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Narva

(Russian ˈnarvə)
n
(Placename) a port in Estonia on the Narva River near the Gulf of Finland: developed around a Danish fortress in the 13th century; textile centre. Pop: 66 712 (2007 est)
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Such of later years was the victory of Agincourt obtained by Harry the Fifth, or that of Narva won by Charles the Twelfth of Sweden.
Joel Narva of Eugene has 30 years of gardening experience, but every April he takes the same steps in his practiced wait-and-see dance.
TPR principals have founded and developed such international brands as Zirh Men's Skincare, John Narva tos Fragrances and French Connection Beauty.
She was the daughter of Edwin & Lily Narva of Rutland, MA.
In Narva, one of Estonia's biggest cities, near the Russian border, where Russian speakers are a majority, there is some fellow feeling with the people of Crimea.
The document is signed by Ecuadorian ambassador in London, Fidel NarvA ez NarvA ez, and dated June 22.
The inexperienced 29-year-old has only previously overseen youth internationals, while the highest level he has officiated at in continental competition was a Europa League preliminary qualifier between Inter Baku and Trans Narva.
This is an important public safety initiative that NASFM fully supports in conjunction with key stakeholders," said Jim Narva, NASFM Executive Director.
Currently the opencast mining is performed in North-East Estonia nearby the main water resources of the region: the Narva River and the Narva Reservoir.
Police representatives stated that the girl's body was found at 10:51 on Friday near the Narva Ice Hall, under the snow, and the body displayed signs of violence.
Rabotnicki Kometal gave JK Trans Narva a 4-1 spanking in the away leg and Rabotnicki are no bigger than 1-9 to dish out further punishment when the sides meet at the Phillip II Arena in Macedonian capital Skopje tonight.