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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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Maslennikova AV, Orlova AG, Prianikova TI, Kostenikov NA, Vinogradova IuN, Denisenko AN.
The group's website identified her as Alisa Vinogradova and called her a "sextremist".
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Liga Vinogradova for research assistance and all the kind support.
Ahmetov II, Popov DV, Astratenkova IV, Druzhevskaya AM, Missina SS, Vinogradova OL, et al.
Val, Adriana y Polina Vinogradova, <<What is the identity of a heritage language speaker?
I am learning German because it might be good for a future job, and especially in the economic crisis," said Katerina Vinogradova, 21, who is in the second semester of a German course at the language centre of the university.
Finally, patterns of subfootprint variability derived from TSG data agree with the analysis of a HYCOM ocean data assimilation product (which excluded TSG data), conducted by Vinogradova and Ponte (2012).
Experimentos realizados por Vinogradova e colaboradores (2009) demonstraram que apos submetidos a alteracoes do ciclo claro/escuro, tanto ratos machos quanto femeas apresentaram sintomas relacionados com a aceleracao do envelhecimento como alteracoes no coeficiente de estabilidade homeostatica (CHS), diminuicao da sobrevida e inducao de tumorigenese espontanea.