or Ingushetiya or Ingush Republic geographical name autonomous republic S Russia in Europe N of Caucasus Mts. capital Nazran' area 1242 square miles (3217 square kilometers), population 1,234,000

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  • Ingushetia — altIngushia o Ingushetia/alt ► República federada de Rusia, al N del Cáucaso; 4 300 km2 y 300 000 h. Cap., Nazran. Se formó en 1992 con la partición de la República de los Chechén e Ingush …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Ingushetia — ingusetio tia, Ingushetia → Ingusetia …   Diccionario panhispánico de dudas

  • Ingushetia — noun A republic of Russia in the Caucasus region, with capital Magas. See Also: Ingush …   Wiktionary

  • Ingushetia —  (or Ingushetiya). Russian republic …   Bryson’s dictionary for writers and editors

  • Ingushetia — In•gu•she•tia [[t]ˌɪn gʊˈʃi ʃə[/t]] n. geg an autonomous republic of the Russian Federation, in Caucasia. Cap.: Nazran …   From formal English to slang

  • Ingushetia — /ɪŋguʃˈɛtiə/ (say inggoohsh eteeuh) noun a republic within Russia; formerly part of the Checheno Ingush Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic in Russia within the Soviet Union; division into two republics in 1992; territory disputed with North… …   Australian English dictionary

  • — (formerly ) is a non government Ingush news agency and web site and was owned by Magomed Yevloyev. Its server is located in the United icon [ Ингушетию.Ру атакуют хакеры и… …   Wikipedia

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