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, and in northeastern Tibet to northern and eastern China. Upper parts of male Koklass Pheasant are covered with silver-grey plumage streaked velvety-black down the centre of each feather, and it has the unique feature of a black head, chestnut breast and prominent white patches on the sides of neck. The females differ from males in above characters and instead their upper parts are covered with pale brown plumage. Both sexes, however, have distinct elongated tails tipped with pale feathers. The males are known to weigh about 1135–1415g and the females, about 1025–1135g, with the body length varying from 58 – 64 cm and 18 – 22 cm respectively. 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Hashim Jalilul Alam Aqamaddin, Sultan of Brunei (1885–1906) * '''Afghanistan''' - Abdur Rahman Khan, King of Afghanistan (List of leaders of Afghanistan) (1880–1901) * '''China''' (Qing Dynasty) - Guangxu (Guangxu Emperor of China), Emperor of China (1875–1908) Asia * '''Afghanistan''' - Abdur Rahman Khan, King of Afghanistan (List of leaders of Afghanistan) (1880–1901) * '''China''' (Qing Dynasty) - Guangxu (Guangxu Emperor of China), Emperor of China (1875–1908) Asia * '''Afghanistan''' - Abdur Rahman Khan, King of Afghanistan (List of leaders of Afghanistan) (1880–1901) * '''China''' (Qing Dynasty) - Guangxu (Guangxu Emperor of China), Emperor of China (1875–1908) Asia * '''Afghanistan''' - Abdur Rahman Khan, King of Afghanistan (List of leaders of Afghanistan) (1880–1901) * '''China''' (Qing Dynasty) - Guangxu (Guangxu Emperor of China), Emperor of China (1875–1908) Asia * '''Afghanistan''' - Abdur Rahman Khan, King of Afghanistan (List of leaders of Afghanistan) (1880–1901) * '''China''' (Qing Dynasty) - 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Abdur Rahman Khan, King of Afghanistan (List of leaders of Afghanistan) (1880–1901) * '''China''' (Qing Dynasty) - Guangxu (Guangxu Emperor of China), Emperor of China (1875–1908) * '''Afghanistan''' - Abdur Rahman Khan, King of Afghanistan (List of leaders of Afghanistan) (1880–1901) * '''China''' (Qing Dynasty) - Guangxu (Guangxu Emperor of China), Emperor of China (1875–1908) * '''Afghanistan''' - Abdur Rahman Khan, King of Afghanistan (List of leaders of Afghanistan) (1880–1901) * '''China''' (Qing Dynasty) - Guangxu (Guangxu Emperor of China), Emperor of China (1875–1908) * '''Abu Dhabi''' - Zaid ibn Khalifa, Shaikh of Abu Dhabi (1855–1909) * '''Afghanistan''' - Abdur Rahman Khan, King of Afghanistan (List of monarchs of Afghanistan) (1880–1901) ** ''Ghazni'' Asia * '''Afghanistan''' - Shoja Shah, King of Afghanistan (1839–1842) ** Mohammad Zaman Khan, Mohammadzay regent (in rebellion) Asia * '''Afghanistan''' - Dost Mohammad Khan, King of Afghanistan (1843–1863) * '''China''' (Qing Dynasty) - Daoguang (Daoguang Emperor of China), Emperor of China (1821–1850) Asia * '''Afghanistan''' - Dost Mohammad Khan, King of Afghanistan (1843–1863) * '''Brunei''' - Omar Ali Saifuddin II, Sultan of Brunei (List of Sultans of Brunei) (1829–1852) Asia * '''Afghanistan''' - Dost Mohammad Khan, King of Afghanistan (1843–1863) * '''China''' (Qing Dynasty) - Daoguang (Daoguang Emperor of China), Emperor of China (1821–1850) Asia * '''Afghanistan''' - Dost Mohammad Khan, King of Afghanistan (1843–1863) * '''China''' (Qing Dynasty) - Daoguang (Daoguang Emperor of China), Emperor of China (1821–1850) Asia * '''Afghanistan''' - Dost Mohammad Khan, King of Afghanistan (1843–1863) * '''China''' (Qing Dynasty) - Daoguang (Daoguang Emperor of China), Emperor of China (1821–1850) * '''Aceh (Aceh Sultanate)''' - Sulaiman Syah (1838–1857) * '''Afghanistan''' - Dost Mohammad Khan, King of Afghanistan (1843–1863) * '''Brunei''' - Omar Ali