Shcherbakov


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Shcherbakov

(Russian ʃtʃɪrbaˈkɔf)
n
(Placename) a former name (from the Revolution until 1957) of Rybinsk

An•dro•pov

(ænˈdroʊ pɔf, -pɒf)
n.
a city in the W Russian Federation, NE of Moscow, on the Volga. 254,000. Formerly, Rybinsk (1958–84), Shcherbakov (1946–57).
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Yury Vasilyevich Shcherbakov, Sergey Mikhailovich Demidov, Alexei Vasilievich Konovalov, Anatoly Alexandrovich Kutyavin and Yulia Doshchakova, all of them in different years commanded detachments of machine operators and builders, devoted much time to the formation of the work system of the Staff, stood at the origins of the movement.
Shcherbakov, the head of the Main Political Directorate of the Workers' and Peasants' Red Army (GlavPURRKA), soothed top political officers by claiming: "If you take the theft in the tsarist army and our army-- you just can't compare them.
Subsequently, 4 extinct tribes (Jantaritambiini Szwedo, 2000; Emilianini Shcherbakov, 2006; Austrini Szwedo & Stroinski, 2010; and Patollini Szwedo & Stroinski, 2013) were described (Szwedo 2000; Shcherbakov 2006; Szwedo & Stroinski 2010, 2013).
Given Kate's severely circumscribed prospects, it's hardly surprising when her father seizes on the idea of having her wed his Russian research assistant, Pyotr Shcherbakov, whose visa is about to expire, saving him from deportation.
Concert Russians in America with cellist Arkady Beletsky and pianist Vasily Shcherbakov, 7 p.
To recall, on Thursday, October 10, in a fight, Zeyhalov, a native of Azerbaijani, stabbed and killed Yegor Shcherbakov, a
By rounding up migrants, authorities seemed to be trying to appease residents who had rallied in the Biryulyovo district to demand police find the killer of Yegor Shcherbakov, 25.
Zeinalov allegedly stabbed to death Yegor Shcherbakov, 25, an ethnic Russian, who was walking home with his girlfriend, Ksenia Popova, in Moscow's suburb of Biryulyovo.
The protests in Biryulyovo, which began Saturday, were apparently triggered by the fatal stabbing of Yegor Shcherbakov, 25, who police said was walking home with his girlfriend Thursday when he was killed.
The latest protest in Biryulyovo began with demands for more police action over the killing of Yegor Shcherbakov, 25, who authorities said was fatally stabbed while walking home with his girlfriend on Thursday night.
On September 22, 1943, when the Red Army was "30-35 km [outside] of Katyn," Chief of Propaganda and Agitation of the Central Committee of the VCP (b), Georgi Alexandrov, wrote to the secretary of the Central Committee Andrei Shcherbakov, pointing out the need for "preparatory steps to expose the German provocation" and proposing the establishment of a special committee consisting of representatives from the Extraordinary State Commission for the Investigation of Crimes of the German-Fascists and their Accomplices.