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Onega

(ōnē`gə, ōnā`–, Rus. ŭnyā`gŭ), river, c.260 mi (420 km) long, rising in Lake Lacha, NW European Russia, and flowing N into the Onega Gulf of the White Sea, SW of Arkhangelsk. It is navigable (May–November) except for the rapids in its middle course.

Onega

 

a city under oblast jurisdiction and administrative center of Onega Raion, Arkhangel’sk Oblast, RSFSR. Situated at the mouth of the Onega River, 7 km from the White Sea and 263 km southwest of Arkhangel’sk. Seaport and terminus of a branch line of the Obozerskaia-Belomorsk railroad. Population, 25,000 (1974).

A large center of the lumber industry, Onega has a sawmilling and woodworking combine and a timber transshipping station. It also has a drolysis plant, a factory that produces reinforced-concrete items, a milk plant, and a meat-packing plant.

Onega

a lake in NW Russia, mostly in the Karelian Republic: the second largest lake in Europe. Area: 9891 sq. km (3819 sq. miles)
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In the closing essay "Hybridity, Montage, and the Rhetoric and Ethics of Suffering in Ane Michael's Fugitive Places"", Susana Onega stresses the "possibility of healing, reconciliation, and the fruition of love" (226), and she underlines how the protagonist in Michael's novel can overcome his trauma by putting it into words, which recalls the initial idea of art as a possible way to overcome trauma.
However, the place names of the eastern coastline of Lake Onega include a bay called [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] or [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (Kuganavolok, Pudoz), and a field of the name [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (Kolodozero, Pudoz), which may be indicative of a wider use of the lexeme as a term in the past.
De esta forma, Cristobal Paez exigio la puesta en marcha de politicas reformistas para salir de la crisis economica en la que se encontraba inmerso el pais desde 1975 (10), y que fue el resultado, a juicio de Fernando Onega, de la falta de autoridad del Gobierno Arias (11).
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One of Europe's last true wildernesses, its pristine pine and birch forests are home to bear, wolf and wolverine, while the eastern, Russian part of Karelia contains the two largest bodies of water in Europe--Lake Ladoga and Lake Onega.
Visits were made to the towns of Umba, Kuzomen and Varzuga on the White Sea coast of the Kola Peninsula; the village of Keret and the city of Kem in Karelia; as well as the cities of Arkhangelsk on the coast of the White Sea and Petrozavodsk, the capital of Karelia, situated at Lake Onega.
However, by bringing together Trauma and Romance, two fields of study till now largely dealt with separately, Ganteau and Onega have undoubtedly opened up a whole new area for research.
Like so many other Russian cities, Petrozavodsk, on the shores of Lake Onega in northern Russia and near the border with Finland, bears the telltale symbols of the former Soviet Union.
On a regional scale, graptolite argillite belongs to the wide but patchy belt of Middle Cambrian to Lower Ordovician black shales extending from Lake Onega district in the east across Sweden (alum shale as a local name in Scandinavia) to the Caledonian front, Oslo region and Jutland Peninsula in the west.
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