L'vov


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L'vov

or Lvov  (lə-vôv′, -vôf′)
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L'vov notes that "in Lapland, a swamp or moorland is never called a tundra; on the contrary, the name tundra always necessarily implies a dry place covered by lichens, whether it is located in a flatland, or on top of a mountain, or in a forest.
Supplying, for instance, Soviet youth with music records, as Arab and African students did in L'vov, constituted a common practice and a minor sin, despite being a cultural contribution.
L'vov who then resigned from the RPG, creating further political difficulties.
Determination of lead in blood using electrothermal atomisation atomic absorption spectrometry with a L'vov platform and matrix modifier.
1770s--Nikolay L'vov (in prose, remained unpublished); 1796--Yefim Lyutsenko; 1797 Ivan Dmitriyev; 1804--Pyotr Zheleznikov (prose rendering).
The book is arranged chronologically, starting with Tolstoy's first visit to Moscow at the age of eight and concluding with Tolstoy's attendance at a spiritualist seance in the home of Nikolai L'vov in 1886.
The Ukrainian city of Lviv, also known as L'vov or Lemberg, has a rich but complicated past.
L'vov (1867-1944), for example, abandoned the Kadets for the PDR out of unease over the radicalism of the Kadet agrarian programme.
Initially pleading that the rules for elections had already been announced and therefore could not be changed, L'vov ultimately agreed that "universal suffrage" included women.
On the same page, they placed a poem by Mikhail L'vov, "Our Pushkin" ("Nash Pushkin"), which was supposed to reinforce Ryl'sky's statement.
Atomiation site = L'vov platform of a graphite tube Carrier gas 200mL/min and Sample volume 10 L + 10 L modifier in each case.
The work is being done at Russia's L'vov Polytechnic Institute, which boasts a special magnetic sound recorder for capturing and reproducing sound waves too low in frequency to be heard.