Volkhov


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Noun1.Volkhov - a river in northwestern Russia flowing generally north into Lake LadogaVolkhov - a river in northwestern Russia flowing generally north into Lake Ladoga
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In January 1943, just as the proofs were finalized, Soviet soldiers on the Leningrad and Volkhov fronts united and broke open a channel in the German lines.
Electronic auction: rendering of a complex of services on cleaning of premises and adjoining territory of buildings of the volkhov and kirov city courts of the leningrad region in 2018
It was for all these reasons that Narkompros appointed Chekhonin as the first artistic director of the SPF, where he remained until 1928 (except for the period in 1923-24 when he was director of the Volkhov Factory near Novgorod).
From the oldest to youngest the strata include (Poldsaar & Ainsaar 2014): (i) glauconitic sandstones and limestones of the Toila Formation (Billingen and Volkhov regional stages), (ii) interbedded sandy limestones of the Pakri Formation (Kunda Regional Stage), (iii) a distinct iron oolitic limestone bed of the Kandle Formation (Aseri Regional Stage) and (iv) relatively thick-bedded and hard bioclastic limestones of the Vao Formation (Lasnamagi and Uhaku regional stages).
Romania, the partner of the NERVA project consortium, through simple modification of the military Volkhov anti-aircraft missiles of the Romanian Air Force.
Further on, legend has it that the current drove the rock and Anthony all around Europe and cast him up on the shores of the Volkhov River.
Around each site, a combination of S-75M Volkhov (SA-2) and S-125M Neva systems were deployed.
Attempts by the Soviet Leningrad and Volkhov Fronts (army groups) to break the siege began in January 1942, ended in failure, and resulted in the loss of a whole army in April.