Ostrovsky


Also found in: Wikipedia.

Ostrovsky

(ɒsˈtrɒfskɪ)
n
(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
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Meritize, a provider of financing solutions for skills-based education and workforce development, has announced it has named Eugene Ostrovsky as the company's new chief financial officer, the company said.
One of the most dramatic differences will be the new site's Google Translate tool, allowing it to be read in 102 languages from Afrikaans to Zulu, said Suzanne Ostrovsky, assistant to the village manager.
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.
Dr.Andrey Ostrovsky has joined Maryland-based CARF-accredited opioid treatment program Concerted Care Groupas its president and CEO.
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.
Therefore (1) with f(u) = [u.sup.2] is called the Ostrovsky equation.
Synopsis: In the pages of "The Invention of Russia: From Gorbachev's Freedom to Putin's War", Arkady Ostrovsky deftly explains how a country that embraced freedom and market reform 25 years ago end up as an autocratic police state bent on confrontation with America and the territorial conquest of its neighbors.
The news: Josh Ostrovsky, the self-proclaimed "Fat Jew" who recently became the latest comedian/entrepreneur to begin turning a single Instagram account into comedy golda pilot for Comedy Central, a book deal with Hachette, across the board representation with CAA is now latest Icarus brought down by the unmerciful sun of Internet scrutiny.
Finally, Michal Ostrovsky's analysis of the European Jewish Children's Aid and its work with young Holocaust survivors returns us to the question of war's effect on American Jewry.
Simon Ostrovsky, a reporter for the Brooklyn-based Vice News, has been covering the crisis in Ukraine for weeks.
(We'll Settle It Ourselves) Sherman Cymru, Cardiff, 7.30pm Tickets: PS15-PS22, concs PS13-PS20, under 25s PS7.50-PS11 Adaptation of a satirical comedy by Alexander Ostrovsky.