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Borovoi

 

an urban-type settlement in Kemerovo Oblast, RSFSR, 12 km north of Kemerovo. Population, 10,400 (1968). Coal mining (Kuznetsk basin).


Borovoi

 

an urban-type settlement in Verkhniaia Kama Raion, Kirov Oblast, RSFSR, 68 km northwest of the Verkhniaia Kama railroad station on the Iar-Lesnoi branch of the Kirov-Glazov line. Population, 3,500 (1968). There is a logging and timber distribution establishment.

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Borovoy M, Fuller TA, Holtz P, Kaczander BI: Laser surgery in podiatric medicine-present and future.
At the time, he was using a satellite phone, reportedly talking to a liberal deputy of the Duma in Moscow, probably Konstantin Borovoy.
18) Borovoy and Tracy (19) proposed that fenestration--ie, creating "windows" through the nail plate--using a carbon dioxide laser may be useful to enhance topical antifungal penetration.
Borovoy (Moscow Patriarchate; member of the commission and later a member of the Secretariat on Faith and Order)
Civil rights leader Alan Borovoy visited in August 1962 and encouraged residents to create a political alliance to promote their interests.
A tensao produzida, no Japao contemporaneo, entre o valor central atribuido ao casamento e a maternidade e as novas expectativas culturais que levam as mulheres a desejarem outros padroes de relacao de casal, mais pautados na intimidade e na paixao amorosa, tem sido analisada como fundamental no aumento de casos de TCA nesse pais (Pike, Borovoy, 2004).
McMurtry gave me a very nice lunch in his office, decorated with some of his first-rate paintings, and sent me on to Alan Borovoy at the CCLA who sent me to an assistant who offered me a cup of tea.
The issue closes with The Glass Infrastructure--Using Common Sense to Create a Dynamic, Place-Based Social-Information System by Catherine Havasi, Richard Borovoy, Boris Kizelshteyn, Polychronis Ypodimatopoulos, Jon Ferguson, Henry Holtzman, Andrew Lippman, Dan Schultz, Matthew Blackshaw, and Greg Elliott.
See the WCC Central Committee's statement on "The Church, the Churches, and the World Council of Churches"; and Vitaly Borovoy, "The Eeclesiological Significance of the WCC: The Legacy and Promise of Toronto," The Ecumenical Review 40 (July-October, 1988): 504.
The Russian Vitaly Borovoy maintained an interesting, rather idiosyncratic kind of universalism, but which seems to move outside the bounds of official Orthodox teaching:
Similarly, Pike and Borovoy (2004) examined how eating disorders in Japan are affected more by Japanese women responding to Japanese traditions and expectations than by the transnational influences previously thought to be universally true.
I quoted Alan Borovoy, general counsel of the Canadian Civil Liberties Union, who had recently condemned the complaints against me as abusive.