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Reutov

 

a city (since 1940) under oblast jurisdiction in Moscow Oblast, RSFSR. Population, 57,000 (1975; in 1939,15,000). Reutov has a railroad station 14 km east of Moscow. The city has weaving and cotton-spinning mills, a factory manufacturing prosthetic and orthopedic devices, and a toy factory.

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- MIC NPO Mashinostroyenia JSC (Reutov, Moscow region);
A large federal program was implemented, which allowed us to unload such cities as Balashikha, Reutov, Mytishchi, Dolgoprudny, Khimki, said Andrey Vorobyov.
It is a rapid transit system serving Moscow city and the neighbouring cities of Krasnogorsk, Reutov, Lyubertsy and Kotelniki and connects some 214 stations and covers 364.9 km.
He expressed gratitude to the Muslim Institute for the opportunity given to Yevgen Reutov , Senior teacher of the Faculty of Oriental Studies to represent Ukraine in a three days international conference which was organized by the Muslim Institute and dedicated to the 140-th anniversary of great Pakistani poet Allama Muhammad Iqbal.
Ukrainian Urdu and Eastern languages Scholar Yavhen Reutov, Senior lecturer Department of languages and civilizations of the middle east, Kyiv National Linguistic University said this while talking to reporter here on Thursday..
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Ten days later, Tsymbal wrote in his diary that "Piatov and his friends were drunk and arguing about something, and they ended up shooting someone." (117) Lieutenant Oleg Reutov, complaining about how hard it was to get the infantry to attack, claims that "even hitting them on the back with a shovel didn't help.
Prominent chemists such as Alexandr Nesmejanov (67) and Oleg Reutov (68) publicly disavowed both resonance and Chelintsev's theory, the latter through a critical review of Chelintsev's monograph.
Karpova, N.I., Alekseev, S., Erokhin, V.N., Kadyskina, E.N., & Reutov, O.V.
NPO Mashinostroyenie, based at Reutov just west of Moscow, has designed and produced most of the Russian Navy's submarine-launched cruise missiles as well as satellites and other space systems, and has previously conducted extensive research into hypersonic weapons technology, including making a prototype hypersonic air-launched missile called GELA.
Vanya especially needs those wiles (blending into crowds, hiding out, and even outrunning his pursuers) because, together with her mercenary driver-cum-bodyguard, Grigori (Nikolai Reutov), the fuming-mad Madam is in hot pursuit of him and the (potentially lost) income he represents.
(8) Aleksandr Reutov, "Russia Gets a New Strategic Partner," Kommersant, April 5, 2001, p.