Mytishchi


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My•ti•shchi

(mɪˈti ʃi)

n.
a city in the W Russian Federation in Europe, NE of Moscow. 150,000.
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The Rostov party spent the night at Mytishchi, fourteen miles from Moscow.
The countess said she had been unable to close her eyes on account of his moaning, and at Mytishchi she moved into a worse hut simply to be farther away from the wounded man.
One glow had long been visible and everybody knew that it was Little Mytishchi burning- set on fire by Mamonov's Cossacks.
"But they told us Little Mytishchi had been set on fire by Mamonov's Cossacks."
"It's more to the left, why, Little Mytishchi is over there, and this is right on the other side."
The children lived in a flat full of rotting garbage in "socially dangerous conditions", according to the authorities in Mytishchi, north of Moscow.
We used data on the volumes of biogas emission from the "Samosyrovo" MSW landfills (Vysokogorsky municipal district of the Republic of Tatarstan) and "Korgashino" (Mytishchi district of the Moscow region), as well as population characteristics of Zvanka and Konstantinovka villages habitants, and Samosyrovo village falling into the biogas dispersion zone of the Samosyrovo landfill, and the villages of Vysokovo, Svinoedovo, and Korgashino, Kardo-Lenta settlement, located within the halo of biogas dispersion of the Korgashino landfill.
"I will see you at Mytishchi train station," he said over the phone, organizing our first meeting.
Stanley Cup-winning coach Tom Rowe was fired after the club lost four of their first five matches but they have crept into the play-off places and can cement that status with a home win over Atlant Mytishchi.
The three new trains bought from Russian company Metrovagonmash located in Mytishchi, near Moscow were launched in December 2010 by the Sofia Metro.
Later in 2007, Tikkurila announced plans to invest $27 million in a new logistics and customer service center in Mytishchi (near Moscow) to meet growing demand for paints and coatings.
Tikkurila has opened a 20 million [euro] logistics and customer service center in Mytishchi near Moscow.