Novaia

Novaia

 

a river in the Taimyr (Dolgano-Nenets) National Okrug, Krasnoiarsk Krai, RSFSR, a left tributary of the Kha-tanga River. The Novaia is 411 km long and drains an area of 16,500 sq km. It flows across the Northern Siberian Lowland. Fed by snow and rain, it abounds in fish, including muksun (Coregonus muksun), nelma (Stenodus leucichthys nelma), and char (Salvelinus).

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Antypko, "Sivilly i ellinskie mudretsy': Novaia ikonografiia v russkom iskusstve XVI v.
Novaia i noveishaia istoriia 2, 1991, 153-177; Heinz Hohne, Der Krieg im Dunkeln: Macht und Einfluss des deutschen und russiscben Geheimdienstes, Munich: Bertelsmann, 1985, 55-135; William J.
Alla Bossart, "Kodeks Askol'dova," Novaia Gazeta, June 21, 2007, http://old.
Des medias independants comme la radio Echo de Moscou, la television privee Dojd ou le journal d'opposition Novaia Gazeta ont de leur cote denonce dernierement des pressions directes ou sur leurs actionnaires.
After a first chapter on Ermolaev's early life prior to his 1925 voyage to Novaia Zemlia, the bulk of the book is concerned with his career in the field during the 1920s and 1930s and the period from 1938 to 1954, during which he was first imprisoned and then, after a brief period of freedom during 1940, became an inmate of the GULAG camp system and exile.
Published in Andrei Ledovskii, "Stalin, Mao Tsedunh I Koreiskaia Voina 1950-1953 godov," Novaia I Noveishaia Istoriia 5 (September-October 2005): 79-113.
8) Her name is thus conspicuously absent from discussions of what has come to be known, in both Russia and the West, as novaia zhenskaia proza--New Women's Prose.
For the argument that Russia is uniquely cursed by the combination of harsh climate and predominantly clay soils see Aleksandr Nikonov, 'Ukhaby na dorogakh' [Holes in the roads], Novaia gazeta, 21 August 2003, p.
Last year saw a new Kremlin crackdown on human rights groups with the seizure of computers from the Tolerance Support Foundation and from independent newspaper Novaia Gazeta-Nizhni Novgorod.
21) Sretenskii Monastery [no author], Kak vesti sebia na kladbishche (Moscow: Novaia kniga, 1999).
Though Pushkin and those close to him like Viazemskii constantly urged survivors from the eighteenth century to write and publish their memoirs, it was the rare individual who responded, and the majority of memoiristic works belonged to the elite rather than to the honest old rank and file gentry whose reminiscences might provide a healthy counterbalance to the pernicious influence of the novaia znat', in the view of critical "literary aristocrats" like Pushkin.