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a city in Czechoslovakia, in the Czech Socialist Republic, in Central Bohemia. It is a port on the Elbe River at its confluence with the Vltava. Population 16,700 (1971). The city has machine-building, sugar-refining, and chemical enterprises.

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"Listening to Aidan play really energizes me," says his mother, Irina Melnik, who plans to be in the audience with her husband.
In the group of the smallest towns are Melnik, Brusartsi, Kiten, Klisura, Madjarovo and Pliska.
Dennis Melnik was reinstated to the practice of law.
The wines of Bulgaria have long been defined by big, bold reds, both traditional varietals such as cabernet sauvignon and merlot, as well as indigenous grapes like mavrud and Melnik. But the country's fresh, aromatic whites have started to command more attention, as have its more refined, elegant reds and roses.
According to Deadline, Sony have hired writer Maria Melnik ( American Gods ) to work on the project.
In this category among men, the first place also went to the representatives of Belarus Aleh Rabtsau and Uladzislau Hancharou, second place also went to the representatives of Russia Mikhail Melnik and Sergei Azarian, the third place went to the representatives of France Pierre Gouzou and Josuah Faroux.
Social-media information is also commonly used to discover fraud, said Tatiana Melnik, an attorney with a focus on data privacy.
Gallery manager Catherine Melnik says: "The cake donation is a wonderful gesture to support our Tales Of King Arthur Spring half-term event.
Great Britain Under 16 finished in fourth place in the Under 16 Czech Spring Cup in Melnik over the weekend.
With regard to the document that has been released to the public today, we expect the American side to provide us with relevant official explanation," press secretary Yury Melnik said in an email.
Melnik of the department of dermatology, environmental medicine, and health theory, University of Osnabriick (Germany).
Yesterday my friend Maksim came round for a beer and brought with him a bottle of Stary Melnik. Stary Melnik and Zolotaya Bochka are Russians' favorite beers.