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Slavkov

 

(also Slavkov u Brna), a city in Czechoslovakia, in the Czech Socialist Republic, in the province of South Moravia, near the city of Brno. Slavkov has a Baroque palace and park ensemble, now a museum, which dates from the late 17th and early 18th centuries (architect D. Martinelli). On Nov. 20 (Dec. 2), 1805, the battle of Austerlitz was fought near Slavkov (in German, Austerlitz). [23–1615–]

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While the IOC are continuing their investigations into the allegations that Slavkov was prepared to accept gifts from undercover reporters posing as London businessmen trying to gain support for the capital's bid - claims which the Bulgarian fiercely denies - Reedie is attempting to limit the damaging impact of the programme on the IOC.
The decision to ``provisionally deprive Mr Ivan Slavkov of all the rights, prerogatives and functions deriving from his membership of the IOC'' while the ethics committee con tin -ues its investigation was made unanimously by the Executive Board meeting in Athens.
Mr Slavkov was filmed secretly discussing how votes could be bought in the campaign to host the 2012 Olympics.
From the late 1520s different forms of communal experiments were pursued at Slavkov (Austerlitz).
Then it was the arrest of another city councillor, Ivan Slavkov, arrested on similar charges.
Meanwhile, the IOC's executive board will decide today whether to recommend the expulsion of Ivan Slavkov, the Bulgarian accused of bribery after a sting by the BBC's Panorama programme in August, from the organisation.
Another uncommon mineral noted from KARP Minerals is isokite from Horni Slavkov.
2010), the Brunovistulicum consists of the Slavkov Terrane (the island arc crust), the Brno-Bfeclav Terrane (a late Proterozoic back arc basin) and the Dyje Terrane (an older continental crust).
The initiative committee, which nominated the late Ivan Slavkov to run for president, announced Tuesday it would now support Aleksei Petrov and his election campaign team.
The proposal to suspend indefinitely the activities of the Bulgarian Football Union (BFU) is "sheer lunacy", former BFU president Ivan Slavkov said, according to Sportal.
Slavkov was suspended by the International Olympic Committee on Saturday and has had his accreditation to the Athens Olympics rescinded after he was secretly filmed in a documentary on the bidding process for the 2012 Olympics.
The territory, where the Jeronym Mine deposit is found, consists of metamorphised rocks of the Slavkov mantle crystalline complex (primarily the biotite paragneisses that are migmatitized in various intensities and granitized upon intrusion of granites) and of Variscian granites of the Ore Mountain pluton.