Plakha | Article about Plakha by The Free Dictionary
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(1) The pieces of a log that has been split in two.
(2) A wooden block on which the head of a person sentenced to death was chopped off; the scaffold on which an execution was carried out.
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After his speech, Jeenbekov presented the library 200 books, collection of works, a bronze statue of the writer and statues of the wolf Tashchainar and wolf Akbar, the characters of the writer's book "Plakha
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[The Executioner's Block] (1987).
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