Shcherbakov


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Shcherbakov

(Russian ʃtʃɪrbaˈkɔf)
n
(Placename) a former name (from the Revolution until 1957) of Rybinsk

An•dro•pov

(ænˈdroʊ pɔf, -pɒf)
n.
a city in the W Russian Federation, NE of Moscow, on the Volga. 254,000. Formerly, Rybinsk (1958–84), Shcherbakov (1946–57).
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The other authors are Dora Madhura, Yasser Abdelrahman, Chetan Rathi, Robert Belland and Bernd Meibohm, all of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis; Dimitri Shcherbakov, Stefan Duscha and Erik Bottger, all of the University of Zurich; and Zhong Zheng, Jiuyu Liu, Aman Singh, Robin Lee and Jason Rosch, all of St.
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By rounding up migrants, authorities seemed to be trying to appease residents who had rallied in the Biryulyovo district to demand police find the killer of Yegor Shcherbakov, 25.
Zeinalov allegedly stabbed to death Yegor Shcherbakov, 25, an ethnic Russian, who was walking home with his girlfriend, Ksenia Popova, in Moscow's suburb of Biryulyovo.
The protests in Biryulyovo, which began Saturday, were apparently triggered by the fatal stabbing of Yegor Shcherbakov, 25, who police said was walking home with his girlfriend Thursday when he was killed.
The latest protest in Biryulyovo began with demands for more police action over the killing of Yegor Shcherbakov, 25, who authorities said was fatally stabbed while walking home with his girlfriend on Thursday night.
On September 22, 1943, when the Red Army was "30-35 km [outside] of Katyn," Chief of Propaganda and Agitation of the Central Committee of the VCP (b), Georgi Alexandrov, wrote to the secretary of the Central Committee Andrei Shcherbakov, pointing out the need for "preparatory steps to expose the German provocation" and proposing the establishment of a special committee consisting of representatives from the Extraordinary State Commission for the Investigation of Crimes of the German-Fascists and their Accomplices.
Amazingly Vladimir Shcherbakov, 33, escaped with concussion, cuts and bruises.
The man who died, 27-year-old Denis Burakov, was with friends at the Dombai ski resort, where they often went snowboarding, when he decided to take a ride with Vladimir Shcherbakov in a zorb being operated next to a beginners' slope.
Across the street is the recently re-designed Shcherbakov Park, which hosts events and festivals (including the "Fan Zone" during Euro 2012).
Leading Russian business daily newspaper Kommersantreported on Friday that a Colonel Shcherbakov of the Russian foreign intelligence service (SVR), who had been working for the Americans, betrayed the sleeper agents -- leading to their arrest and deportation -- in the biggest spy swap since the end of the Cold War.