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 (nē′prō-pə-trôfsk′, dnyē′-) or Dne·pro·pe·trovsk (nĕp′rō-, dnyĭ′prō-)
A city of east-central Ukraine on the Dnieper River south-southwest of Kharkiv. Founded in 1787 on the site of a Cossack village, it has a huge iron and steel industry.
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Patient's tumors have been diagnosed using standard morphological and clinical criteria in Dnipropetrovsk City Oncology Center (Dnipropetrovs'k, Ukraine) and the National Cancer Institute, the Ministry of Health of Ukraine [18], Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics, NASU (Kyiv, Ukraine), the Clinical Oncological Center (Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine), and National Cancer Institute (Kyiv, Ukraine), and informed consent was obtained from all patients.
(2) In both cases, the Galicians were protesting against governments headed by presidents and their networks based in the East (Leonid Kuchma in Dnipropetrovs'k and Viktor Yanukovych in Donetsk).
trend was the foundation of special departments of student mobility, which perform primarily an information and coordination function, in many leading universities of the country (Kyiv, Lviv, Dnipropetrovs'k, Odessa, Kharkiv).
Thanks to WFIU, the NPR affiliate at Indiana University, Radio Mix, a commercial station in Dnipropetrovs'k in southeastern Ukraine, introduced new programs for younger listeners (such as "R&B city").
President Kuchma's appointment of Shmarov reflected both his desire to root out strong supporters of his defeated rival, Kravchuk, and promote his close colleagues from the town of Dnipropetrovs'k, where they collaborated in Ukraine's extensive military-industrial complex.
30 for 'Dnepropetrovsk' read 'Dnipropetrovs'k (Ukraine)'.
Sergei Zhuk demonstrates that many students in the eastern Ukrainian city of Dnipropetrovs'k retained a patriotic commitment to improving the Soviet system, believing that their "activities in support of national cultures would lead to a restoration of the 'real internationalist and human Leninist model of socialism.'" At the same time, however, reformist patriotism formed the backbone of future dissent.