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  • Vedomosty, Grany Plus (Kiev)) and the internet publishing houses (Obozrevatel, ForUm, Telekritika, Politikantrop, Context-Media (Kiev), Pravda.ru, Yтро.Ru
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  • Britannica, Volume 7 Daniel of Kiev 18826411911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 7 — Daniel of Kiev DANIEL (Danil), of Kiev, the earliest Russian travel-writer
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 15 Kiev (city) 19556721911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 15 — Kiev (city) KIEV, a city of Russia, capital of the
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  • Chicken Kiev speech by George H. W. Bush 32030Chicken Kiev speechGeorge H. W. Bush Well, first, thank all of you for that warm welcome. And may
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  • Church), a town of Russia, in the government of Kiev, 32 m. S.S.W. of Vasilkov, on the main road from Kiev to the Crimea, in 49° 47′ N. lat. and 30° 7′ E
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  • to go to the famous city of Kiev." So his parents gave him their blessing and dismissed him, saying: "Go straight to Kiev, straight to the city Chernigov
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  • distinction, and in 1625 entered a monastery at Kiev. In 1629 he became archimandrite, and in 1633 metropolitan of Kiev, Galicia, and Little Russia. He was the
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  • formerly Mychek, a town of Russia, in the government of Kiev, 31 m. W. of the city of Kiev, on the Teterev river. Pop. 18,154. It is a very old town
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  • the earliest Russian chronicle, was a monk of the Pecherskiy cloister of Kiev from 1073. The only other fact of his life is that he was commissioned with
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  • Petlura, having organized an army in the name of this government, entered Kiev, the capital. Though a Socialist by sympathy, Petlura resisted the advance
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  • the foot of Voldai Hills, in the government of Smolensk, flows south to Kiev, and finally into the Black Sea.  It is about 1,200 miles long, and has several
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  • Volume 18 — Mogila, Peter MOGILA, PETER (c. 1596-1647), metropolitan of Kiev from 1632, belonged to a noble Wallachian family. He studied for some time
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  • on the main railway line from Moscow to Warsaw, at its junction with the Kiev-Grayevo (Prussian frontier) line. Founded in 1320, it became part of Prussia
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  • 27 — Umañ Umañ, a town of Russia, in the government of Kiev, 120 m. S. of the city of Kiev. Pop. 28,628, many of whom are Jews, and carry on the export
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  • Peter the Great, was educated at the Kiev Academy and various Polish schools. Becoming a monk, he settled at the Kiev Academy as a preacher and professor
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  • Alexeivitch Kropotkin) “Gobi,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 “Kiev (city),” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 (with Peter Alexeivitch
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  • Berdichev BERDICHEV, a town of W. Russia, in the government of Kiev, 116 m. S.W. of Kiev by rail and not far from the borders of Volhynia. The cathedral
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  • suburbs, 1,870,000), Moscow (1,468,563), Warsaw (764,054), Odessa (520,000), Kiev (320,000), Lodz, Poland (393,526) and Riga (318,400).  Class distinctions
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  • near the Vorskla river, connected by a branch (11 m.) with the railway from Kiev to Kharkov. It has a beautiful cathedral, built after a plan by Rastrelli
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  • Congress on the Cessation of the Persian Gulf Conflict" (6 March 1991) "Chicken Kiev speech" (1 August 1991) "1992 Republican Convention Acceptance Speech" (20
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