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Ostrovsky

(ɒsˈtrɒfskɪ)
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(Biography) Aleksandr Nikolayevich. 1823–86, Russian dramatist, noted for his satirical comedies about the bourgeoisie. His plays include The Bankrupt (1849) and The Storm (1859), a tragedy
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Crizieli Silveira Ostrovski (Federal University of Technology--Parana, PR) and Tania Regina Raitz (University of the Valley of Itajaf, SC) begin the article "Some reflections on the relationship between work and education" highlighting in the proposal a close look at the role and limit of the state and public policies within contemporary capitalism.
The Chinese will visit our country after an invitation by Deputy Economy Minister Alexander Manolev to Shimon Ostrovski, ICBC Director and President of the SINO Instrument, who have spoken in Warsaw.
On the other hand, spot-free surfaces are a hallmark of our products", explains Sergej Ostrovski from the technology procurement department at the St.
Fatjanov YV, Aleinikov AK, Ostrovski YB (1991) Modeling the process of sausage drying.
The image above was posted on the personal Instagram account of Mor Ostrovski,a 20-year old Israeli soldier in a sniper unit.
adaptee d'une oeuvre de l'auteur russe Alexandre Ostrovski par Chiraz Kouch, et mise en scene egalement par Omar Maayouf, cette oeuvre aborde les epineux sujets du chomage, de la corruption et de la perte des valeurs ethiques.
The controversial photo was posted on Jan 25 by 20-year-old Israeli soldier Mor Ostrovski who belongs to the sniper unit.
Ostrovski, "Solid-state reduction of chromium oxide by methane-containing gas," Metallurgical and Materials Transactions B, vol.
Ostrovski, "Mongol'skie korni russkikh gosudarstvennykh uchrezhdenii," in Amerikanskaia rusistiha: Vekhi istoriografii poslednikh let.
Puskin, Gogolj, Ostrovski, Krilov, Dostojevski, Solohov, Solzenjicin), ali one su prisutne i u suvremenim medijima, na pretrazivacima, u govoru.
In 1949, the writers considered emblematical for the Soviet socialist realism, such as Gorki, Ostrovski, Sholokhov, Fadeiev, Simonov, Ehrenburg and so on, are massively translated in Romania.
Mots cles : Landry, stalinisme, litterature, subjectivation, Homme Nouveau, realisme socialisme, Nikolai Ostrovski