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, city, SW Ukraine, on the Dniester River. It lies in Bessarabia in an agricultural district and has agricultural and food-processing industries. Located on the site of an ancient fortified Slavic settlement, the city is named for Kotizon, a 3d-century Dacian chief.
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The relations of the local Bessarabian administration and political circles with the Ukrainian Rada were rather tense due to territorial claims advanced by the Kiev government first on the Hotin and Akkerman districts (where "Ruthenians" were a sizable part of the population) and then to the whole of Bessarabian territory.
The same neutrality is also found in other texts, documents, ecclesiastical journals: in the Yearbook of Diocese of Chisinau and Hotin (Bessarabia), 1922, it is described the activity of the "Religius Books Printing House from Chisinau" (9), where "were printed, besides various official and particular Russian publications, others in Moldavian, as are for example: the lives of saints, religious books"; and after a break of twenty years it started to publish again "Many good works for the Romanian people, in its own language, with Slavic or Russian letters, and from 1919, with Latin letters.
The Essay of the Holy Synod for the founding of the Diocese of Chisinau and Hotin asks for certain independence and for the existing local structures to be preserved, etc (15).
In August 1812 the foundation of a diocese has been approved, in which the "local customs" had to be respected; it was named Diocese of Chisinau and Hotin, and preserved the same organization.
(9) The Year Book of the Diocese of Chisinau and Hotin (Bessarabia): official edition / made by C.N.
In Hotin, Orhei, Chisinau, Cernauti, Suceava, Neamt, Soroca, Roman, Botosani, Lapusna, Falciu, Galati, Tutova and Putna it functioned two "parcalabi." And on Targu Frumos, Harlau, Vaslui, Covurlui and Bacau it was only one in each city.
Duoba, Sydney Tenero Durand, Ryan Windsor Egan, Emily Ann Etzel, Jonathan Rudolph Fobert, Diana Starr Fox, Katherine Mary Elizabeth Friedrich, James Gordon, Hunter Robert Granville, Jocelyn Victoria Harte, Lindsey Ann Hazel, Nicholas Ryan Hazel, Harriet Amy Hill, Caren Leah Hoffman, Ryan Leandres Holmes, Andrew Lincoln Hong, Hailey Rose Hotin, Miles Christian Jarvis, Brittany Elizabeth Jones, Ashley Joelle Jordan, Emilia Eve Karon, Ailee Daria Katz, Brett Alexander Keating, Ellie Summer Kendall, Eva Joy Kenna, Alice Marion Kennedy, Sean Michael Kennefick, Margaret Rose Kibbler, Nikolaus Chambers Koetsch, Jacob Benjamin Kraus, Olivia Margaret Krutz, Katherine Marchant Lee, Rachel Gail Leicher, Sarah Deborah Levitsky, Sebastien A.
Their confrontation, in front of fellow players, caddies, officials and waiting media, started after Monty had put his seconds hotin the water at the par-fives eve nth.
Furthermore, in other regions of the country, the Commandment of the Gendarmes sent a report to the Ministry of the Interior, in April 1924, in which they described "the hostile attitude towards the country of the public servants with foreign ethnic origins from Hotin County".
As Manecuta himself put it, "every gendarme proceeded as his conscience dictated." (29) Thus the actions of the two gendarme legion commanders, Majors Traian Dragulescu and Gheorghe Berzescu (overseeing Hotin and Storojinet counties, respectively) were very different.
While all the recorded instances of protection of Soviet Gentile activists by gendarmes come from Bessarabia, the situation in northern Bukovina was different, as the following account from Hotin county testifies.
He related its content as follows, "All Ukrainians and Romanians who supported the Communists were to be transported across the Dniester River, and all members of minorities [or a minority, minoritarii, probably meaning Jews] of that category were to be exterminated." (90) In fact, the order was definitely harsher, as the records of the Soviet Extraordinary Commission make clear: in Hotin county, Jews were killed--sometimes en masse and systematically, sometimes less so--and Soviet activists of non-Jewish origin were executed more frequently than in neighboring Bessarabia.