Mykolayiv


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My·ko·la·yiv

 (mĭk′ə-lä′yĭv, -yēo͝o) or Ni·ko·la·yev (nĭk′ə-lä′yəf, nyĭ′kə-)
A city of southern Ukraine at the mouth of the Southern Bug River northeast of Odessa. Founded c. 1784 as a fortress, it became a shipbuilding center in the 1780s.
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will be carried out the reconstruction of the poultry-farming facilities of the former poultry factory in Mykolayiv district for turkey and broiler breeding.
After the collapse of the USSR, Ukraine inherited a significant shipbuilding capacity, with plants in Kiev, Mykolayiv, Kherson, Sevastopol, Kerch, and Feodosiya.
1955d) Mykolayiv Miocene oblast, Ukraine Dorofeev Kochetovskaya, Supposed C.
Respective roundtables were held in Kyiv, Kharkiv, and Mykolayiv.
A court in the southern town of Mykolayiv sentenced Yevgeny Krasnoshchok to life imprisonment, Maxim Prisyazhnyuk to a 15-year term and Artyom Pogosyan to 14 years.
The strategic focus of the company management is to strengthen its dominant position in the target districts (Dnepropetrovsk and Kirovograd districts, and neighbouring areas of the Kherson, Mykolayiv, and Kharkiv districts).
5 million, at the start of February, to Mykolayiv Vodokanal for the modernisation of the water supply and wastewater collection and treatment facilities in the city of Mykolayiv (Southern Ukraine).
The estimates (referred to as "planned figures") for the number of kulak households to be exiled from other regions with large Mennonite populations were as follows: 1,147 kulak households (5,735 people) from the Kryvyi Rih region; 701 kulak households (3,505 people) from the Dnipropetrovsk region; 891 kulak households (4,455 people) from the Melitopil region; 982 kulak households (4,910 people) from the Mykolayiv region; and 1,136 kulak households (5,680 people) from the Kherson region.
Oleksander's Church in Kyiv, which they stated were improperly privatized in the 1990s, as well as properties in Chernivtsi, Dnipropetrovsk, Lviv, Mykolayiv, Sevastopol, and Simferopol.
Under a proposed agreement Aker Yards will pay EUR10m in cash, for which it will join Damen Shipyards Group in the ownership of Damen Shipyards Okean yard in Mykolayiv, Ukraine.
When she escaped and returned to Mykolayiv she had US$55.