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Tolkyn Zabirova (Kazakh : Толқын Қалиқызы Забирова, Tolqyn Qaliqyzy Zabirova; born 17 October 1970 in Ayagoz) is a singer from Ayagoz, Kazakhstan. Most of her songs are in Kazakh or Russian, though several exist in other languages.

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