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(Russian zlətaˈust)
(Placename) a town in W Russia, on the Ay river: one of the chief metallurgical centres of the Urals since the 18th century. Pop: 192 000 (2005 est)
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(ˌzlɑ təˈust)

a city in the W Russian Federation in Asia, in the Ural Mountains. 206,000.
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In 2017, a regional news program reported the following: "In the Zlatoust, law enforcement authorities/security forces held a training exercise to develop expertise in dealing with riots ...
** Sloboden pecat has learned from senior church sources that Serbian bishops have accepted the proposal of Jovan Vraniskovski's Orthodox Ohrid Archbishopric to celebrate the 1000th anniversary of the Ohrid Archbishopric in the Monastery of Sveti Jovan Zlatoust in Bitola.
For instance, artisans from the city of Zlatoust, located in the Ural Mountains of Chelyabinsk, east of Moscow, released a 1kg silver coin, engraved with Trump's profile and the words "In Trump We Trust," a reference to "In God We Trust," a phrase seen on U.S.
Jovan Zlatoust and a spring with what is believed to be healing water rest on the left side of the lake.
(The compilations of daily calendar readings likewise offer extremely diverse models of exemplary lives as a guide to proper living.) Alternatively, Tolstoy's "books of rules" can be seen as an updated version of the sixteenth century Domostroi--a codex of moral rules consisting of statements by various authors from the spiritual fathers popular in Russia like Zlatoust, to adaptations from various Russian, Greek, French, and Czech moral texts, quotations from the Book of Proverbs and other biblical texts, to aphorisms and proverbs.
The Orthodox way of counteracting boredom is laid out as follows by St Ioann Zlatoust (Bishop of Constantinople, 407).
The most famous of these were the armorers of Tula, a regular estate until its abolition in 1864, but there were also workers scattered in other factories like those of Sestroretsk, Izhevsk, and Izhorsk and in Zlatoust, Kazan, Okhta, and the Baltic Shipyard.
Protopopov, eds., Zakonodatel'stvo Rossiiskoi Federatsii o svobode veroispovedanii i religioznykh ob'edineniiakh (Moscow: Zlatoust, 1993), 16-17.
The Jehovah's Witnesses successful attempt to build a Kingdom Hall in Zlatoust in the Chelyabinsk region is an example of federal authorities intervening at the local level through the court system.
"Achmatovsk, Zlatoust district," given by my trusty old 1932 edition of Dana's Textbook of Mineralogy.