- Fer·ga·na also Fer·gha·na (f r-gä n ) or Far·gho·na (-g n ). A city of eastern Uzbekistan southwest of Andijon.
- 1 ANALYSIS OF SECURITY VULNERABILITIES IN BIOMETRIC
- ANALYSIS OF SECURITY VULNERABILITIES IN BIOMETRIC SYSTEMS.
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- Fargana Mehtiyeva. Azerbaijan: SPS Project. Galina Kozlova.
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- FARGHANA INSTITUTE. Love, Peace & Knowledge. “I was first introduced to Farghana.
- Report of preliminary investigations of soil and water in Batken
- These tailings do represent a potential treat to the water quality in the Fargana valley as any leakages drain directly down into the basin.
- An Outlet for Afghan Women Online
- The initial contributors were recruited through friends in Kabul; these women in turn referred others from farther afield, in Herat, Fargana, Kandahar and elsewhere.
- The Silk Road Project – Fargana Qasimova
- Mugham vocalist Fargana Qasimova is a member of the Silk Road Ensemble.
- Fargana - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Fargana
- Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Fargana. Fargana. Information about Fargana in the Hutchinson encyclopedia.
- Alim and Fargana Qasimov - Aga Khan Music Initiative - AKDN
- Alim Qasimov and his daughter Fargana exemplify the explosive artistic energy that results when a powerful musical model ignites the spark of young talent.
- Music of Central Asia Vol. 6: Alim and Fargana Qasimov
- 6: Alim and Fargana Qasimov: Spiritual Music of Azerbaijan. Alim and Fargana Qasimov SFW40525.
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