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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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Nikolayeva 'Women in the partisan movement on the occupied territory of Belarus (1941- 1944)//Belarus during the Great Patriotic War: Lessons of History and Today.
Written by a female author, Galina Nikolayeva (1911-63), it was published in the Soviet Union in 1954.
For chum salmon in Asia, scale pattern variation has provided a technique for the determination of origin of individuals to large geographic areas (Tanaka et al., 1969; Ishida et al., 1989), and in some cases reportedly to a specific river drainage (Nikolayeva and Semenets, 1983).
And it would be a waste of time downloading his 1963-69 version of the Well-Tempered Clavier Book II, which sounds almost funereal compared to Tatiana Nikolayeva's peerless 1984 recording.
Suelen ser los dedicatarios de las obras, a quienes se asocia con ellas y que en ocasiones vuelven un reto su interpretacion por alguien mas, o los discipulos de los maestros: asi ocurre con algunos solistas de Verdi, pero tambien con Tatiana Nikolayeva, para los 24 Preludios y Fugas de Shostakovich, o con Robert Craft para la obra orquestal de Stravinsky.
OLYMPIA has produced a rival from the much older pianist, Tatiana Nikolayeva (OCD 703 ABCD).
Russian Yelena Nikolayeva took the gold ahead of Italian Elisabetta Perrone and admitted: "I had no race plan except to punish myself and to be aware of the judges."
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.
Last year, for example, Moscow News published an account of one woman's ordeal under the headline, "I Don't Want to Be Sorry I'm a Woman:' The author, Yekaterina Nikolayeva, recalled her experience in an abortion clinic.
Teacher Valentina Nikolayeva tried to protect her pupils from the blast as the space rock exploded 20 to 30 miles above ground.