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Kronstadt

n
1. (Placename) a port in NW Russia, on Kotlin island in the Gulf of Finland: naval base. Pop: 42 800 (2006 est)
2. (Placename) the German name for Braşov
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The naval officer took the initiative in calling upon me, and his frankness was such that he told me all about his father, his mother, his sister (who is married to a lawyer of Tula), and the town of Kronstadt. Also, he promised me his patronage, and asked me to come and take tea with him.
Here, he provides an eyewitness account of the Russian Revolution, along with political analysis and discussion of alternatives, detailing what has been hidden from regular accounts and the revolution's roots in Marxist ideology and focusing on the Makhnovist movement and the Kronstadt rebellion.
The exercise is taking place along the route of the ships' crossing from Kronstadt where they took part in the main naval parade," the press service said.
When nuclear deterrence between the two atomic powers is supposed to dissuade them from fighting an all-out conventional war, then why would Pakistan need to exert its influence in Afghanistan for the sake of securing "strategic depth?" At a time when India is contemplating a potentially dangerous Pakistan-specific Cold Start doctrine, it will be a rationally incomprehensible act on the part of Pakistan's security establishment to rely on the outdated option of seeking the so-called strategic depth for the country in Afghanistan"(Ahmed,2010; Kronstadt and Katzman, 2008).
In a December 6 final ruling in the case made public on Thursday, US District Judge John Kronstadt ordered Thicke, Williams and Williams' publishing company to pay Gaye's estate $2.9 million in damages, US media reported.
Asking the question, Alan Kronstadt from Congressional Research Service pointed to the increasing concern at the Hill about the religious freedom in India.
Numerous high-level exchanges took place in 2003 (Kronstadt, 2003).
Barbara Yagoda represented the ownership in the transaction and Kenneth Kronstadt and Ricky Kramer of Newmark Knight Frank represented the tenant.
Johann Martin Honigberger, the surgeon from Kronstadt, Romania, worked and mixed gunpowder for the Lahore Darbar.
The CEO of Russia's tech firm Kronstadt Group, Armen Isaakyan, also said last year Moscow was working to develop AI technologies to be applied to unmanned aerial vehicles that could one day form "swarms of drones."
Alan Kronstadt. However, after 2009, US Congress approved the Enhanced Partnership for Pakistan Act (commonly known as the Kerry-Lugar-Berman bill, or KLB).