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(ˌnoʊ və mɒsˈkɔfsk, -ˈkɒfsk)

a city in the W Russian Federation in Europe, S of Moscow. 147,000.
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The company said it will invest $100 million in the establishment of a large-scale distribution center on the basis of its plant in the city of Novomoskovsk in the Tula region.
Major capacity contribution will be from the plant, Novomoskovsk Azot Novomoskovsk Ammonia Plant, with a capacity of 1.84 mtpa by 2023.
It took 36 months for the US to transfer the case to the Russian Federation, after which Rakossi was apprehended and arrested in Novomoskovsk, Russia.
Till the end of 2012 extra 220 MW will be commissioned at Livensk and Novomoskovsk GRESs.
Technology of getting biodiesel fuels [Tekhnologia poluchenia biodiselnikh topliv], Materials of 6th International Scientific Conference "Gumanitarnie i estesstvennie faktori reshenia ekologicheskikh problem i ustoichivogo razvitia", in Russian, Novomoskovsk, pp.78-80
The new cities include Krasnodar, Ujno-Sakhalinsk, Kemerovo, Novotroitsk, Bratsk, Angarsk, Biysk, Rubtsovsk, Prokopyevsk, Tolyatti, Novokuybyshevsk, Saratov, Dimitrovgrad, Astrakhan, Taganrog, Shakhty, Novocherkassk, Novomoskovsk, Rybinsk, Magnitogorsk, Orsk, and Kamensk Uralskiy.
The new line is situated at the company's Interpipe Novomoskovsky Pipe Plant in Novomoskovsk, Ukraine.
17, two missiles from the submarine Novomoskovsk in the Barents Sea also failed to launch - for reasons that remained in dispute a day later - even as Putin watched from the deck of another submarine.
But the missile launch from the Novomoskovsk did not take place.
P&G eventually found a suitable partner in Novomoskovsk, a city located about 130 miles from Moscow.