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, Rus. Nikolayev, city (1991 est. pop. 511,000), capital of Mykolayiv region, S Ukraine, at the confluence of the Buh and Inhul rivers and on the bank of the Dnieper-Buh estuary. A major seaport and rail junction, Mykolayiv exports grain, iron, and manganese.
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Nikolayev

a city in S Ukraine on the Southern Bug about 64 km (40 miles) from the Black Sea: founded as a naval base in 1788; one of the leading Black Sea ports. Pop.: 518 000 (2005 est.)
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It is heartening to be able to record that the pianists Mariya Yudina and Tat'yana Nikolayeva (the latter of whom gave the first public performance of the work the following year) spoke up bravely in its defence.
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This gave way to a more favorable reaction thanks to the advocacy of the work's dedicatee, Tatiana Nikolayeva, who premiered it in December of 1952.
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Camera (color), Alexander Burov; editor, Tamara Lipartiya; music, Alexander Knieffel; art director, Vladimir Diatlenko, Andrei Rudiev; costume designers, Marina Nikolayeva, Natalia Baranova.
Paperno's recollections of figures who were revered in Russia but less well known in the west - such as the pianists Vladimir Sofronitsky, Yakov Flier, Lev Oborin, and Tatiana Nikolayeva - are welcome.
She then turned to congratulate the impressive winner, 37-year-old Russian veteran, Yelena Nikolayeva, who came home in 1:26.
She then turned to congratulate the impressive winner, 37-year-old Russian, Yelena Nikolayeva, who came home in 1:26.