Nemirov

Nemirov

 

an urban-type settlement in Iavorov Raion, L’vov Oblast, Ukrainian SSR. Located 85 km northwest of L’vov and 22 km from the Rava-Russkaia station, the terminus of a branch of the Ternopol’-L’vov railroad line. The settlement has a sawmill, a bakery, and a brickyard.

A balneological resort is located 2 km from Nemirov. Summers are warm, with an average July temperature of 18°C, and winters are fairly mild, with an average January temperature of —4°C. Annual precipitation totals 550 mm. The curative waters from hydrogen sulfide mineral springs are used for baths and drinking. The formula of the water from spring no. 1-K is

Peat mud is also used in the cures. The resort offers treatment for circulatory, motor-sensory, gynecological, neurological, and skin diseases. It has sanatoriums and a bathhouse.


Nemirov

 

an urban-type settlement, the administrative center of Nemirov Raion, Vinnitsa Oblast, Ukrainian SSR; 4 km from the Nemirov railroad station (on the Vinnitsa-Ziatkovtsy line) and 46 km southeast of Vinnitsa. It is a highway junction. Located in Nemirov are a bakery combine, a distillery combine, a creamery and cheese plant, a plant producing reinforced-concrete items, and a clothing enterprise. A construction technicum and a pedagogical school are in the settlement. Nemirov has a museum of history and local lore.

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The village of Nemirov is visited by a skeptical Litvak, which means a scoffer or doubter possibly from Lithuania, one who disbelieves in miracles.
Nemirov is a master of characterization, unsparing in her portrayal of the villagers, who are not only particular to rural France, but also universal in their hopes and emotions.
The rabbi of Nemirov disappears annually on the day before Rosh Hashanah.
The rabbi of Nemirov in my time was a grandson of the one pictured fictionally in Peretz's story.
In it an anti-Hasidic Litvak, skeptical of claims that the great Hasidic rabbi of Nemirov disappears during the penitential season before Rosh Hashanah to intercede in heaven for the Jewish people, hides himself under the rebbe's bed to observe his rival.
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Rabbi Nathan of Nemirov, Rabbi Nachman's scribe, confirms the identification of
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Plyusnin A, Nemirov K, Apekina N, Plyusnina A, Lundkvist A, Vaheri A.
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