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(ˈmʊər əm)

a city in the W Russian Federation in Europe, SW of Nizhni Novgorod. 120,000.
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The Permian route to the Baltic Sea region is indirectly outlined by finds in the Oka lower reaches (Khotiml, Murom, Chulkovo) and in the Moksha lower reaches (St.
Special drills were carried out and filmed in Murom, Vladimir Region on Tuesday to test the suits as well as some new kit.
During an early childhood spent in the small provincial town of Murom in Vladimir Province, this highly intelligent and intensely ambitious lad learned to appreciate studiousness, hard work, honesty, compassion, and sobriety; he also discovered that, despite his work ethic, more than one path of social mobility was closed to him because of his class--hence his distrust and anger towards the authorities and his desire for social justice.
Apparently Khvostov, who resided in Murom District in the "land," participated in a loan from the Malygins, who resided in the oprichnina.
This was Michael, a monk of the Christmas monastery in Vladimir who exclusively wrote princely services and vitas, including the service for St Alexander Nevsky, the service for St Constantine of Murom and his sons, perhaps the vita for St Alexander Nevsky, (92) the vita for St Constantine, (93) the addition to the service for Sts Peter and Fevronia, (94) and additions to two services devoted to Sts Boris and Gleb.
IN MERSEY Pola Murom | , a bulk carrier carrying biomass from the US.
(1) Murom Institute (branch) Federal state budgetary Educatioal Institution of Higher Professional Education "Vladimir State University named after Alexader Grigoryevich and Nikolay Grigoryevich Stoletov" 602264, Russia, Murom, Orlovskaya str., 23
Arbeiten der Biologischen Oka-Station (Murom, Russland), 5(1), 5-36 (in Russian, with German summary).
(15) The Swedish envoys were deported to Murom, where their entourage was disbanded and most of the delegation members died within the next few months, of plague and intolerable living conditions.