Mandelshtam


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Noun1.Mandelshtam - Russian poet who died in a prison camp (1891-1938)
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Korotyaev, B.A., Konstantinov, A.S., Lingafelter, S.W., Mandelshtam, M.Y.
Gumilyov and Latvia, 1916-1917 (1986), "Foreign Delight": Vladislav Khodasevich and Latvia (1987), Mandelshtam and Latvia (1988), A History of One Mystification [L.
Mandelshtam, "Familial hypercholesterolemia mutations in Petrozavodsk: no similarity to St.
Mandelshtam of the USSR Academy of Sciences (for the book <<Some Problems in Nuclear Theory>>, 1949);
CALIFORNIA Augustine George Chemparathy, Dougherty Valley High School, San Ramon; Andrew Jin, The Harker School, San Jose; Somya Khare, Lynbrook High School, San Jose; Rohith Kuditipudi, The Harker School, San Jose; Kriti Lall, Castilleja School, Palo Alto; Janel Lee, Amador Valley High School, Pleasanton; Yelena Mandelshtam, University High School, Irvine; Jennifer McCleary, Arnold O.
(27) Mandelstam, The Complete Critical Prose, 61-2; Mandelstam, Osip Mandelshtam: Stikhotvorenia, Proza, 503.
Eighty years ago, the talented poet Osip Mandelshtam wrote a shocking and accusatory poem against Stalin.
One more method of the choice of the unambiguous solution is the method attributed to Relay providing for introduction of the infinitesimal dissipation equivalent to the Mandelshtam condition.
The symbols of the award are bronze figurines of Katherine II (a great Russian Tsarina), Anna Akhmatova and Osip Mandelshtam (celebrated Russian poets).
And when I met Boris Pasternak's son Zhenya or Osip Mandelshtam's widow, Nadezhda, I knew enough of the lives and writings of Pasternak and Mandelshtam to engage their unbelievably courageous and intelligent families in a rich dialogue.