Tarnopol


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Tarnopol:

see TernopilTernopil
, Rus. Ternopol, Pol. Tarnopol, city (1989 pop. 205,000), capital of Ternopil region, W Ukraine, on the Seret River, a tributary of the Dniester. It is an important rail junction and highway hub.
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, Ukraine.

Tarnopol’

 

former name of the city of Ternopol’, the administrative center of Ternopol’ Oblast, Ukrainian SSR.

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A YOUNG STUDENT ATTENDS "a ball in Tarnopol in East Galicia, where numerous Jewish dignitaries of the city are gathered.
Krupka was born April 9, 1917, in Tarnopol, Poland, to Paulina Mularczyk Kitajchuk.
En 1939, cuando Alemania y la URSS invadieron Polonia, StanisBawow, Tarnopol y parte de Lvov --la otrora Galitzia autonoma--, pobladas por ucranianos y bielorrusos, fueron incluidas en la Zona Sovietica de Ocupacion.
En 1939, cuando Alemania y la URSS invadieron Polonia, Stanislawow, Tarnopol y parte de Lvov --la otrora Galitzia autonoma, pobladas por ucranianos y bielorrusos, fueron incluidas en la Zona Sovietica de Ocupacion.
That Neil's aunt calls him "Casanova" (4) when he places his first telephone call to Brenda is not inaccurate as a diagnosis and is certainly a harbinger of things to come in Roth, but even the compulsive promiscuity of a Tarnopol, Kepesh, Portnoy, or Zuckerman has its roots in the mother complex.
The very images that had caused the sensation came under scrutiny, specifically a series of photographs of German army and SS men in the town of Tarnopol in 1941, supposedly shown standing before their Jewish victims.
On hearing that his first wife, "Josie," had been killed in a car crash, Philip himself, not Tarnopol, Kepesh, Portnoy, Zuckerman or any other counterfeit Roth, told us in The Facts: "How could she be dead if I didn't do it?
The profligate adventures of Alexander Portnoy, Peter Tarnopol, David Kepesh, and Nathan Zuckerman are saved from the notorious monotony of Sadean eroticism only by Roth's self-irony and his apparently limitless inventiveness in matters sexual, his "deep resources of obscenity," as Frank Kermode puts it (20).
29, 1903, Korolowka, near Tarnopol, Austro-Hungarian Empire [now Ternopol, Ukraine]--d.
Tarnopol, 57, executive vice president, Bear Stearns; Fred Wilpon, 57, president and CEO, New York Mets; and the following senior managing directors of Bear Stearns: E.
Tarnopol creates an fictional voice, an alter ego named Nathan Zuckerman, and in two stories that Tarnopol calls "Useful Fictions," he is able to begin the slow process of patterning his pains into the contours of Art.
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