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Zink´y


a.1.See Zincky.
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Zinky Boys: Soviet Voices from the Afghanistan War (1991) spoke of a distant fight -- the nine-year Soviet war in Afghanistan -- that eroded Russian culture and humanity, while Voices from Chernobyl: The Oral History of a Nuclear Disaster (1997) meditated on the global significance of the nuclear disaster.
The consequences of the nuclear disaster in Chernobyl 1986 is the topic of her book titled Voices from Chernobyl - Chronicle of the Future, 1999 and her other work Zinky Boys - Soviet voices from a forgotten war, 1992) is a portrayal of the Soviet Unionآ's war in Afghanistan 1979-89.
Flight 5A : Jess Mama III & Zinky Sulapas Melindo beat Mohd.
John Zinky, principal investigator, Raytheon BBN Technologies, said: "Government operations rely on large-scale, distributed and complex computer systems to complete their missions successfully.
63) Irina Novikova, "Lessons from the Anatomy of War: Svetlana Alexievich's Zinky Boys" and Rada Drezgic, "Demographic Nationalism in the Gender Perspective," in War Discourse, Women's Discourse: Essays and Case-Studies from Yugoslavia and Russia, ed.