Kabardino-balkar republic



/ˌkæbəˈdiːnəʊˌbælkə/
noun
1.
a constituent republic of S Russia, on the N side of the Caucasus Mountains. Capital: Nalchik. Pop: 900 500 (2002). Area: 12 500 sq km (4825 sq miles) Also called Kabardino-Balkaria (kæbəˌdiːnəʊbælˈkɑːrɪə)

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