kurdistan does not express any historicity and the various peoples claimed by the terrorist leaderships as theirs are not theirs and do not desire the formation of a ´Kurdistan´ because they know that a development of this sort would endanger their historical continuity. American Chronicle
  • I was born with the olfactory powers of a bloodhound, which is a blessing at fine restaurants but not in the city of Sulaimani, or Suli, in Iraqi Kurdistan. City Journal
  • The nomadic tribes live in the mountains of Iraqi Kurdistan as they have for thousands of years.
  • Massud Barzani's mother solved the problem between Barazani and Talabani they called the strategical partnership (it is really dividing the Kurdistan wealth as a game). OpEdNews
  • Iraqi Kurdistan was de facto independent from the central Iraqi government between the Persian Gulf War and the Iraq War, but could not declare statehood out of fear of losing international support.
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