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Leonov

(Russian lɪˈɔnəf)
n
(Biography) Aleksei Arkhipovich (alɪkˈsjej arˈxipɪvitʃ). born 1934, Soviet cosmonaut; the first man to walk in space (1965)
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Por ejemplo, Alexey Leonov, el primer hombre que estuvo en el espacio abierto, trabaja en un banco privado.
Leonov and Prokunin (9) measured this ratio for a PIB and analyzed it theoretically, assuming the How in the die being developed.
There are artists who are actually older than me, believe it or not, but I have been working in the field longer than anyone else, apart from Alexei Leonov, the cosmonaut who also started around 1950.
Valentin Berezhkov, Nicolai Leonov, Victor Sujodrev.
Under their crafty skipper Ilya Leonov, Russia have been a force to reckon with in the past couple of years.
The Leonov model (2, 3) has been employed as a nonlinear viscoelastic constitutive equation by many researchers in analyzing the flow-induced residual stress and birefringence.
Anniversaries: 1869: Birth of statesman Arthur Neville Chamberlain; 1891: The telephone link between London and Paris was opened; 1922: Mahatma Gandhi sentenced to six years' imprisonment for sedition; 1930: The planet Pluto was discovered by the American astronomer Clyde Tombaugh; 1947: Prince Philip became a naturalized Briton; 1949: NATO was set up with Britain and seven other European countries; 1965: The first walk in space made by Russian astronaut Alexei Leonov.
Despite this patchy form, boss Mikhail Likhachev has brought a brilliant squad to the UAE, boasting players like captain Ilya Leonov, Alexei Makarov, goalkeeper Andriy Bukhlitskiy, Egor Shaykov and Dmitry Shishin.
The constitutive equation used in this work is the one proposed by Leonov (23-26) because it describes properly the viscoelastic behavior (27) and exhibits mathematical stability (28).
Anniversaries: 1891: The telephone link between London and Paris was opened; 1922: Mahatma Gandhi sentenced to six years imprisonment for sedition; 1930: The planet Pluto was discovered by the American astronomer Clyde Tombaugh; 1931: The electronic razor was first manufactured in Stanford, Conneticut; 1947: Prince Philip became a naturalized Briton; 1949: NATO was set up with Britain and seven other European countries; 1965: The first walk in space made by Russian astronaut Alexei Leonov.
Led by captain Ilya Leonov, Russia made two World Cup quarter-final appearances in 2008 and 2009 before being crowned world champions at the next edition held in Italy in 2011.
using the simple Leonov model, which employs a relaxation spectrum extracted from the shear curve (18).