Stoyanov


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Sto•ya•nov

(stɔˈyɑ nɔf, -nɒf)
n.
Petar, born 1953, president of Bulgaria since 1997.
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Bulgaria's Deputy Minister of Justice Evgeni Stoyanov opened a "blue room" in the Northern Bulgarian city of Vratsa for hearing of child victims and perpetrators of crimes, the Ministry of Justice announced on 22nd of February.
Since gaining its independence, Azerbaijan has turned into a modern state with a stable economy developing at a rapid pace, said Petar Stoyanov, the former president of Bulgaria and a member of Board of Trustees at the Nizami Ganjavi International Center.
At the time, it was reported that Stoyanov was arrested along with a senior official of the FSB was also arrested.
The keenly-awaited duel between lightweight contenders Georgi Stoyanov and Saygid Guseyn Arslanaliev ended in a No Contest.
That essential characteristic of the group of intangible assets creates an additional difficulty in the process of their management and development because the compulsory proximity and the sufficient adequacy with the organizational strategy actually makes them an inexhaustible generator of value creation to the product, and in this sense that is what creates almost an insurmountable barrier for their precise measurement and provision of control (Terziev & Stoyanov, 2015).
Starostina, Stoyanov, and Debedeev analyze all the techniques currently being used to determine acid-base properties of solid organic and inorganic surfaces, and how that information can be used to enhance adhesion involving polymer-metal compounds.
The war between Sasanian Persia and East Rome/Byzantium in 603-28 is customarily seen as the last great war of antiquity, says Stoyanov (languages and cultures of the Near and Middle East, U.
The food came first when Brayan Stoyanov conceptualized the 7 Pizzeria Enoteca in a historic building in Ontario.
CSKA Sofia and national football team defender Kostadin Stoyanov has tested positive for methylhexanamine following CSKA's 1-0 win over archrivals Levski Sofia in October, it emerged on December 13.
POLICE ARE looking for two men, 38-year-old Rys Miroslav, also known as Marko or Polono, from Poland and 34-year-old Svetoslav Stoyanov, also known as Foti, from Bulgaria as they are considered illegal immigrants.
With: Yuri Stoyanov, Mariya Zvonaryova, Sergey Garmash, Kristina Kuzmina, Vladimir Vdovichenkov.