Iurev

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Iur’ev

 

in the 11th to 13th centuries and from 1893 to 1919, the name of the city of Tartu, Estonian SSR.

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Following the qualification, Spain's gymnasts Robert Vilarasau and Acoran De La Santa Cruz, Russia's gymnasts Mikhail Iurev and Timofei Lazutin, Portugal's athlete Henrique Moreira, UK's athletes Ryan Devine and Fraser McLeod and Germany's athlete Maurice Maywald reached the finals.
El 8 de marzo de 1876 el teatro Maly de Moscu presentaba la obra de Lope en traduccion de Sergei Iurev, que se publico un ano mas tarde.
Pushkin, "Iur'evu" ("To Iurev"), quoted by Allison Blakely, in Russia and the Negro: Blacks in Russian History and Thought (Washington, D.C., 1986), p.