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Malakhov

(məlä`khəf), hill overlooking SevastopolSevastopol
, formerly spelled Sebastopol, city (1989 pop. 355,000), on the Crimean peninsula and the Bay of Sevastopol, an inlet of the Black Sea. From 1954 part of Ukraine (then the Ukrainian SSR), it passed to Russian control in 2014 after the occupation and annexation of
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, S Crimea, just east of the city. A major fortified point in the Crimean War, it was stormed (1855) by the French after an 11-month siege. The name is often spelled Malakoff.
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Among her books are Baryshnikov in Russia and Vladimir Malakov.
In contrast to Pihido, Malakov stresses the patriotism of those Kyivans who strove to defend their city from the Nazis.
In describing how his mother found a new, larger apartment thanks to the Nazi-appointed local government and the Soviet evacuation, Malakov also portrays Kyivans' initial judgment of their departed rulers.
The incredible detail which Malakov provides--the author has been employed by the Kyiv City Museum of History--results in an extended process of clarification.
Mernyi, Malakov articulates the outcome of Kyiv's life under the Germans: "Both of them found the conditions of life under the occupiers, and the occupiers themselves, hateful.
Although he damns the Germans, Malakov is careful to qualify the return of Soviet power by putting the term "ours" within quotation marks.
The island's governor Ivan Malakov will also host a dinner for the Royal visitor.
A John Malkovich B John Malakov C John MacEnroe If you would like to win the weekend break send your answer, with your name, address and Wales on Sunday Reader Club number or completed application form (see right), to: Big Sleep Competition, Wales on Sunday, PO Box 5038, Cardiff CF5 1XR.
Ron Francis of the Pittsburgh Penguins was fined $1,000 and suspended for two games without pay by the NHL because of a "checking from behind incident" against Montreal Canadiens defenseman Vladimir Malakov on Saturday.
The obtained results are summarized in Table 1, where the requirements are grouped according to the main system properties (Boyadjiev, Malakov, Bachvarov, 2005)