Uzbek-cho̍k

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Uzbek-cho̍k sī chú-iàu seng-oa̍h tī Tiong-a ê Tu̍t-keh-hē bîn-cho̍k, lóng-chóng ū tāi-io̍k 3470 bān, toā-hūn toà-tī Uzbekistan, sī hit kok ê chú-thé bîn-cho̍k; tī Afghanistan mā ū 390 bān;[1] Tajikistan ū 190 bān;[2] Kyrgyzstan ū 74 bān.[3]

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