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(ɪˌlɛk trəˈstɑl)

a city in the Russian Federation, in Europe, E of Moscow. 147,000.
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Meanwhile, men's champions Inverleith were edged 4-2 in the EuroHockey Indoor Club Champions Trophy by Dinamo Elektrostal in Russia.
The shares affected are Elektrostal Engineering Plant (MASZ RX), NZHK (NZKH RU), PGHO (PGHO RU).
The funds will be allocated to building 15 movie theatres in cities, including Maikop, Astrakhan, and Elektrostal, according to Dmitriyev.
11am Field Hockey, men's Euro League, Dinamo Elektrostal [Russia] vs East Grinstead [UK] (Eurosport2)
In 1990 at the plants "Dneprospetsstal", Zaporozhie, Ukraine, and "Elektrostal", Electrostal, RF, the main bulk of electrodes of special VAR alloys were processed using this technology.
b) Redirect the supplies of recycled enriched uranium and guarantee their processing at Machine Building Plant (Elektrostal, Moscow) and Ulbinsky Metallurgical Plant (Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan).
The HEU naval fuel reduction line at the Machine Building Plant at Elektrostal, outside Moscow, remains outside the U.S.-Russian cooperative MPC&A scope, though some work has been done on the facility's low-enriched uranium line.
She counts the days until she gets her promised passport and can bring her numerous relatives, camped out in her native Elektrostal, to this marvelous country of friendly people.
HOCKEY: Inverleith lost out on promotion to the top tier of indoor hockey after they were edged 4-2 by Dinamo Elektrostal in Russia.
HOCKEY: Grove Menzieshill were relegated from the women's European Indoor Club Trophy in Switzerland after the Scots side could only draw 2-2 with Russian side Dinamo Elektrostal. TENNIS: Ayr's Nicola Slater faces Australian Abbie Myers in the first round of this week's ITF $10,000 event in Sydney.
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