Mikhailovskii

Mikhailovskii

 

an urban-type settlement, administrative center of Mikhailovskii Raion, Altai Krai, RSFSR. Located in the Kulunda Steppe, 5 km from the Mikhailovka-Altaiskaia rail-road station. Local manufactures include dry milk and rein-forced-concrete products; a grain and livestock sovkhoz is also located there. Soda ash is extracted from lakes of the area, and a major soda ash combine operates in the nearby settlement of Malinovoe Ozero.

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The scores: Russia 92 Ershov 21, Mikhailovskii 16, Kvitkovskikh 12, Dolinin 10, Kadoshnikov 9, Petenev 8, Vedishchev 6, Shcherbenev 5, Konovalov 3, Sorokin 2, Baryshev 0, Goldin 0.
Aleksandr Ershov led Russia with 21 points, six rebounds, and four assists, while Nikita Mikhailovskii showed his strength with 16 points and 10 boards.
(58) On frescoes, see Mikhailovskii and Purishev, Ocherki istorii, chap.
Talin, que habia ido a Yakutat desde Sitka, donde Baranov estaba construyendo Fort Mikhailovskii.
(33.) Simaranov A, Sokolova I, Marshakov A, Mikhailovskii Y.
Talin, who had left for Yakutat from Sitka, where Baranov was building Fort Mikhailovskii. In Yakutat, Talin together with Polomoshnyi tried to persuade the settlers to collectively denounce the heads of the company, Baranov, S.F.
(24.) Hui, HD, Strekalov, PV, Mikhailovskii, YN, Bin, DT, Mikhailov, AA, "The Corrosion Resistance of Steels, Zinc, Copper, Aluminium, and Alloys in the Humid Tropics of Vietnam." Prot.
Mikhailovskii, Formation mechanism and anticorrosive properties of thin siloxane films on metal, Journal of the Electrochemical Society: 143(1), 251-257 (1996).
Both Junger and Benjamin were sensitive to this particularity of the age, to the call of the future manifesting itself in technologies of the visual (Mikhailovskii; Berman; Koepnick 166, 173).
The thinkers who promoted the latter doctrine, such as Lavrov and Mikhailovskii, were much more congenial to Dostoevskii than the nihilists had been, on account of their admiration of the Russian people, their assertion of freedom of choice and personal moral responsibility over crude determinism, and the spirit of selfless service and self-sacrifice that they encouraged.
But the description of the theaters and theater troupes of the capital--the Bolshoi, Malyi, Aleksandrinskii, Mikhailovskii, and Mariinskii--useful as it is, does not satisfy the desire for a clear longitudinal account of repertory, social custom, and class makeup of specific theaters, which changed greatly over the century (as did the Russian cities themselves).
Fedor also derives aesthetic pleasure from case studies in natural history (G 109, 115, 139; D 124, 131, 157) and castigates literary materialists "from Belinskii to Mikhailovskii," who reasoned about nature to substantiate their aesthetics but knew nothing of the flora and fauna of their country.

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