Novocherkassk


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No•vo•cher•kassk

(ˌnoʊ və tʃərˈkɑsk)

n.
a city in the SW Russian Federation in Europe, NE of Rostov. 188,000.
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It is planned to install similar modules in Millerovo, Novocherkassk, Krasnosulinsky district, - Vasily Golubev said.
Steppe zone vegetation and soil layer pollution by heavy metals under the influence Novocherkassk Power Station emission.
It was observed that when the Novocherkassk entered the Bosporus it was followed by a Turkish helicopter, while some security precautions were being taken by police along the coasts of the Bosporus.
The shooting of the demonstration of workers in Novocherkassk in 1962 (like preceding repressions) demonstrated to workers the impossibility of open action for their rights.
71) Consumer subsidies and soft budget constraints are intimately connected to the Soviet political economy, which Gaidar claims was irrevocably committed to maintaining low prices and adequate food supplies in Russia's major cities after the riots in Novocherkassk in June 1962, when army troops sent to quell a riot provoked by a 2 percent rise in food prices initially fraternized with the rioters.
Upon completing his secondary education at Novocherkassk in 1918, he enrolled at the Don Polytechnic but was forced by the Russian Civil War to interrupt his studies.
1) North-Caucasian Zonal Research Veterinary Institute, Rostovskoe shosse street, 346400, Novocherkassk, Russia
Other satellite pictures, dated March 27 and taken near Novocherkassk, showed units of a motorized rifle regiment, a "probable" anti-tank battalion and artillery.
Among them are the missile cruiser Moskva and three of Russian navy's largest amphibian craft, the Aleksandr Shabalin, the Novocherkassk and the Minsk, all carrying large detachments of marines, and a fourth landing craft, the Azov, there since last month.
Russia's naval task force in the Eastern Mediterranean currently comprises 10 warships: the guided-missile cruiser Moskva, the destroyers Smetlivy and Admiral Panteleyev, the frigate Neustrashimy and the assault landing ships Nikolai Filchenkov, Peresvyet, Admiral Nevelskoi, Minsk, Novocherkassk and Alexander Shabalin.
They are expected to be joined by the large landing ships Novocherkassk and Minsk and the missile cruiser Moskva.
Evgenii Gontmakher, Deputy Director of the Institute of World Economy and International Relations of the Russian Academy of Sciences, published an article 'Scenario: Novocherkassk 2009' in which he warned of social protests in Russia's mono-cities if factories shut down as a result of the crisis (Vedomosti, 6 November 2009).