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(Russian dzɪrˈʒinsk)
(Placename) an industrial city and port in central Russia. Pop: 257 000 (2005 est)
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a city in the central Russian Federation in Europe, W of Gorki. 281,000.
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HOCKEY: Western thrashed Hungarian side Rosco 6-1 in their opening B Division game in the European Cup- Winners' Cup but Grange women went down 4-1 to Russian side Sintez Dzerjinsk.
They are drawn in Pool B with Slough, Sintez Dzerjinsk from Russia and Lithuanian side Vilnius.