Maikop


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Maikop

(Russian majˈkɔp)
n
(Placename) a city in SW Russia, capital of the Adygei Republic: extensive oilfields to the southwest; mineral springs. Pop: 165 000 (2005 est)

Mai•kop

(maɪˈkɔp)

n.
a city in the SW Russian Federation in Europe, SE of Krasnodar. 149,000.
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Belorechenskaya, Maikop, Kurgannaya, Tikhoretskaya, Caucasian, Armavir-1, Armavir-2, Novorossiysk, Anapa, Crimea, Tunnel, Krasnodar-1, Hot Key, Timashevskaya, Starominskaya, Yeisk
From the Republic of Adygeya the gathering was attended by head of the presidential administration of the Republic of Adygea and the Cabinet of Ministers Murat Tkhakushinov, Deputy Prime Minister Natalia Shirokova, Minister of economic development and trade Anazaur Kuanv, Minister of culture Yuri Autlev, Minister of education and science Anzaur Kerashev, rector, rector of Maikop state technological University Saida Kuizheva, acting rector of Adygea State University Daud Mamiy, Dean of the international faculty of the ASU Susanna Tlehatuk, reported the press service of the government of Adygea.
Physicochemical properties of shale strata in the Maikop series of Ciscaucasia.
Three weeks later, Thomas, Olga, Gurdjieff, and the others are holed up in an abandoned farm on the outskirts of a town called Maikop. It is out of their way, but their train stopped here, able to go no farther due to fighting that closed in and surrounded the town.
Koshev, Istoriia i problemy kul'turno-tekhnicheskogo razvitiia rabochikh kadrov narodov Severnogo Kavkaza v 60-e-nachale 80-kb godov (Maikop: s.n., 1994), 91.
In 2007, the exhibition was attended by more than 70 enterprises of Sverdlovsk, Novosibirsk, Chelyabinsk, Magnitogorsk, and Maikop regions.
Agnessa, a largely apolitical part-Greek, part-Russian, part-Yakut woman born in 1902 in Maikop, in southern Russia, falls in love with a Jewish man from Odessa.
(74) At a conference in Maikop on June 30 2012, the Adygean leadership was harshly criticized by Circassian activists for inaction in regard to facilitating the Syrian Circassians' repatriation.
The funds will be allocated to building 15 movie theatres in cities, including Maikop, Astrakhan, and Elektrostal, according to Dmitriyev.
This catalogue, edited by the former head of archaeology and ancient art department at the Museum of Oriental Art, Moscow, brings together the over 300 objects from the Maikop Treasure, ranging in date from the Bronze Age to the medieval period.
(21.) These ships included Igarka, Arktikii, Mikoyan, Maxim Gorkii, Uelen, Perekop, Maikop, V.