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or Do·netsk  (də-nĕtsk′, dŭ-nyĕts′)
A city of eastern Ukraine east-southeast of Kiev. Founded c. 1870, it is the leading industrial center of the region.


(Russian daˈnjɛtsk)
(Placename) a city in E Ukraine: the chief industrial centre of the Donbass; first ironworks founded by a Welshman, John Hughes (1872), after whom the town was named Yuzovka (Hughesovka). Pop: 992 000 (2005 est). Former names (from 1924 until 1961): Stalin or Stalino



a city in E Ukraine, in the Donets Basin. 1,117,000. Formerly, Stalin , Stalino, Yuzovka.
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Noun1.Donetsk - an industrial city in the Donets Basin
Ukraine, Ukrayina - a republic in southeastern Europe; formerly a European soviet; the center of the original Russian state which came into existence in the ninth century
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In April 2017, Toyo Ink and Doneck Euroflex, a manufacturer of flexo and gravure inks for the European marketplace, announced a licensing agreement that allows Doneck to manufacture and sell Toyo Ink's water-based lamination inks to markets in the region.
Toyo Ink sales of water-based gravure and flexo inks for flexible packaging are projected to grow in Europe under the licensing agreement with Doneck.
"The infections of the kidneys and urine tract" [Infeccii pochek I mochevivodyashih putey], in Russian, Doneck, Ukrain: Region.