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There are two reading halls in Kars city, two in the district of SarykamyE- and one reading hall each in ArpaE*ay, Akyaka, Digor, Kay-yzman, Selim and Susuz.
The first two examples are in the Iron dialect, on which literary Ossetian is based; the final example is in the western dialect, Digor.
Among the modern Iranian languages, Ossetic is distinguished by its complex system of nominal case inflection, exemplified by the following paradigms for baex "horse" in the two major dialects, Digor (D) and Iron (I): (2) Digor pl.