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Pokrov

 

a city in Petushki Raion, Vladimir Oblast, RSFSR. Located on the Moscow-Gorky highway, 4 km from the Pokrov railroad station, the city has a food combine, a garment factory, and a plant that produces reinforced-concrete products. There is a pedagogical school in Pokrov. [20–485–i]

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Russia's state Investigative Committee said another five passengers on the bus were injured in Friday's collision, which occurred in the town of Pokrov, about 53 miles east of Moscow.
Four bacteriophages Listeria--L2A, L4A (SRI NRIVVaMR RAAS, Pokrov, Russia), P100 (Listex[TM], Netherlands), Lm1 (IRCMiB, Ulyanovsk, Russia) were the objects of the research.
Researchers at the National Research Institute for Veterinary Virology and Microbiology (VNIIVViM) in Pokrov, Russia, have developed a classification of ASFV isolates based on a hemadsorption inhibition assay (HAI) with ASFV reference immune antisera.
Didukh, Y.P.--1992--Rastitelny pokrov Gornogo Kryma (struktura, dinamika, evolyutsyya, okhrana) (Vegetation cover of the Gorny Krym (structure, dynamics, evolution, protection)--Naukova Dumka, Kyiv.
Veropharm significantly increased its capex to RUB137mn to modernise facilities at its Belgorod and Pokrov plants, raising its debt by 60% YoY to RUB705mn.
(76) Compare: "I my sokhranim tebia, russkaia rech', velikoe russkoe slovo" ("Muzhestvo"); "Dlia nikh sotkala ia shirokii pokrov / Iz bednykh, u nikh zhe podslushannykh slov.
(48) Aleksei Vasil'evich Smirnov, who surveyed the uezdy of Aleksandrov and Pokrov, suggested that the factory was the final stage in the evolution of a local peasant tradition of non-agricultural occupation, from seasonal off-farm work through cottage industry to manufactory and to factory.
Rubstov's surprise, a modern icon, titled "Pokrov," which means "protection" or "intercession," is also the name of a town he visited recently on tour.
Borodina, Osnovy pravoslavnoi kul'tury (Moscow: Pokrov, 2003).
Furthermore, Kozlov, unlike Wolfe, occasionally resorts to a cliched metaphor ("bosom of the earth" or "solitary couch" for "grave"; "board prison" ([v doscatoj nevole"] for "coffin") or adds an embarrassingly banal touch of his own ("shroud of the deceased" ["usopsix pokrov grobovoj"]).