Tiraspol


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Ti·ras·pol

 (tə-räs′pəl)
A city of southeast Moldova on the Dniester River east of Chişinău. Founded c. 1792 as a Russian fortress on the site of a Moldavian settlement, Tiraspol is the principal city of the breakaway region of Transnistria.

Ti•ra•spol

(tɪˈræs pəl)

n.
a city in E Moldavia, NW of Odessa. 158,000.
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The player admitted this week he may go abroad again after further spells with Dynamo Dresden, Arminia Bielefeld and Moldovian side Sheriff Tiraspol.
The event, held in Tiraspol, focused on NGOs using web technologies to raise awareness about their work and better connect with their communities.
Group F: FC Copenhagen, Lokomotiv Moscow, Sheriff Tiraspol, FC Zlin
Group F: Copenhagen, Lokomotiv Moscow, Sheriff Tiraspol, Zlin.
A 0-0 scoreline at Sheriff Tiraspol was enough to see off the Moldovans in qualifying round two while a 0-0 draw at Olympiakos was the platform for a stunning two-legged triumph over the Greek giants.
Jo was replaced by fellow Brazilian striker Juninho Potiguar on a five-month loan from Moldova's Sheriff Tiraspol and Bruno made way for another Brazilian forward Rogerinho on a similar temporary deal from Kuwait's Al Kuwait SC.
Shevchenko University branches in the Transnistrian cities of Tiraspol and Ribnita have participated in 16 webinars, along with participants from other areas of Moldova and the world.
Saido Berahino netted a brace as the comfortable win in Tiraspol gave unbeaten England their ninth win from 10 Group One qualifiers, with the draw for the play-off round taking place on Friday.
The comfortable win at the Sheriff Sports Complex in Tiraspol gave unbeaten England their ninth win from 10 Group One qualifiers, with the draw for the play-off round taking place on Friday.
The victory in Tiraspol gave unbeaten England their ninth win from 10 qualifiers, with the draw for the play-off round taking place on Friday.
Also via Twitter, he wrote on that day he would have to use Bulgarian and Romanian airspace to make it to the enclave of Transnistria's capital Tiraspol.
These thirteen essays track the histories of conflicting ethnic territorial claims, including views from Kishinev and Tiraspol, Nagorno Karabakh as a hostage for unfavorable power balance and internal political stagnation, Georgia's attempts at reasonable strategies, Abkhazia, Russia's "Rubicon," the Caucasus, a fact-finding mission in Georgia, bloody peacemaking in the Commonwealth of Independent States, and the "tunnel at the end of the line.