Circassian


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Circassian

a language or languages spoken in Circassia, belonging to the North-West Caucasian family
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say, also, that the new crop of Circassians is looking extremely
As a Circassian, Barquq freed himself in 1363 to establish his own dominance with the help of Circassian Mamluks in 1382.
Upon Esref's return to Anatolia, Mustafa Kemal tasked him to raise local Circassian leaders against the Greeks.
Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum in Long Island City, a sculpture calledRed Seed, 1928-- Aromatic as a sandalwood tree of Circassian seeds.
For the half-Texan, half-Jordanian (with Circassian ancestry) Habjouqa, the ratio of 80 percent women students was a revelation.
Johnson's paternal great-grandfather was Ali Kemal Bey, a Turkish journalist of Turkish and Circassian origins.
SPECTACLE: Circassian dances are popular all across the world for their style and moves.
The gunstock available for the Patriot's Classic, Featherweight Thumbhole, Heritage, Platinum, Prairie Hunter, ProVarmint and Varmint Thumbhole designs includes Blaze Orange laminate, Circassian high-grade walnut blanks as well as Deer, Coyote and Cold Dead Fingers themed pattern panels.
While frequently the presence of Circassian women (and their cuisine) is mentioned in the context of Circassian concubines brought to Egypt as consorts of its Turkish aristocrats and rulers, it bears keeping in mind that this was not the case for all Circassian women in Egypt, particularly by the 20th century when they formed a kind of indigenous elite.
29, 2015 Ankara Caucasus Foundations Federation (Kafeed) congress, there was supposed to be a meeting of the World Circassian Union.
5 million Arab, Bedouin, Druze and Circassian minority citizens to voluntarily surrender their guns.
The five-day festival is to present dancing performances from the Circassian, Armenian, Kurdish and Syriac Assyrian heritage in a reference to the richness the Syrian heritage and the harmony of the Syrians.