Rovno


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Rov·no

 (rôv′nə)
See Rivne.
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Ro•vno

(ˈrɔv nə, ˈrɒv-)

n.
a city in NW Ukraine, NE of Lvov. 233,000.
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In 1941, the Nazi blitzkrieg strikes Rovno, Poland.
2001), leaving the correlation of the base of the Rovno Regional Stage open, it does not affect the correlation in Estonia where the S.
As one shooter noted, "In Rovno I had to participate in the first shooting.
(19) Iurii Butusov, "Kak ukrainskaia kontrrazvedka rovno god nazad zakhvatila pervogo shpiona v rossiisko-ukrainskoi voine," Tsensor.
He stayed in Russia after the war, ending his life in battle in Rovno, Ukraine.
A police raid on right-wing militants in Rovno resulting in the death of their leader Aleksandr Muzychko, a prominent anti-government figure in the Maidan, has infuriated the right-wing sector that accuses the interior minister of orchestrating a planned assassination.
Blumenthal had resurrected pre-war Rovno, Poland—the region's “cultural pearl”—from its twisting cobblestone alleyways to its labyrinthine pine forest, where tens of thousands were slaughtered over two dark days in November 1941.
In the first, the fit is carried out allowing for a free normalization of the reactor neutrino fluxes and including in the analysis the results of the reactor experiments with very short baseline L [less than or equal to] 100 m (RSBL), as Bugey, ROVNO, Krasnoyarsk, ILL, Gosgen, and SRP The results presented in the second column are, instead, obtained by assuming the recent reactor fluxes calculated by Huber [73] and leaving out RSBL data.
Post-Soviet era exported nuclear reactors are operating in China (Tianwan), Iran (Bushehr), and the Ukraine (Khmelnitski-2 and Rovno 4).