Aprelevka


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Aprelevka

 

a city in Moscow Oblast, RSFSR. It has a railroad station and is located 42 km southwest of Moscow. Population, 17,000 (1967). Since 1910, Aprelevka has had a phonograph record factory, which now produces about 60 percent of the records manufactured in the USSR. Other products include insulating materials and metalware. Aprelevka was a settlement until 1961, when it became a city.

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The Central Asian nation has 10 gold producers, the biggest ones being Zarafshon (70 percent of all gold extracted in the country), Aprelevka, Tilloi Tochik, Odina Group and Pakrut.
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A St George's Cross flag, made by the "lasses" in Evgeny's small hometown of Aprelevka, complete with pictures of Sir Bobby Robson and Shearer.
According to Muhiddinov, the increase in gold production resulted from production buildup in such gold mines as Zarafshon, Aprelevka, Odina, etc.
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Having saved Kobrisov's life during the battle for Moscow in late 1941, he bears a devotion to the General that is unquestioned, and he equates his own future wholly with that of the General, even to the point of hoping to stay in his service after the war, looking after a plot of land at Aprelevka which the General has been granted.
The Aprelevka open pit mine is located in the Khujand (formerly Leninabad) region of northern Tajikistan and is one of four mines which provide ore for the gold concentrator at Kansai, one of the two gold-ore concentrating plants in this Central Asian republic.
Work is underway to expand the Aprelevka open-pit gold mine, in the Leninabad region of northern Tajikistan, as part of a national programme to increase gold output from current levels of 1.3 t/y to 4 t/y within the next five years.