[ US /ˈkɪɹɡɪˌstæn, ˌkɪɹˈɡiˌstɑn/ ]
  1. a landlocked republic in west central Asia bordering on northwestern China; formerly an Asian soviet but became independent in 1991
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How To Use Kyrgyzstan In A Sentence

  • The source of this drumming turns out to be a rudimentary wind turbine, erected on the arid plains of Kyrgyzstan. The Times Literary Supplement
  • Von Hagens has presented much documentation that his plastination shops in Dalian, China, and Kyrgyzstan are run according to local law, and that the remains were all donated with informed consent. The Lampshade
  • Kyrgyzstan has expelled U.S. forces from an air base that was a key link in supplying our troops in Afghanistan; “Smart Power”: Month One
  • The brother hl 2040 toner cartridge unnerving reassuringly donatist to the carduus of all megathere sheepcote with the kyrgyzstan of navigational blanketed midstream. Rational Review
  • Take the example of Kyrgyzstan, once an "island of democracy" in Central Asia, that is now, with U.S. support, backsliding into the authoritarianism of its neighbors. The Kyrgyz Challenge
  • But the brutal murder of Gennady Pavlyuk, 51, one of the most prominent Kyrgyzstani journalists, in neighbouring Kazakhstan was shocking even by local standards.
  • Kyrgyzstan is the only country to host a Russian and a US military airbase. Times, Sunday Times
  • In order to prevent the power station turbines from stopping, they had to limit electricity supply across the country and even lay responsibility for power generation for the northern Kyrgyzstan to the Bishkek heat station, which was already running out of gas, coal and mazut. Ferghana.Ru news agency
  • When Kyrgyzstan's authoritarian president, Kurmanbek Bakiyev, was overthrown in April, U.S. officials who rushed to Bishkek to show support for his successor received a tongue-lashing from the new Kyrgyz government, which claimed that opaque jet fuel deals had enriched the deposed regime. Kyrgyz contracts fly under the radar
  • Mirsulzhan notices inactiveness of the Kyrgyz blogosphere, but uploads a photo of the Kyrgyzstan's State Flag on the Government's House with the muslims moon and star pictures in its flagpole (KYR).
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