Ermak

Ermak:

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, d. 1584?, Russian conqueror of Siberia; his name also occurs as Yermak Timofeyevich. The leader of a band of independent Russian Cossacks, he spent his early career plundering the czar's ships on the Volga and later entered the service of a merchant
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Ermak

 

a city (until 1961 a village) in Pavlodar Oblast, Kazakh SSR. It is a landing on the Irtysh River 33 km above Pavlodar and the terminus of a 21-km railroad branch from the Pavlograd-Tselinograd line. Population, 28,000 (1970). Ermak’s factories produce ferroalloys, metal structures, and reinforced-concrete items. The Ermak State Regional Electric Power Plant is located there. The general technical department of the Pavlodar Industrial Institute, a physical culture technicum, a cultural and educational school, and a medical school are located in Ermak and the Irtysh-Karaganda canal originates nearby.


Ermak

 

an icebreaker of the USSR’s Arctic Fleet, named in honor of the cossack ataman Ermak Timofeevich. Displacement, 8,730 tons; length, 97.5 m; width, 21.6 m. It was built in Newcastle (Great Britain) and was commissioned in 1899.

The idea of building the Ermak was S. O. Makarov’s, and he supervised the engineering commission and the construction of the ship. The Ermak was the first icebreaker in the world capable of forcing its way through heavy ice and ensuring safe passage for vessels. In the summer of 1899 it made its first voyage to the arctic under the command of Makarov. It reached 81°28’ N lat. In its first 12 years the Ermak led more than 1,000 vessels through the Gulf of Finland. It took part in the Ice Cruise of the Baltic Fleet in 1919. Beginning in the 1930’s it did a great deal of work in various regions of the Arctic Ocean, and in February 1938 it helped rescue the crew of the Severnyi Polius station, headed by I. D. Papanin, from an ice floe. During the Great Patriotic War it supported vessel movements through ice in the Baltic. It was awarded the Order of Lenin in 1949 and was decommissioned in 1963.

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With your permission I will also quote you an extract from Rataziaev's story, Ermak and Zuleika:
What must Ermak have felt when he learnt that his Zuleika had been murdered, Barbara?
cried Ermak in the madness of his wrath as he strove to sharpen his steel blade upon the enchanted rock.
Then Ermak, unable to survive the loss of his Zuleika, throws himself into the Irtisch, and the tale comes to an end.
The highways do not have any concept and strategy," Juraj ermak, former investment director of the National Highway Company (NDS) told the Sme daily.
Like sabellids (Lawrence and Krasne, 1965; Ermak and Eakin, 1976), the cerebral ocellar photoreceptors of serpulids are rhabdomeric in nature, with the elaborated photoreceptive membranes being formed from microvilli that project into a pigment cup (Figs.
Oenema O, Bleeker A, Braathen NA, Budnakova M, Bull K, C ermak P, Geupel M, Hicks K, Hoft R, Kozlova N, Leip A, Spranger T, Valli L, Veithof G, Winiwarterl W (2011) Nitrogen in current European policies.
Synopsis: In the pages of "Communism: The Great Misunderstanding", Gennady Ermak (who was born and raised in the former Soviet Union and now lives in Los Angeles California) demonstrates that, in contemporary (especially American) society, communism is confused with "bureaucratic collectivism".
The shares of the partners in OOO Ermak Neftegaz are split as follows: Rosneft - 51%, ?
Ermak [6] found also an analytical solution but with diffusivity and wind as functions of down distance only and Berkowicz and Prahm [7] gave a numerical solution for the dependent time two dimensional equation including dry deposition.
Mejoro su situacion porque pudo abastecerse de dos nuevos buques pequenos en Yakutat, el Ermak y el Rostislav.