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a city and administrative center of Sinel’nikovo Raion, Dnepropetrovsk Oblast, Ukrainian SSR. Sinel’nikovo is a railroad junction, with lines to Dnepropetrovsk, Lo-zovaia, Chaplino, and Zaporozh’e. Population, 32,700 (1975). The city has enterprises serving railroad transportation. Local plants produce metal springs, reinforced concrete goods, china dinnerware, hardware, and foodstuffs. Sinel’nikovo has a cannery, a dairy, a bakery, a mixed-feed plant, and a clothing factory. [23–1241–]

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