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Southeastern (Chagatai, or Uighur) group, including Uzbek and Uighur, as well
as Sariq (“Yellow”) Uighur and Salar. 2. Southwestern (Oghuz, or Turkmen)
group, including Turkish (Ottoman Turkish); Gagauz, Azerbaijani (Azeri); other
Uighurs 238 4,200,000 people in the Sinkiang Uighur Autonomous Region, in
northwestern China, and by about 173,000 in the U.S.S.R., chiefly in the Uzbek
S.S.R. The modern Uighur lan£ called Taranchi in Russia before the ussian ...
Urumchi remains a Uighur city, with Uighur as its chief language; most of its
population are Muslim, but there are also Kazakh, Tun£ and Manchu minorities.
Much effort has n devoted to building a Uighur cultural base. There are many
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