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(Russian kaˈlɔmnə)
(Placename) a city in the W central Russia, at the confluence of the Moskva and Oka Rivers: railway engineering centre. Pop: 151 500 (1999 est)
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(kəˈlɔm nə)

a city in the W Russian Federation in Europe, SE of Moscow. 147,000.
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Black Hellebore or what is sometimes called Corn Lilly 0chemeritsa) came only from Kolomna. The so-called consolida root (koren' konsolidi, a kind of larkspur) came from the region around Smolensk and from along the Dnieper River.
Another banned skater, Alexander Rumyantsev, won two silver medals in the competition held in Kolomna, Russia.
For an incisive interpretation of Pushkin's response to the press of the late 1820s in a draft variant of The Little House in Kolomna (Domik v Kolomne, 1830), see I.
Last year, PPG employees volunteered at the Griazy orphanage in Lipetsk to help repair and update the building's gymnasium, replacing materials on floors and walls with safer products donated by PPG and its local distributor, PPG also operates an adhesives and sealants plant in Kolomna, Russia, and the company donated to a local school there to help it better serve young people in the community.
Two Russian-made Kolomna 1DDA-12000 diesel turbines now outfit the eponymous vessel in the class, and delivery of this ship is now expected for 2017.
Orkhan Zeinalov, 30, was captured by police special forces in the city of Kolomna, 120 kilometres southwest of the Russian capital.
According to Russia Today, the 88-member 'Pearls of Russia' women's skydiving team successfully pulled off a white, blue and red flower formation jump in the skies over Kolomna near Moscow, setting a world record for women's parachuting, CBS News reported.
The "Pearls of Russia" team just successfully pulled off a red, white and blue flower formation jump in the skies over Kolomna, near Moscow in Russia.
* Kolomna, home of the original wooden palace built in 1667-1672
KOLOMNA: Baimurat Allaberiyev, a diminutive native of Tajikistan who has herded sheep, picked cotton and toiled in construction, hardly looks like Russia s latest musical sensation.