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Two dialects are attested: Tocharian A (Turfanian), preserved in the Buddhist
monasteries in the area of Turfan in the east; and Tocharian B (Kuchean), found
chiefly in the area of Kucha in the west but also in the Turfan area. The Tocharian
It also refers to the grass ground cover (i.e., sod) commercially cultivated and
used for landscaping. habitat and growth structures 8:282d turfgrass industry and
species grown 8:11 13d Turfan, Western conventional for Chinese T'U-LU-FAN, ...
On May 16, 1877, with the fall of Yakub's capital city of Turfan, the kingdom of
Kashgaria came to an end, and Yakub committed suicide. Kashgaria
independence movement 18:798b Yakushi (Buddha): see Bhaisajyaguru.
Yakushi-ji, temple ...
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