Osh

[food] Osh (ош, also called palav, палав) is a popular Tajik dish consisting of rice cooked with meat and oil, similar to pilaf or biryani dishes found throughout Western and Central Asia. Osh is a specialty dish prepared by Tajik men on festive occasions. Aside from the basic ingredients, shredded carrot, garlic, or other vegetables...
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Osh

City and capital of Osh duban (oblast), southwestern Kyrgyzstan, at the eastern end of the Fergana Valley, 50 km/31 mi southeast of Andijon in Uzbekistan; population (1995) 250,000. Osh is...
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Osh

city, southwestern Kyrgyzstan. The city lies at an elevation of 3,300 feet (1,000 metres) on the Akbura River where it emerges from the Alay ...
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OSH

Office on Smoking and Health. CDC.
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OSH

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Osh

Osh (ôsh) , city (1993 pop. 233,300), capital of Osh region, S Kyrgyzstan, in the Fergana Valley. Terminus of the Osh-Khorugh highway, Osh has silk, textile, and food-processing industries. One of the oldest settlements of Central Asia, Osh was for centuries a major silk-production center, str...
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OSH

Outside hospital
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