19) In January 1726, for example, two commissioners of the Obonezhskaia region in Novgorod Province, Nikita Artsybashev
and Grigorii Baranov, and the clerk Iakov Volotskii were sentenced to death: "hang them in that [same] Obonezhskaia region and write their crimes on tin; nail [them] to those gallows and do not remove their bodies from the gallows.
Foreign coach Alexander Artsybashev was not keen on Khushbir competing at the event, but the walker was left with no option.
Artsybashev refused to divulge details when M AIL T ODAY tried to reach him to know the reason for Khushbir's pullout.
details the translation of work by Mikhail Artsybashev
(1878-1927), Boris Savinkov (writing as V.
The best--selling work of Mikhail Artsybashev
, for example, was said to be marked by "something nightmarish, painful, full of gloom and despair," and with "the color black,"indeed with.
With: Sergey Makovetsky, Sergey Garmash, Aleksey Petrenko, Yury Stoyanov, Sergei Gazarov, Nikita Makhalkov, Mikhail Efremov, Valentin Gaft, Aleksey Gorbunov, Argey Artsybashev
, Victor Verzhbitsky, Roman Madianov, Aleksander Adabashian, Apti Magamayev.
It is very closely related to the sensational novel Sanin by Mikhail Artsybashev
, which swept Russia during this period; Verbitskaya even has her characters discuss the other novel's ideas.
With the failure of the Russian Revolution of 1905, Artsybashev joined in expressing the pessimism and cynicism that overtook the Russian literary world.
Conservative critics condemned Artsybashev for immorality, and progressive critics found little intrinsic literary merit in his books.
The task of designing the botanical side of the subtropical landscape, the selection of exotic flora for acclimatization, was entrusted to the Moscow botanist Dmitrii Dmitrievich Artsybashev
, the director of a large experimental greenhouse in nearby Sukhumi with extensive experience with subtropical flora, a researcher and deputy director for research of the Institute of Plant Breeding (which replaced the former institute) under Nikolai Ivanovich Vavilov.
THE government pays $ 4,950 ( ` 3,05,662) as monthly salary to foreign coach Alexander Artsybashev
for training Indian walkers.
Liseitsev, like the d'iak Ivan Timofeev four centuries earlier, bemoans the entree of unqualified epigoni into the Smuta chancelleries, their job attainment through bribes, and the passing of the famous 16th-century chancellery workhorses Vasilii Shchelkalov and Andrei Artsybashev