- Karachai-cherkess republic definition at Dictionary.com, a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it up now!
- Transitivity asymmetries in Cherkess causatives¹
- Transitivity asymmetries in Cherkess causatives¹. Causatives in polysynthetic languages.
- New Species of the Tenebrionid Beetle Genus Cylindronotus Fald
- Abstract—Two new species of the genus Cylindronotus Fald. from the North Caucasus are described: C. dom- baicus sp.
- Ramadan in Russia: Faith rules despite long fasting hours
- Major Islamic communities are concentrated among the minority nationalities residing between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea: the Adyghs, Balkars, Bashkirs, Chechens, Cherkess, Ingush, Kabardins, Karachay, and numerous Dagestani nationalities.
- Adyghe people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The exonym Cherkess is applied to the Adyghe by the Turkic peoples (principally Kyrgyz, Tatar and Turkish) and the Russians.
- Cherkess Trailer Turkish version - YouTube
- Dec 15, 2009 This is the final promo trailer for the film Cherkess with Turkish subtitles.
- Cherkess People (Israel)
- Jul 7, 2007 The Cherkess people immigrated from their land in 1879 after it was taken over by the Russians.
- The Cherkess
- The Cherkess live in Karachai-Cherkessia, North West Caucasus. Tribal loyalties are strong among the Cherkess.
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