Saifuddin II, Sultan of Brunei (1829–1852) Asia * '''Afghanistan''' - Dost Mohammad Khan, King of Afghanistan (1843–1863) * '''China''' (Qing Dynasty) - Daoguang (Daoguang Emperor of China), Emperor of China (1821–1850) Asia * '''Afghanistan''' - Dost Mohammad Khan, King of Afghanistan (1843–1863) * '''China''' (Qing Dynasty) - Asia * '''Afghanistan''' - Dost Mohammad Khan, King of Afghanistan (1843–1863) * '''China''' Asia * '''Afghanistan''' - Dost Mohammad Khan, King of Afghanistan (1843–1863) * '''China''' Asia * '''Afghanistan''' - Dost Mohammad Khan, King of Afghanistan (1843–1863) * '''China''' * '''Aceh''' - Sulaiman Syah, Sultan of Aceh (1838–1857) * '''Afghanistan''' - Dost Mohammad Khan, King of Afghanistan (1843–1863) * '''Brunei''' - Abdul Momin, Sultan of Brunei (List of Sultans of Brunei) (1852–1885) Asia * '''Afghanistan''' - Dost Mohammad Khan, King of Afghanistan (1843–1863) * '''China''' Asia * '''Afghanistan''' - Dost Mohammad Khan, King of Afghanistan (1843–1863) * '''China''' Asia * '''Afghanistan''' - Dost Mohammad Khan, King of Afghanistan (1843–1863) * '''China''' Asia * '''Afghanistan''' - Dost Mohammad Khan, King of Afghanistan (1843–1863) * '''China''' Asia * '''Afghanistan''' - Dost Mohammad Khan, King of Afghanistan (1843–1863) * '''China''' Asia * '''Afghanistan''' - Dost Mohammad Khan, King of Afghanistan (1843–1863) * '''China''' Asia * '''Afghanistan''' - Dost Mohammad Khan, King of Afghanistan (1843–1863) * '''China''' Asia * '''Afghanistan''' - Hussain Hotaki, Emir of Afghanistan (1725-1738) * '''Ahom (Ahom kingdom)''' - Sutanphaa, King of Ahom (Ahom Dynasty) (1714-1744) Kazakh SSR China, Mongolia, Iran, Afghanistan, Turkey :"''The Sorrows of Empire'' was written during the American preparations for and launching of the invasions and occupations of Afghanistan and Iraq. I began to study our continuous military buildup since World War II and the 737 military bases we currently maintain in other people's countries. This empire of bases is the concrete manifestation of our global hegemony, and many of the blowback-inducing wars we have conducted had as their true purpose the sustaining and expanding of this network. We do not think of these overseas deployments as a form of empire; in fact, most Americans do not give them any thought at all until something truly shocking, such as the treatment of prisoners at Guantanamo Bay (Guantanamo Bay detention camp), brings them to our attention. But the people living next door to these bases and dealing with the swaggering soldiers who brawl and sometimes rape their women certainly think of them as imperial enclaves, just as the people of ancient Iberia or nineteenth-century India knew that they were victims of foreign colonization." In October 2005 she published an account of her experiences, ''One Woman's Army'', in which she claims that the abuses were perpetrated by contract employees trained in Afghanistan and Guantanamo Bay (Guantanamo Bay detainment camp) and sent under orders from Secretary of Defense (U.S. Secretary of Defense) Donald Rumsfeld, and that her demotion was political retribution. group2 Members list2 Afghanistan Commons:Category:Afghanistan WikiPedia:Afghanistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Afghanistan


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-coloured underparts (with the dark colour extending furthest back of the three forms) and a prominent white flank patch; it also has larger white neck patches, forming a near-complete collar. It breeds in northwestern Canada, Alaska and eastern Siberia, and wintering mostly on the west coast of North America from southern Alaska to California, but also some in east Asia, mainly Japan. * BBC Supergoose

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