Kniga

Kniga

 

(Book), a central publishing house of the State Committee on Publishing, Printing, and the Book Trade of the USSR Council of Ministers. It is located in Moscow and since 1964 has been bringing out books dealing with book science, publishing, the book trade, printing, library science, and the theory of bibliography, as well as state, research, and recommended bibliographies.

In 1972 the publishing house issued 33 periodical publications, including the journals V mire knig and Poligrafiia, the collections Sovetskaia bibliografiia and Letopisi Vsesoiuznoi knizhnoi palaty, and the newspaper Knizhnoe obozrenie. It also issues catalog and annotation cards. Among its publications are Ezhegodnik knigi SSSR, the collections Péchât’ SSSR v 79 ... godu, Kniga: Issledovaniia i materialy, and Iskusstvo knigi. Its serial publications include Deiateli knigi and Sud’by knig.

In 1972, Kniga published 289 books and pamphlets totaling 3 million copies, 556 issues of periodical publications (10.9 million copies), and 70 other publications (500,000 copies), as well as catalog and annotation cards for 270,600 titles (425.5 million copies). The total printed output, excluding the newspaper Knizhnoe Obozrenie, is 71.4 million printed sheets.

A. E. MIL’CHIN

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Krasnaja kniga Tadzhikskoi SSR [Red Data Book of the Tadzhik SSR], Puhl.
Klir i mir: Kniga o zhizni sovremennogo prikhoda [Clergy and the community: A book about modern parishional life].
Krasnaya kniga Rossiiskoi Federacii [Red Book of Russian Federation (Plants)].
Special GSM 633E cell phones with cryptographic protection, a project by Mezhdunarodnaya Kniga - Tsennye Bumagi
Shmurlo, Volter i ego kniga o Petrom Velikom (Prague, 1929), which provides some documentation on how Voltaire composed this history.
Elle est l'auteure de plusieurs livres dont: Postmodernisticki literaturni studii, Skopje : Makedonska kniga, 2002; Makedonsko zensko pismo (Teorija, istorija i opis), Skopje : Makedonska kniga, 2003; Sanitarna enigma, Skopje : Templum, 2006; Komunisticka intima, Skopje : Templum, 2008; Intimist, Ljubljana : Drustvo Apokalipsa, 2008.
14) Milos Trivunac, quoted in Slobodanka Ast, "Kult slobode licnosti," Dnevni list Danas, Kniga Danas, http://www.
Kniga Esfir': k istorii pervogo slavianskogo perevoda.
His novels have earned him the three most prestigious Russian literary awards: the Russian Booker Prize in 2000, the National Bestseller Prize in 2005, and the Bolshaya Kniga (Big Book) Prize in 2006.
As genitive attribute it occurs in nominal phrases as student-len kniga jez (student-GEN book-3SG) 'student's book', korka-len l'ipet-ez 'the roof of the house'; in phrases with latter -(e)m-participle and following personal suffix as pijas-len verask-em-ez (boy-GEN speak-PARRT-3SG) 'boy's speaking', tin-ad kirza-m-ed (you-GEN sing-PART-2SG) 'your singing'; and in other phrases with noun-like components as kion vuz-em-len matekt-em-ez (wolf-NOM howl-PART-GEN approach-PART-3SG) 'approaching of wolf's howling'.