Zagorsk


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Za•gorsk

(zəˈgɔrsk)

n.
former name (1930–91) of Sergiyev Posad.
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101) Amelia Garcia Ortega, nacida en Baracaldo en 1930, vivio en la "casa" en Evpatoria y despues trabajo de enfermera en Zagorsk.
It quickly became apparent that Zagorsk might be overrun by the advancing Wehrmacht, so a decision was made to move the arsenal.
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.
La maestria de Kurchevski se encuentra en su dominio de la tecnica de animacion que emplea y, tambien, en como modela y viste las figuras dandoles un fuerte expresionismo, debe considerarse que el director trabajo muchos anos como encargado de las exposiciones (curator) en el museo de munecas de Zagorsk.
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.
It is manufactured by the Zagorsk Optical Mechanical Plant and is offered for installation on business jets.