Belyi


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Belyi

(ˈbjɛlɪ) or

Bely

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(Biography) Andrei (ʌnˈdreɪ), real name Boris Nikolayevich Bugaev. 1880–1934, Russian poet, novelist, and critic: a leading exponent of symbolism. His novels include Petersburg (1913)
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Open competition: provision of services for maintenance, monitoring and repair of technical means for ensuring transport security of transport infrastructure facilities - separate radio stations: staritsa, nerl, pochinok, algasovo, belyi, opaliha, krasnaya gorbatka, oktyabrsky, venev, karmanovo, gagarin.
It looked as though the presence of the police was becoming less visible, as one moved away from the city's orderly square--with its postal and financial services next to Kyzyl's parliament (the so called 'Great Khural', in Tuvan) and the central governmental building locally known (in Russian) as Belyi Dom (White House)--toward the unruly and sometimes unsafe neighborhoods of Kyzyl, which extend into the Siberian steppe.
In addition to Oertell, LendingUSA has also recently appointed Manoj Mathew, Chief Technology Officer, and Boris Belyi, Vice President of Analytics, to its executive leadership team.
The small but inspiring catalogue The Brotherhood of New Blockheads (1996-2002) by Peter Belyi, Lizaveta Matveeva, and Viktor Misiano does clarify things--and extends the mystery.
1960b, Yar, Tomsk 1963) oblast, Western Siberia, Russian Federation Dorofeev Belyi Yar, Oligocene C.
Belyi (1988) senala la presencia de un sistema jerarquico en el hemisferio derecho respecto a la percepcion visual, en donde las areas frontales realizan procesos cada vez mas complejos y de orden superior.
See also Andrei Belyi, "Russia's Position on the Energy Charter," Chatham House, April 2012.
Olga Sedakova is a poet, philologist, translator, and prose writer whose many honors began with the Andrei Belyi Prize in 1983 and include the Master Prize in Translation in 2011.
Il'in had defended the works of Emilii Karlovich Medtner (1872-1936) (37) vigorously against critical attacks launched in the press by Andrei Belyi (1880-1934; pseudonym of Boris Nikolaevich Bugaev) in 1917 and actively promoted Nikolai Medtner's music.
In important respects Losev reads like a scholastic summa of the symbolist aesthetics of Viacheslav Ivanov, Andrei Belyi and Pavel Florenskii.
Belyi LE, Konshin II (2013) Mechanisms of pathospermy at acute epididymoorchitis, complicated intrascrotal hypertension.
In the second section, "Beyond Domestic Contexts," Andrei Belyi and Ksenia Petrichenko continue the discussion on best practices and make a comparative analysis of the issue in the prevailing politico-economic situations in Germany, the UK and Russia.