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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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The research, conducted by Dr Grigory Ostrovskiy, assistant professor of Emergency Medicine; Dr Ziyad Mahfoud, associate professor of Healthcare Policy and Research; and student Rana Abualsaud, showed that emergency room visits in California for heat-related illnesses like heat exhaustion and heatstroke rose by 35 percent over a decade.
Ostrovskiy said: "We are glad this research has been highlighted by Reuters.
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Ilyushin Finance Co., Russia's biggest aircraft-leasing company, isn't yet planning to follow GE in ordering C919s, Deputy Director General Ostrovskiy Yury said after his visit to the plane mockup,.
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This number is greater than all Chekhov productions (including all short-story adaptations) combined, with Ostrovskiy coming in a distant third.
Sergey Sobyanin, Chief of the Presidential Administration, headed the Council, and two Presidential Administration officials (Mikhail Ostrovskiy and Aleksandr Kudryavtsev) were Council members.
It was very useful to learn about the various different leadership styles and work out which of them was most appropriate to my character and my career goals." Another WCM-Q alumni Dr Grigory Ostrovskiy, who is assistant professor of Emergency Medicine at WCM-Q, said: "I found the course extremely useful, particularly the sections that explained how to formulate a five-year plan for career progression and the Pugh decision-making matrix."
Grigory Ostrovskiy, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at WCM-Q, graduated from the college in 2011 and then completed residency training in emergency medicine at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital.