Khmelnitsky


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Khmel•nit•sky

(kmɛlˈnɪt ski, kə mɛl-)

n.
a city in W Ukraine, SW of Kiev. 241,000.
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The crew consisting of captain Puzyryov, co-pilot Vasilyev, navigator Medvedev and flight engineer Khmelnitsky died," the report says.
The game was held in Tbilisi, as Kiev was frozen at that time of year, and the second leg was locked at 1-1 when I clashed with Vitaly Khmelnitsky.
"The highest turnout was registered in Kiev region (22.71 percent of voters) and slightly less in Kirovograd region (22.07 percent), Cherkassy region (21.66 percent), Khmelnitsky region (21.37 percent), Chernigov region (21.14 percent) and Poltava region (20.91 percent)," the official added.
Shots were fired but there were no casualties as the Ukrainian corvette Khmelnitsky was seized in Sevastopol, according to reports.
A man in an unmarked uniform, right, watches Ukrainian crew members of the Ukrainian corvette Khmelnitsky > Andrew Lubimov
Energoatom is the country's largest power producer, which operates four nuclear power plants - Zaporizhzhya NPP, which has six VVER 1000/320 reactors, South-Ukrainian NPP with three units of the VVER 1000/302, VVER 1000/320 and VVER 1000/338 types, Khmelnitsky NPP with two reactors of the VVER 1000/320 type and Rivne NPP with four units, two of the VVER 1000/320 and the other two of the VVER 440/213 type.
Since 1986, the country has completed three new reactors: Zaporozhye 6, Khmelnitsky 2, and Rovno 4.
Rivnes reactor number 4 (R4), which is a Russian designed pressurised water VVER type and has a 1000 MW capacity, is the second reactor of its kind to start operating this year, following the one in Khmelnitsky (K2), to compensate for the closure of the Chernobyl plant.
THE EUROPEAN Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has offered another loan to the Ukraine regarding the Khmelnitsky and Rivne nuclear power plants in an attempt to force Kiev to raise safety standards.
He later wrote about many historical events, as in Wojna domowa z Kozaki i Tatary (1681; "A Civil War with the Cossacks and Tatars"), an account of the Zaporozhian Cossacks' revolt, under the leadership of Bohdan Khmelnitsky, against Polish domination in the mid-17th century.