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Ark·han·gelsk

 (är-kăn′gĕlsk, -KHän′-) or Arch·an·gel (ärk′ān′jəl)
A city of northwest Russia on the Northern Dvina River near its mouth on the White Sea. Although icebound much of the year, it is a leading port and can generally be opened to navigation by icebreakers.

Arkhangelsk

(arˈxanɡɪljsk)
n
(Placename) the Russian name for Archangel

arch•an•gel

(ˈɑrkˌeɪn dʒəl)

n.
a chief or principal angel; one of the nine orders of celestial attendants on God. Compare angel (def. 1).
[before 1000; early Middle English < Anglo-French, Old French < Late Latin < Greek archángelos; see ARCH-1, angel]
arch`an•gel′ic (-ænˈdʒɛl ɪk) arch`an•gel′i•cal, adj.

Arch•an•gel

(ˈɑrkˌeɪn dʒəl)

n.
1. Russian, Arkhangelsk. a seaport in the NW Russian Federation in Europe, on Dvina Bay. 416,000.
2. Gulf of, former name of Dvina Bay.
Translations
Arhangelszk
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(51) The Arkhangel'sk district court had to endure what were at times impressive distances (Table 4), but according to the data for 1901, for example, justices undertook such trips only rarely (plus Kholmogory, Pinega, and Mezen' could be covered in a single trip) and with a comparatively high degree of comfort (nine out of ten sessions took place from late autumn to early spring, meaning that justices could travel by the more congenial horse-drawn sled).
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