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 (vôr′ə-shē′ləf-grăd′, və-rə-shē-ləf-grät′)
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(Russian vərəʃilafˈɡrat)
(Placename) the former name (1935–91) of Lugansk
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a city in E Ukraine, in the Donets Basin. 509,000. Formerly (1935–90), Voroshilovgrad .
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(23) An efficient Voroshilovgrad trade union activist in the local enamel factory claims to have gone to lunch only after having made sure that those working in production had finished eating.
Lord Mayor Coun David Myfer Evans led the week-long trip to present Cardiff Week in Voroshilovgrad, the capital of the Ukraine.
Blurring the boundaries between time and space as well as place, Voroshilovgrad narrates the journey of Herman, an advertising executive, who returns to his remote home after years of city living to find his missing brother.