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Tag·an·rog

 (tăg′ən-rŏg′, tə-gən-rôk′)
A city of southwest Russia on the Gulf of Taganrog, an arm of the Sea of Azov. Originally a colony of Pisa, it was annexed by Russia in 1769.

Taganrog

(Russian təɡanˈrɔk)
n
(Placename) a port in SW Russia, on the Gulf of Taganrog (an inlet of the Sea of Azov): founded in 1698 as a naval base and fortress by Peter the Great: industrial centre. Pop: 281 000 (2005 est)

Ta•gan•rog

(ˈtæg ənˌrɒg)

n.
a seaport in the S Russian Federation in Europe, on the Sea of Azov. 295,000.
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On November 1, 2017, we conducted a joint check on the citizens' appeal in Taganrog, as well as a personal reception by the public housing inspector together with representatives of the State Inspectorate of the Region, in which 11 people took part," Pavel Astashev said.
Taganrog is famous for stories such as "The Steppe" and "The Lady with the Dog", as well as plays such as "The Seagull" and "Uncle Vanya".
Among the detained are Stanislav Lisov, a computer programmer from Taganrog who was arrested in Barcelona on Jan.
org website, remove all JW publications from the List of Extremist Materials and end the persecution of JWs in Taganrog, Samara and other places in Russia.
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A special scheme has been developed which involves transporting coal to the Russian port Taganrog and its further supply via the Azov and Black Seas to the Middle East, in particular to Iran, Turkey and North Africa.
Trucks with humanitarian supplies were also directed from Astrakhan, Tver, Taganrog, Krasnodar and other Russian cities.
If we consider Lower Don as huge latitudinal natural-landscape axis of Rostov Region connecting the mirrors of Taganrog Gulf of Azov sea and Tsimlyansk water reservoir it is easy to notice that it is accompanied all the time by north and south urban belts.
Chekhov was born in Taganrog, a port on the Sea of Azow in southern Russia, and studied medicine in Moscow.
Enfim os encontramos de maneira relativamente reagrupada nas cidades de Shakhta e de Taganrog da regiao de Rostov.
According to Russian business daily, Kommersant, the company is now planning to construct those vehicles at a plant operated by Russia's Taganrog Automobile Plant.
The first three and final chapters are arranged chronologically and spatially, following Chekhov from his birth in Taganrog, to his university experiences in Moscow, to his cottage in Melikhovo, and finally to Yalta.