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Ya·ro·slavl

 (yär′ə-slä′vəl, yə-rə-)
A city of western Russia on the Volga River northeast of Moscow.

Yaroslavl

(Russian jɪraˈslavlj)
n
(Placename) a city in W Russia, on the River Volga: a major trading centre since early times and one of the first industrial centres in Russia; textile industries were established in the 18th century. Pop: 609 000 (2005 est)

Ya•ro•slavl

(ˌyɑr əˈslɑ vəl)

n.
a city in the W Russian Federation in Europe, on the Volga. 634,000.
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Marasanova, Iaroslavskii okruzhnoi sud, 1866-1917 (Iaroslavl ': Indigo, 2014), 31; and A.
Smirnov, Sotsial 'noe partnerstvo v sfere truda: Uchebnoe posobie (Iaroslavl: Iaroslavskii gosudarstvennyi universitet im.
Getty's original contribution here lies in his archival research, and the fascinating material he produces, such as the story of the rapid rise and fall of Anton Vainov, party leader in Iaroslavl' oblast in 1936-37, to illustrate his arguments.
Presenter depuis le 16 mai aux vitrines du Centre Culturel Russe a Rabat une exposition de photos [beaucoup moins que] voie vers les etoiles [beaucoup plus grand que] consacree aux premieres femmes cosmonaute de l'histoire Valentina Terechkova, nee le 6 mars 1937 a Maslennikovo, dans la region de Iaroslavl (Union Sovietique).
Le candidat de Russie unie, le parti du president elu Vladimir Poutine, a ete tres largement battu lors du deuxieme tour de la municipale a Iaroslavl (250 km au nord-est de Moscou), selon des resultats publies hier lundi par la commission electorale de la ville.
Pritsak suggested that the founder of the line was a Khazar Qaghan who fled the Kabar (Qabar) revolt in the 830's and 'found refuge in the Rus' factory (trading post) dominating the vital Volga-Donets route from the region near Iaroslavl"--Rostov.
See especially the note "[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]" [On Monasteries] detailing hideous crimes committed by senior clergy of Iaroslavl' province, and two letters of Tolstoy to priests, one orthodox, another a French pastor.
Totalling roughly 3,700 km, they would link Moscow with Leningrad, Gor'kii, Kiev, Minsk, Kharkov, and Iaroslavl', and connect Kharkov to Rostov.
Stage one connected the centre of Moscow with the Kazan and Iaroslavl stations leading to the east and north respectively, while stage two connected with the Kiev station heading south-west, and the Belarus station heading both north and west.
In that story, the bishop of Iaroslavl, Prokhor, witnessed light radiating from an icon he discovered in a forest, and related his experience "to the people."(16) But in the nineteenth century, the process of witnessing to perceived revelations generally moved from the "the bottom" up--from accounts by lay men and women to a corporately embraced ecclesial experience that only later (if ever) received episcopal sanction.(17) The events that led to the special veneration of the "Cyprus" icon of the Mother of God in the village of Stromynka in the Moscow diocese were typical.
A front-page article, "Three Signs Witnessing to the Truth of the Orthodox Faith," in a recent issue of the newspaper of the Iaroslavl' diocese, for example, listed these as the miraculous appearance of holy fire at the Savior's tomb in the Holy Land, a cloud that formed over Mount Tabor just as happened during the Transfiguration, and a pussy willow that bloomed miraculously in a Russian church in mid-winter.