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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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Svyatoslav Ostrovsky, Head of Sberbank's Digital Platform Division, said, "In Sberbank Online it is as easy to conduct daily banking operations, such as money transfers and payment for services, as it is to send messages in messengers.
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The Invention of Russia by Arkady Ostrovsky, however, cannot be read alone, because as useful as it is, it is enormously (though not quite fatally) limited by the absence of the Soviet Jewry movement and American government policy in the narrative leading to the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Arkady Ostrovsky, The Invention of Russia: The Journey from Gorbachev's Freedom to Putins War.
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