Still, he prefers to keep a main protagonist instead of a group, and his plot is structured around a "catchy" element, which keeps the reader in suspense, as it is in Utinaia okhota
(Duck's Hunt) and Voron'ia roshcha (Raven Grove).
v Belovezhskoi Pushche (Saint Petersburg, 1861), p.
i okhotnichie khozyastvo (Is it a rate or a quota)?
This implies that the system will also receive targeting information from precision signals-intelligence (SIGINT) systems, notably the ground-based Avtobaza and Okhota
that are specially designed for intercepting emissions from ground-based radar systems.
Among them are Tsarskaya Okhota
("Czar's Hunt") in Zhukovka, near Stalin's favorite dacha, where in 1997 Boris Yeltsin entertained French president Jacques Chirac; the CDL, in the former headquarters of the Union of Soviet Writers; the Sirena, Moscow's best seafood restaurant, which serves lobsters, oysters, crabs, and giant shrimp in a hushed, wood-paneled decor as enormous sturgeon swim under the glass floor and sea creatures frolic behind the glass walls; and the Savoy, the Grand Imperial, Le Romanoff, the Metropol, and the Grand Opera--with their cavernous dining rooms, crystal chandeliers, silver cutlery, and floor-to-ceiling mirrors.
See also Dina Usupova, Okhota
na Ved'm s Lizenziej Gosdumy [A Witch Hunt Licensed by the State Duma], Oct.
Turkin, Okhota i okhotnich 'e zakonodatel 'stvo v 300-lemii period tsarstvovaniia doma Romanovykh (Moscow: Imperatorskoe obshchestvo razmnozheniia okhomich'ikh i promyslovykh zhivomykh i pravil'noi okhoty, 1913), 46; Sabaneev, Sobaki okhotnich 'i, 61, 337, 371.
Kutepov, Velikokniazheskaia i tsarskaia okhota na Rusi, 4 vols.
37) Kutepov, Tsarskaia okhota, 2:60; Sabaneev, Sobaki okhotnich 'i, 58, 401-2.
Pridvornaia okhota (Moscow: Khudozhnik i kniga, 2002).
The recent discussion on the moose-forest problem in the journal Okhota
i Okhotnichye Khozyaistvo (Hunting and Game Management) demonstrated that there are many problems yet to be solved on rational use of moose and the forest (Pavlinov 1983, Dunin 1984, Perovsky 1984).
These were Chukotka, Anadyrsky River basin (1976 through 1990); the Magadansky Oblast, North Evensky region, Omolon River basin and upper Kulu River basin; South Yakutia, upper Indigirka River basin; and northern Khabarovsky Krai, in the Okhota
, Ulbeja, and Inia River basins.