L'vov


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L'vov

or Lvov  (lə-vôv′, -vôf′)
See L'viv.
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(11.) Al'kovskhovskii SV, Shchetinin AM, L'vov DK, Shchelkanov MI, Deriabin PG, L'vov DN, et al.
If 18th-century writers such as Aleksandr Sumarokov, Ippolit Bogdanovich, Nikolai L'vov, and Gavrila Derzhavin experienced service as tightly woven into the fabric of their noble lives, why was that experience and the identity that rank conferred virtually absent from their literary writing?
This shift can be explored through studying the art and culture of Armenian communities such as those in Kaffa in the Crimea and L'vov in Ukraine in the 15th and 16th centuries, or New Julfa in the 17th century.
L'vov notes that "in Lapland, a swamp or moorland is never called a tundra; on the contrary, the name tundra always necessarily implies a dry place covered by lichens, whether it is located in a flatland, or on top of a mountain, or in a forest.
Fernandez and Hilligoss, "An improved graphite furnace method for the determination of lead in bloos using matrix modification and L'vov platform," Atomic Spectroscopomet, vol.
L'vov who then resigned from the RPG, creating further political difficulties.
L'vov, "Statistical model of magnetostrain effect in martensite," Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, vol.
Determination of lead in blood using electrothermal atomisation atomic absorption spectrometry with a L'vov platform and matrix modifier.
(13.) 1770s--Nikolay L'vov (in prose, remained unpublished); 1796--Yefim Lyutsenko; 1797 Ivan Dmitriyev; 1804--Pyotr Zheleznikov (prose rendering).
where N is defined in (11) (here we adopt the notation of L'vov and Procaccia [17]), and we defined the abbreviation
The book is arranged chronologically, starting with Tolstoy's first visit to Moscow at the age of eight and concluding with Tolstoy's attendance at a spiritualist seance in the home of Nikolai L'vov in 1886.