Zagorsk


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Za•gorsk

(zəˈgɔrsk)

n.
former name (1930–91) of Sergiyev Posad.
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Ecumenically experienced writers called for new procedures, and making better use of empirical knowledge and a dialogue with scientists, as had been the case at the preparatory conferences in Geneva, Beirut, and Zagorsk. In spite of highly competent contributions, Uppsala lacked concrete social and economic analysis or plans for joint action by the churches; but most of all, it lacked profound theological consideration.
Six months prior to the beginning of the Great Patriotic War, the famous PPSh-41 was adopted with production to begin in the small town of Zagorsk. This is a few hours' drive from Moscow.
On one occasion during a mid-1980s visit to a monastery in Zagorsk, Howe was about to follow Thatcher into the church.
Zagorsk from the Japanese house Comme des Garcons, for example, smells like birch, pine and frankincense, and is meant to capture the scent of old Russian Orthodox monasteries.
The oldest nesting dolls on display, showing peasant families dressed in traditional clothing, were made in the town of Sergiev Posad, a toy-making center which was renamed Zagorsk in the Soviet era.
We drove out to Zagorsk, about 40 kilometres outside Moscow.
Meshcheryakov desarrollo metodos de educacion de ninos sordos y ciegos y abrio una escuela para sordos y ciegos en Zagorsk, en 1962.
The company's key competitors are OGK-1 with its Kashira GRES-4, OGK-4 with the Shatura GRES-5, and RusHydro, operating the Zagorsk HAPP.