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Today the government is strengthening the Uzbek group identity, to prevent the splintering seen in other multiethnic states.Some people have assimilated with seemingly little concern.Modern Uzbeks hail not only from the Turkic-Mongol nomads who first claimed the name, but also from other Turkic and Persian peoples living inside the country's borders.

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Many Tajiks consider themselves Uzbek, though they retain the Tajik language; this may be because they have long shared an urban lifestyle, which was more of a bond than ethnic labels. Many Qipchaqs eschew intermarriage, live a nomadic lifestyle, and identify more closely with the Kyrgyz who live across the border from them.The Khojas also avoid intermarriage, and despite speaking several languages, have retained a sense of unity.

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