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Vinogradov

 

(Sevliush until 1946), a city; administrative center of Vinogradov Raion, Transcarpathian (Zakarpatskaia) Ob last, Ukrainian SSR. Railroad station (VinogradovTranscarpathian). Population, 20,000 (1968). Vinogradov has factories for furniture, garments, footwear, brick-tile, and sanitary-engineering plastics. It has a food industry (fruit preserves, cheese, and other factories), a polytechnic school, and a medical school. There is viticulture and horticulture in the area. Vinogradov is mentioned in ninth-century documents.

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Butler is John Edward Fowler Distinguished Professor of Law, Dickinson School of Law, Pennsylvania State University; Professor Emeritus of Comparative Law, University of London; Director, The Vinogradoff Institute, Penn State Dickinson; Foreign Member, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, and Russian Academy of Legal Sciences.
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Butler, Professor of Comparative Law, University of London; Director, The Vinogradoff Institute, University College London; Professor of International and Comparative Law, Moscow Higher School of Social and Economic Sciences; Academician, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and Russian Academy of Natural Sciences.
9) Deben citarse los estudios de eminentes antropologos como Glotz (1904, 1928) Vinogradoff (1922), Gernet (1955, 1982).
283 (1928); Paul Vinogradoff, Juridical Persons, 24 COLUM.
Ribo (2005) o, mucho antes, Vinogradoff (1967) plantean acepciones que van en esta linea.
Legal scholars interested in social-legal history had no need to read Carter when they had access to Maitland, Brunner, Gierke, Maurer, Jhering, Mommsen, Holmes, and soon Vinogradoff and Max Weber.