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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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[2.] 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. His location was detected by a Russian reconnaissance aircraft, which intercepted his phone call.
(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.
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).
In the National Post of 29 October 29, columnist Kelly McParland's on-line column was entitled, "The hole in Alan Borovoy's pro-abortion argument?' This is in reference to the long-standing legal opinion of the former counsel to the Canadian Civil Liberties Association.
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.
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 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.