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Nadezhda

 

sailing ship of the first Russian round-the-world expedition, under the command of I. F. Kruzenshtern (1803–06). The Nadezhda had a displacement of 450 tons. Measurement of deep-sea water temperature and various observations in the Pacific Ocean were made during the voyage in 1804.

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On the initiative of a member of the Federation Council Committee on Regulations and the organization of parliamentary activity, the representative of the executive authority of the Novosibirsk region, Nadezhda Boltenko, the Union of Women of the Region, with the assistance of the regional government, held the festival "Women - the support of industry - 2018".
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Carmen marks the return of the internationally acclaimed Nadezhda Stoianova following her performances in the title role in 2013 and Aida last year.
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Leader of the Group-24 extremist movement Umarali Kuvvatov was detained in Istanbul, according to chair of the Association for Human Rights in Central Asia (AHRCA) Nadezhda Atayeva, the Tajik service of the Radio Freedom Europe/Radio Liberty reports.
Central bank head, Nadezhda Yermakova, said, 'We do not intend to change (the rate) after Russia.