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Horno

 

an organization of western Ukrainian proletarian writers that arose in L’vov in 1929. Its members included the writers and public figures S. I. Tudor, Ia. A. Galan, P. S. Kozlaniuk, and A. A. Gavriliuk, who became Soviet writers after the reunification of the western Ukrainian lands with the Soviet Ukraine in 1939. The literary organ of Horno was the journal Vikna. Horno propagated ideas of socialist revolution, established ties with Soviet literature, and struggled against bourgeois nationalism. It ceased to exist in 1933 in connection with the fascist terror in Poland, which included eastern Galicia.

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We proceeded to Los Hornos, another mining district, where the principal hill was drilled with holes, like a great ants'-nest.
Implementing agency : Ilustre Municipalidad de Cabo de Hornos,
La Hora de los Hornos explains the rise of anti-imperialist regimes in the global south, the first of which was Peronism in Argentina.
Work by CMA has outlined four mineralized zones consisting of sub-parallel vein-stockwork systems: the Veta Tomas, Dos Hornos 1, Dos Hornos 2, ("Dos Hornos Zone") Once Bocas and Chacuaco Zones.
Putting the failure of its attempts to create a merger with Altos Hornos de Mexico (AHMSA) behind it, IMSA-Acero announced that it will invest US$20 million this year to install a second continuous galvanization facility at Industria Galvanizadora de Guatemala (Ingasa), a subsidiary of the IMSA group, reports the Mexico City daily El Financiero (March 1, 2000).
With Altos Hornos de Mexico (Ahmsa) drowning in debt, rumor has it that several other Mexican companies are willing to step in to resuscitate it.
The Program will be centered on the northern extension of the Dos Hornos and Once Bocas North Zones.
The companies being recognized are: Altos Hornos de Mexico, Grupo Cementos Chihuahua, Cooperativa La Cruz Azul, CEMEX, Cementos Portland Moctezuma, Ford de Mexico, Grupo Modelo, Grupo Porcicola Mexicano, Holcim Apasco, Mittal Steel Lazaro Cardenas, NHUMO, PEMEX, SICARTSA/Villacero, Siderurgica Tultitlan, and Sumitomo Corporativo de Mexico.
Project Description: The "lighting homes with solar energy, in the communities of Los Hornos and El Naranjo" project is located in St.
Grupo Acerero del Norte and Altos Hornos de Mexico have made a decision to focus their efforts on another investment, the Tehuantepec Project, which is considered to have a greater income-yield capacity.
de) ("Cream") is pleased to provide the following clarification of its news release dated January 27, 2005, which reported results from examination of the Dos Hornos North section, Vein 1 of its Nuevo Milenio property south west of Tepic, Nayarit State, Mexico.
83 million was endowed by Steelmaker Altos Hornos de Mexico (AHMSA) in a new mill, which would produce high-tensile steel for the oil industry.