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A city of western Russia northeast of Moscow. It has long been a textile-producing center.


(Russian ɪˈvanəvə)
(Placename) a city in W central Russia, on the Uvod River: textile centre. Pop: 423 000 (2005 est). Former name (1871–1932): Ivanovo-Voznesensk


(iˈvɑ nə və)

a city in the W Russian Federation in Europe, NE of Moscow. 479,000.
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These "white" scenes, created by Lev by Phil Key Ivanovo, are at the heart of the ballet and with Peter Farmer's autumnal sets are wonderful to behold.
One statement announced that another 1,500 paratroopers from Ivanovo, east of Moscow, had parachuted onto a military base in Rostov, not far from the Ukrainian cities Donetsk and Lugansk.
On February 6, 2012, the wall of the Ivanovo dam in the village of Biser broke after torrential rains, and the flood wave claimed 6 lives and caused damages worth over BGN 3.
The Kingdom of Bahrain will receive second position's prize during the conclusive ceremony of the festival on August 1, 2013 marking the Day for Peace under the auspices of Valentina Ivanovo the chairperson of Ukraine's Hope and Charity Fund at the Kids International Camp's Stadium.
format located at 39 Textilshchikov prospect, Ivanovo, Central federal
The first part of the book presents case studies of Niagara Falls, Canada/US; Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK; and Ivanovo, Russia.
This segment includes OGK-1, OGK-3, TGK-11, as well as wholly owned Kaliningrad HPP-2, North-West HPP, Sochi HPP and Ivanovo combined-cycle generator (the latter are shown as aInter RAOa in the graphs below).
The Russian government plans to solve the problem concerning the shortage of raw materials for the domestic textile and nonwovens industry in the coming years through the construction of a new large plant for the production of synthetic fibers and filaments in the Ivanovo region.
The bereaved in the villages of Ivanovo and Bisser will be paid 10 000 leva, Labour and Social Policy Minister Totyu Mladenov said.
Cotton producers are holding talks with buyers from Ivanovo, Russia, concerning cotton sales.
There were fires in the Vladimir, Ivanovo, Moscow, Yaroslavl, Tambov and Ryazan regions.
Alexander Viktorovich Blokhin was born on 12 January 1951 in Ivanovo, an industrial town near Moscow.