Ulan Ude


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U•lan U•de

(uˈlɑn uˈdeɪ)
n.
a city in and the capital of the Buryat Autonomous Republic, on the Selenga River. 353,000. Formerly, Verkhneudinsk.
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They will be leaving London and driving through Europe and parts of Asia to end up in Ulan Ude on the Russian/Mongolian border.
Senior doctor Gennadiy Ligai now faces a probe over the case in Ulan Ude, Siberia, and said: "I've never had a case like this in my life.
Ulan Ude, Jumada II 14, 1433, May 5, 2012, SPA -- Taiga fires spread to another thousand hectares in a day in Russia's TransBaikalia.
Gazprom Bank will probably exchange its stake in Ulan Ude for shares of Russian Helicopters after the holding IPO, or the holding may buy the shares if it decides to fully consolidate the plant.
Later in the week, possibly Tuesday, Kim is expected to meet Medvedev in the eastern Siberian city of Ulan Ude near Lake Baikal in the Buddhist region of Buryatia, 5,550 kilometers east of Moscow.
The meeting is widely expected to take place in the eastern Siberian city of Ulan Ude near Lake Baikal in the Buddhist region of Buryatia some 5,550 kilometres (3,450 miles) east of Moscow.
We hope that law-enforcement agencies will launch an investigation, and expect foreign investigators also to launch probes," he told reporters in Ulan Ude, near the border with Mongolia.
DTI acquired these bulletins, which include those issued since 1992, directly from the Mi-17 OEMs Ulan Ude and Kazan.
Transaero has continued its domestic growth introducing a three-times-weekly rotation to Novyy Urengov from November 30, a twice-weekly service to Ulan Ude from December 3 and a five-times-weekly link to Magnitogorsk.
The contract was signed with the East Siberian Ulan Ude helicopter plant, which manufactures Mi-171 transport and Mi-171Sh combat/transport helicopters, in October 2007.
A case in point was my experience in Russia as a Fulbright scholar at the East Siberian Academy of Culture in Ulan Ude.
We visited Ulan Ude, if only to see the world's largest statue of Lenin's head, and then joined the Trans Mongolian train, packed with Mongolian traders who spend all their time furiously trying to hide their goods from custom officers at the border and bribing the guards.