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Togliatti,

city, Russia: see TolyattiTolyatti
, city (1989 pop. 631,000), W European Russia, on the Volga River, near Samara. It is the site of Russia's largest automobile factory, which receives its power from the hydroelectric dam near Zhigulyovsk.
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Togliatti

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Palmiro . 1893--1964, Italian politician; leader of the Italian Communist Party (1926--64). After Mussolini's fall he became a minister (1944) and vice premier (1945)

Togliatti

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a city in W central Russia, on the Volga River: automobile industry: renamed in honour of Palmiro Togliatti, an Italian communist. Pop.: 718 000 (2005 est.)
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Based in Togliatti, Russia, AutoVAZ was created in 1969 through a collaboration with Fiat and is a manufacturer of passenger automobiles.
Tenneco Automotive announced today that the company is continuing its Central and Eastern European expansion by opening a manufacturing facility in Togliatti, Russia, approximately 1,000 kilometres southeast of Moscow.
Buzinny, deputy mayor of Togliatti, a city of 719,000 that earns one-quarter of its taxes via the factory.
By associating Gramsci's fate to theirs, Dario Fo makes two statements: first, Gramsci was a revolutionary leader, and therefore any attempt to re-interpret him as a reformist or a democratic thinker is illegitimate; second, Gramsci was certainly a victim of the Fascist regime, but he was also a victim of Stalinism and, consequently, of the major representative of Stalinism in Italy, Palmiro Togliatti.
Together, the new automotive alliance set up a joint manufacturing process in AvtoVAZ's home town of Togliatti, Samara Oblast, Russia, in 2012.
Chevrolet is to commence production of the vehicle at its Togliatti plant, Russia, next December.
Volga region state university of service, Russia, 445677, Togliatti, Gagarin Street, 4
4) In particolare sull'uso che Togliatti fa di Gramsci al fine di legittimare la svolta di Salerno e la nascita del "partito nuovo," scrive Liguori: "In definitiva, Togliatti 'esaltava' Gramsci ma non raramente si discostava dal suo pensiero [.
Returning in the 1980s, he resisted Achille Occhetto's successful liquidationist project that saw the PCI re-launched in 1991 as the Democratic Party of the left, its historic connection to the Communist tradition of Gramsci, Togliatti, and Berlinguer severed.
Smith, a former Great Britain junior who raced against the likes of Bradley Wiggins before a back injury impeded his progress, recently picked up a bronze medal at the European Deaf Cycling Championships at Togliatti in Russia.
Petersburg factory and expanding the company's joint venture with AvtoVAZ in Togliatti to boost annual Russian production to 350,000 vehicles.