Tobolsk


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Tobolsk

(Russian taˈbɔljsk)
n
(Placename) a town in central Russia, at the confluence of the Irtysh and Tobol Rivers: the chief centre for the early Russian colonization of Siberia. Pop: 100 000 (2000 est)
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Do you remember, Art, when we had the pack after us at Tobolsk? What wouldn't we have given then for a repeater apiece!"
Despite the increase of polypropylene production by 14.4%, we observed a decrease in sales volumes by 4.4% to 280 thousand tonnes due to substantial inventory accumulation as we used propylene from our Tobolsk site as a feedstock for ZapSib during commissioning works.
This is also supported by SIBUR's proven track record of completing large-scale greenfield projects such as Tobolsk Polymer in the past.
The Sibur plant is taking shape near Tobolsk, birthplace of Dmitry Mendeleev, the inventor of the periodic table and one of the founders of modern chemistry.
The family is housed in an abandoned army barracks in the "godforsaken outpost" of Tobolsk. Their lives become even more unbearable when the Red Guard takes command, their mission to cruelly punish the family for their former excessive lifestyle.
Two stashes - personally handed to locals by the tsar - were likely to have been hidden in Tobolsk or Omsk.
SibUr has been a trustee for 51% of the shares of the Tobolsk petrochemicals plant, the largest in West Siberia.
Concerning the acridids which attack crops and pastures in the regions of Perm, Tobolsk and Orenburg.
Indeed, the couple has been groomed for this job since the 1960s, when the KGB first recruited two young Russians--Mischa from Tobolsk and Nadezhda from Smolensk--to become "illegals," or deep-cover spies, in the United States.
The focus of investment will be NKNK's planned 1mn tpa ethylene complex by 2016 and Sibur's planned 1.5mn tpa cracker at its Tobolsk site.