Troitskii

Troitskii

 

an urban-type settlement in Gubkin Raion, Belgorod Oblast, RSFSR. Troitskii is located 9 km from the Gubkin railroad station on the Staryi Oskol-Saraevka line. The settlement has a mixed-feed plant and a swine-breeding sovkhoz.

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76) When in early April 1937 evidence from confessions was diffused that a criminal group in the Party committee had been active that included Kalashnikov, Sidorov, Vasil'ev, Lebedev, and Troitskii, an enlarged meeting of the Party committee of the Vladivostok division was called during which Party members actively participated in unmasking and self-unmasking exercises.
Troitskii, Finansovaia politika russkogo absoliutizma v XVIII veke (Moscow: Nauka, 1966), 46, 140; Troitskii, "O delezhe feodal'noi renty mezhdu pomeshchikami i gosudarstvom," in Voprosy sotsial'no-ekonomicheskoi istorii i istochnikovedeniia perioda feodalizma v Rossii: Sbornik statei k 70-letiiu A.
Troitskii, "Electromechanical effect in metals," ZhETF Pisma Redaktsiiu, vol.
Sergeenko identified the priest plot as one centered on Tolstoy's friendship with a Tula priest Troitskii, who in a score of admonishing letters written over a course of a dozen years had tried to revert Tolstoy and return him in the bosom of Orthodoxy.
Makarov argued the foundation of the Troitskii Monastery in Cheboksary in 1566 was evidence of state-driven conversion attempts of the local Chuvashes.
Troitskii, Advokatura v Rossii i politicheskie protsessy, 1866-1904 (Tula: Avtograf, 2000), 48-50.
71) Feofil's successor, Sergei, was elected by lot on July 17, 1483 in Moscow, from among three candidates: Elisii, archimandrite of the Savior Monastery, Genadii, archimandrite of the Chudov Monastery, and Sergei himself, who prior to his election was an elder in the Troitskii (Trinity) Monastery.
Troitskii, "Samozvantsy v Rossii 17-18 vekov," Voprosy istorii, no.
She provides us with various details about his career at the Moscow Theological Academy, about the monks and prelates who offered him spiritual counsel, about his relationship with his beloved "brother in Christ" Sergei Troitskii, the addressee of the letters that make up his most famous book, The Pillar and Ground of Truth (1914).
60) In the later 17th century, however, the monastery was first attached to the Torzhok Troitskii Monastery and then to the Kirillov Monastery.