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 (lē′pĕtsk′, lyē′pyĭtsk)
A city of western Russia south-southeast of Moscow. Originally founded in the 1200s, it was rebuilt in 1707 as a metallurgical center by orders of Peter the Great.
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(Russian ˈlipɪtsk)
(Placename) a city in central Russia, on the Voronezh River: steelworks. Pop: 518 000 (2005 est)
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(ˈli pɛtsk)

a city in the W Russian Federation in Europe, SSE of Moscow. 465,000.
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The usual route through Moscow could not be thought of, and the roundabout way Princess Mary was obliged to take through Lipetsk, Ryazan, Vladimir, and Shuya was very long and, as post horses were not everywhere obtainable, very difficult, and near Ryazan where the French were said to have shown themselves was even dangerous.
NLMK Lipetsk, the Group's flagship production site, has begun construction and installation works on the complete overhaul of Continuous Casting Machine (CCM) No.