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RSFSR:

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officially the Russian Federation,
Rus. Rossiya, republic (2005 est. pop. 143,420,000), 6,591,100 sq mi (17,070,949 sq km). The country is bounded by Norway and Finland in the northwest; by Estonia, Latvia, Belarus, and Ukraine in the west; by Georgia
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Criminal Code of the RSFSR invalidated any transactions made against
In March 1921, the RSFSR also extended the Anglo-Soviet Trade Agreement of March 16, 1921, though disputes with Great Britain over the Wrangell Islands and the intervention led to a slight decrease in trade in 1923.
After the death of Stalin, however, his successor Nikita Khrushchev (an ethnic Ukrainian) ceded Crimea in 1954 from the RSFSR to the Ukrainian SSR, ostensibly in commemoration of the 300th anniversary of the reunification of Russia and Ukraine.
51) But the decision to establish "a unified Russian Procuracy" on the Soviet model had already been made by the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR in November 1991.
Kodeks zakonov o trude RSFSR [Code of Laws on Labour].
Sbornik zakonodatel'nykh materialov SSSR i RSFSR 19171958 gg.
But few Russians regarded the RSFSR as their homeland--and with good reason: it was really just the territory that was left over when the non-Russian republics had been created.
Vlasov, Predsedatel' Presidiuma Verkhovnogosoveta RSFSR, 'Moskva, natsional'naia gordost' sovetskogo naroda', Pravda, 2 September 1947.
Ideotype of pea plants in relation to their resistance to lodging in the south of the non-chernozem zone of the RSFSR.
Moskva, Gosudarstvennoe uchebno-pedagogicheskoe izdatel'stvo prosveshcheniya RSFSR, 1950, 50-53.
The first contacts between the RSFSR and Ataturk's Turkey were friendly; on 16 March 1921 the two states concluded a treaty of friendship.
25) The Council of People's Commissars RSFSR (Sovnarkom) and the People's Commissariat of Labor (Narkomtrud) composed a list of jobs and occupations earmarked for the predominant or exclusive employment of women.