Aleksandrovsk


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A·lek·san·drovsk

 (ăl′ĭk-săn′drəfsk, ə-lĭk-sän′-)
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Aleksandrovsk

(Russian alɪkˈsandrəfsk)
n
(Placename) the former name (until 1921) of Zaporozhye
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Whether trudging huge distances in shackles or incarcerated in waystations and the Aleksandrovsk penal hub, the experience of travel depended greatly on the personal circumstance of the prisoner.
The work is expected to eliminate scrap heaps of contaminated waste located in Andreeva Bay, Aleksandrovsk, Atomflot and Gremikha.
Khrushchev was concerned about the heavy-lift ship Aleksandrovsk, which had been sent to Cuba with a cargo of nuclear warheads, and suggested that caution be exercised.
(33) The region's capital--with all its administrative, political, economic, and cultural institutions--was moved from Aleksandrovsk in the North to Toyohara.

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