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Goncharov

Ivan Aleksandrovich . 1812--91, Russian novelist: his best-known work is Oblomov (1859)
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Like Goncharov, Aksakov is known for his lengthy descriptions of quotidian life, an "encyclopedic treatment of the everyday that, with its emphasis on simple, narrative sustenance, paid homage to a long tradition of Russian writing about gentry private life" that Grigoryan's study has helped the reader to trace (133).
Goncharov's early stops aboard the Pallada, in London and at the Cape Colony, were hardly flattering for a patriotic Russian: He was awed by the apparent successes of British colonialism.
Goncharov was on the hunt for cigars, and was told that the best quality was only available direct from the factory.
Accompanying Putyatin on the Pallada was his secretary, writer Ivan Goncharov. After returning to Saint Petersburg, Goncharov wrote a fascinating travelogue, "Fregat Pallada" (Frigate Pallas), which was published in 1858 and became a best seller in Imperial Russia.
Goncharov explained the "hot" filter backlash as an "unfortunate side-effect of the underlying neural network caused by the training set bias." In other words, the software used to change users' appearance had only been given photos of white people and therefore tied "hotness" to a paler complexion.
In his office at the Geophysical Laboratory of the Carnegie Institution, Goncharov opens a desk drawer and pulls out a device called a diamond anvil cell.
Dir of Regional Department of Ukrspecexport, Oleksandr Khalan, Acting DG of Malyshev Plant, Dmytro Kolesnykov, Dir Commercial of SE Malyshev Plant and Igor Goncharov, Director, Regional Department Ukrspecexport from the Ukraine side.
"They no longer need to bother about developing code themselves," Max Goncharov, research author for Trend Micro, said.
"Our findings provide yet another example of the vast array of applications for extreme pressure research," Goncharov said.
According to Goncharov and Karpov [10], this technique still needs to be improved, though it opens up great opportunities and prospects in the dairy and beef cattle breeding.
But the real prize should have gone to the festival's programming committee, headed by Yuri Goncharov. With his limited English, imposing appearance and severe military-style haircut, Goncharov may not make a lot of friends on the festival circuit, but he certainly has a sharp eye.
"This is a major blow to relations between the two countries," Mikhail Goncharov, the owner of Russian fast-food chain Teremok, told RBC Daily, a newspaper.