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Ostrovsky

(ɒsˈtrɒfskɪ)
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(Biography) Aleksandr Nikolayevich. 1823–86, Russian dramatist, noted for his satirical comedies about the bourgeoisie. His plays include The Bankrupt (1849) and The Storm (1859), a tragedy
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[18] CaO-Ca[F.sub.2]-Si[O.sub.2] Seo and Tsukihashi [19] FeO-Si[O.sub.2] Belashchenko and CaO-FeO-Si[O.sub.2] Ostrovskii [20] Belashchenko and CaO-[P.sub.2][O.sub.5] Ostrovskii [21] Present work CaO-Si[O.sub.2]-[P.sub.2][O.sub.5]-FeO References T, K Sequence Matsumiya et al.
Ostrovskii, Universal 'nyi spravochnik po istorii Rossii [Universal Reference on the History of Russia], St.
Ostrovskii, Value distribution of meromorphic functions, translated from the 1970 Russian original by Mikhail Ostrovskii, Translations of Mathematical Monographs, 236, Amer.
All three candidates--Metropolitan Kliment of Kaluga and Borovsk (code-named Topaz), Metropolitan Filaret of Minsk and Slutsk (code-named Ostrovskii), and Metropolitan Kirill (code-named Mikhailov)--also have been reliably identified as agents of the KGB/FSB.
The educational aspect of farming on subsidiary farms was also celebrated in these official accounts, as younger generations were thought to be acquiring valuable agricultural knowledge and personal characteristics (Kalinkin, 1981, page 5; Ostrovskii, 1988, page 17; Shmelev, 1971, page 8).
While writing Merchants and Entrepreneurs in Imperial Russia and deploring the dearth of merchants' memoirs, I sought insights into their social mores in works of literature, especially Ostrovskii and Chekhov.
Ostrovskii, "Mechanisms of methanol synthesis from hydrogen and carbon oxides at Cu-Zn-containing catalysts in the context of some fundamental problems of heterogeneous catalysis," Catalysis Today, vol.
V Ostrovskii, The Distribution of Values of Meromorphic Functions, Nauka, Moscow, Russia, 1970, (Russian).
This was later extended by Ostrovskii and Peresyolkova [22] to include 0 < [beta] < 3.
Ostrovskii, Interference of electrons resulting from photodissociation of an atom in electric field, JETP Lett.34, 403-405(1981).
Ostrovskii, The Distribution of Values of Meromorphic Function, Nauka, Moscow, 1970 (in Russian).
We note that this problem was investigated independently by Ostrovskii [11], who obtained many of the results that we present here.