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Ukrainka

 

an urban-type settlement in Obukhov Raion, Kiev Oblast, Ukrainian SSR. Situated on the Stugna River of the Dnieper basin. Population, 12,200 (1976). Ukrainka is the site of the Tripol’e-Dneprovskoe railroad station, the terminus of the Fastov-Mironovka branch line. The Tripol’e State Regional Electric Power Plant is located in the settlement.

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After graduating from Volyn State University named after Lesya Ukrainka, she has been teaching the Ukrainian language and literature in Kyiv.
The bomber was part of a package of four such aircraft, possibly from either the 184 Guards Heavy Bomber Aviation Regiment, located at Engels-2 airbase in southwest Russia, or from the 182 Heavy Bomber Aviation Regiment based at Ukrainka airbase in the country's far east.
The accident occurred during a practice flight at the Ukrainka airfield in the Amur region at 17:00 Moscow time," the statement said, adding "according to preliminary report, engine fire was the cause behind the accident.
Certain prominent figures of the past were easily adopted by both the nationalist and the Soviet pantheons: Bohdan Khmernyts'ky, Taras Shevchenko, Lesia Ukrainka.
Whether they be noble or royal, Or the wife of a provincial governor, Whether they be a Chercass or an Ukrainka, A Vyshnevetska or a Sobieska.
It was that magical Alexandria that Cafavy and Ungaretti would call home, and about whom visiting artists from Ukrainka to Durrell would write eloquently.
It was the first of a number of tributes to Ukrainian literary figures, which would be erected throughout the west, followed by monuments to Taras Shevchenko, Ivan Franko, Vasyl Stefanyk and Lesia Ukrainka.
20 (BNA) - Two pilots were killed on Thursday when a Russian Su-24 Fencer attack aircraft crashed at the the Ukrainka military airfield in Russia''s Far East, military prosecutors said.
It main base in the Russian Far East is the Ukrainka airfield, near the Amur River.
Ukrainian literary modernism also produced strong women writers who expressed feminist concerns (eg, Lesia Ukrainka and Olha Kobylianska).
The bombers were among four Russian Tupolev 95s launched from Ukrainka in the middle of the night, including one that Japanese officials say violated their country's airspace.
There were poems by Myroslava Sopilka, a "worker poet" from Galicia, (54) with accounts also of her political intimidation by the Polish police, as well as references to Ukrainian women writers Olena Pchilka and Lesya Ukrainka.

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