Ivanovo


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I·va·no·vo

 (ĭ-vä′nə-və)
A city of western Russia northeast of Moscow. It has long been a textile-producing center.

Ivanovo

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

I•va•no•vo

(iˈvɑ nə və)

n.
a city in the W Russian Federation in Europe, NE of Moscow. 479,000.
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The opening of the Moscow-Ivanovo high-speed movement was a breakthrough for the Ivanovo region, said Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Economic Policy of the Federation Council, a representative from the executive body of the state power of the region Valery Vasiliev .
IVANOVO, Russia - Avtokran is a company on the edge of disaster.
Ivanovo Manufactory, one of Russia's largest manufacturers of technical textiles, has signed an agreement with the Riko Group, a diversified Slovenian holding company, on the construction a plant for the production flame retardant fabrics from synthetic fibres in the Ivanovo region, one of Russia's largest textile production centre.
Nacido en Rusia en un pequeno poblado de la region de Ivanovo situado al nordeste de Moscu, Tarkovski murio y fue sepultado en Paris donde dejo su patrimonio incluyendo un voluminoso archivo.
My team is in permanent contact with the Bulgarian crisis centre regarding the Ivanovo dam burst near Biser.
15 March 2011 - Swedish Sweco AB (STO: SWEC B) will provide environmental consulting services to help modernise a wastewater treatment plant in Ivanovo, western Russia, under a EUR908,000 deal, the company said.
Russian telecom Multiregional TransitTelecom has taken over regional fixed telephony and Internet providers Nauka-Svyaz Ivanovo and Promsvyaz-Invest, for an undisclosed price, Russian daily Vedomosti cited MTTa[euro](tm)s chief Eldar Razroyev as saying on Tuesday.
In 1995, the World Health Organization (WHO) implemented a pilot TB control project in the Ivanovo oblast of the Russian Federation (1995 population: 1.
Fast Lane Academia in Ivanovo will boast graduate careers in one of Russia's fastest growing markets
To reverse this trend, in 1995, federal and local governments, with assistance from the World Health Organization (WHO), implemented a pilot project using the WHO TB-control strategy of directly observed therapy, short-course (DOTS) [*] in Ivanovo oblast (1998 population: approximately 1.
MOSCOW -- InnoCentive today announced that it has signed formal relationships with Buryat State University in southern Siberia and Mordov State University and Ivanovo State Chemistry and Technical University, both in central Russia.