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commissariat

1. (in the former Soviet Union) a government department before 1946
2. 
a. a military department in charge of food supplies, equipment, etc.
b. the offices of such a department
3. food supplies
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Major organization : COMMISSARIAT A L ENERGIE ATOMIQUE ET AUX ENERGIES ALTERNATIVES
Lors de son discours devant la ceremonie, qui a ete organisee par le commissariat au centre de la formation professionnelle a Khartoum 2 en cooperation avec le Conseil supreme pour la formation professionnelle et l'apprentissage industril et le Programme des Nations Unies de developpement a l'occasion de la graduation de 40 etudiants des fils de l'Etat du Nil Bleu, Dr.
In the statement, the Commissariat referred to the participation of the free people of the world in the Global March whose destination will be Jerusalem on the 30th of March.
He furthermore cancelled two media engagements, according to his Press secretary, who insisted he would not be going to the police commissariat.
Elle compte parmi ses clients bon nombre des plus grands centres de recherche au monde, comine la NASA et le Los Alamos National Laboratory aux Etats-Unis, le Commissariat a l'energie atomique en France de meme que des compagnies comine Siemens en Allemagne ou Hitachi au Japon.
The research was led by Emanuele Daddi of the Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique in France.
Gambier started his scientific career at the French Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique (CEA) and was later seconded to the JET fusion project in the UK.
These papers shed light on some of the most provocative questions concerning the Battalion, including which Americans were persecuted or even executed by the brigade commissariat.
ITEB RAS traces its roots to 1919 with the creation of People's Commissariat of Health.
In order to understand the problem better, Meurant (military applications, Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique, Bruyeres le Chatel, France) approaches it from different points of view.
This book is an institutional history of the People's Commissariat of Agriculture during the 1920s.
James Heinzen has written an informative work that concentrates not merely on what members of the Commissariat of Agriculture [Narkomzem] said, but more significantly what they did in the period prior to collectivization.

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