Pagegiai

The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Pagėgiai

 

a city (since 1923) in Šilutė Raion, Lithuanian SSR. The city is a junction for railroad lines to Sovetsk, Klaipėda, and Šiauliai. Livestock are bred for meat and milk in the vicinity.

The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Do you believe you'd easily strike a chord with, say, a bootleg cigarette seller in the remote corner of a market in Pagegiai, a small yon the Lithuanian-Russian border?
Territorial NLS divisions which regularized biggest number of cadastral measurement files of land plots in 2011 Territorial Files Files Files division accepted denied checked in the field Vilnius district 5230 3752 15 Klaipeda district 4634 1859 33 Vilnius city 4572 2623 114 Alytus 3394 1974 15 Trakai and Elektrenai 3367 1551 33 Siauliai 3283 351 7 Kaunas district 3110 3312 46 Panevezys 2816 1019 31 Taurage ir Pagegiai 2071 573 0 Marijampole, Kazlu 2010 880 423 Ruda, Kalvarija Source: National Land Service.
System Series Stage Age Regional Beds Period Epoch stage SILURIAN PRIDOLI JURA MINIJA Varniai Silale LUDLOW LUDFORDIAN PAGEGIAI DUBYSA GORSTIAN System Series Biozones Period Epoch Graptolites Conodonts SILURIAN PRIDOLI N.
KLAIPEDA - Just a few years ago, the level of educational activity at Lumpenai secondary school in the Pagegiai district, which is a few kilometers from the Lithuanian-Russian border and is the EU's easternmost frontier, could not have been any worse.
The head of government also said that he expected that the Seimas commission would find out why law enforcement institutions failed to see the misappropriation of billions of litas in closing the Ignalina power plant and smuggling in Pagegiai. It is expected that the commission will present its conclusions and proposals to the Seimas within 45 days.
Lower part of the Tahula Beds of the Kuressaare Stage, upper Ludfordian in western Latvia and Estonia; upper Pagegiai Formation, upper Ludlow, Lithuania; Burgsvik Formation, Ludfordian, Gotland, Sweden.
The uppermost Ludfordian in the East Baltic comprises the Kuressaare (a gap underlies it in parts of SW Estonia), Ventspils and part of the Pagegiai Fms (listed in the order of increasing water depth, Fig.