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Do•netsk

(dəˈnɛtsk)

n.
a city in E Ukraine, in the Donets Basin. 1,117,000. Formerly, Stalin , Stalino, Yuzovka.
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Noun1.Stalino - an industrial city in the Donets Basin
Ukraine, Ukrayina - a republic in southeastern Europe; formerly a European soviet; the center of the original Russian state which came into existence in the ninth century
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In my opinion, the transcripts of conversations with party workers at various levels are striking, particularly those of Nikolai Gubarev, lecturer from the Stalino regional committee and Dmitrii Popov, first secretary of the Smolensk regional committee (177-90, 191-218).
Po Stalino mirties respublikinis valdymas buvo stiprinamas ir buvo pritaikytas daugiausia lengvojoje pramoneje, taciau uoste realiu teisiu neigijo.
Amerika yra klestincio kurybingumo visuomeniu pavyzdziai, tuo tarpu Stalino Rusija, Mao Kinija laikomos kurybingumui kliudanciomis aplinkomis.
Born in 1948 in Donetsk, then known as Stalino, a city of about 50,000 Jews without a single synagogue, Anatoly Borisovich Scharansky was raised in a family of Soviet Jews that was, as he describes it, "assimilated by force.
Buvome pabegeliai, buvome laikomi nieko vertais, vadinami juros atmatomis, jei begome nuo gerojo dedes Stalino,--reiskia, buvome Hitlerio pasekejai.
The town later became known as Stalino and then Donetsk.
Al sureste de Ucrania, la otrora Stalino, ahora Donetsk, en manos de la minoria ruso-ucraniana, se llevaron a cabo protestas para independizarse de Kiev.