Berezniki


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Berezniki

(Russian bɪrɪzniˈki)
n
(Placename) a city in E Russia: chemical industries. Pop: 169 000 (2005 est)

Be•rez•ni•ki

(bəˈrɛz nɪ ki)

n.
a city in the Russian Federation, on the Kama river, near the Ural Mountains. 200,000.
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VPC (Perm Krai) allocated RUB 1 million to hold events, support healthcare infrastructure, improve playgrounds at the childcare centre, and support cultural initiatives in Berezniki and Zheleznodorozhny settlement.
One Dmitrieva, a stolovaia cook from the Urals industrial town of Berezniki, explained how her collective strove for variety in order to meet the tastes of its patrons, construction workers who came to Berezniki from all over the country.
Employing more than 10,000, the company operates five mines and seven mills, located near the towns of Berezniki and Solikamsk in Russia's Perm Region.
Uralkali's assets consist of five mines and seven ore-treatment mills situated in the towns of Berezniki and Solikamsk (Perm Region, Russia).
Alyokhina was dispatched to IK-32, in Berezniki, near Perm, approximately 700 miles from Moscow, reputed to have relatively decent conditions.
The court, which is located directly across the street from the prison colony to which she is confined in Berezniki, Russia, denied her parole.
Maria Alekhina was transferred to a hospital in her prison colony in the Ural Mountains town of Berezniki, said Pyotr Verzilov, the husband of one of her band mates.
Berezniki Soda cut-off date for 2012 dividends, only pref dividends are expected.
Maria Alyokhina was moved to the cell of the Berezniki penal colony, east of Moscow, after refusing to join a hunger strike by other prisoners, her lawyer said.
Solvay announced yesterday the failure of the planned acquisition of a majority stake in a soda ash plant in Berezniki, Russia, as it was unexpectedly bought by a local player.
The reduction of Ti[Cl.sub.4] with magnesium is used at ZTMK (Zaporizh'e, Ukraine), ywo US plants (Titanium Metals Corp and Oregon Metallurgical Corp), two Japanese plants (Osaka Titanium and Toho Titanium Co Ltd), in Russia (VSMPO-AVISMA, Berezniki) and Kazakhstan (Ust'-Kamenogorsk, UKTMK) and also in China.