Sovetskoe

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 It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Sovetskoe

 

an urban-type settlement and administrative center of Sovetskoe Raion, Kabarda-Balkar ASSR. Sovetskoe is located in the foothills of the Greater Caucasus, on the left bank of the Cherek River of the Terek River basin, 45 km south of the city of Nal’chik. Enterprises include the Kashkatau Cannery and a woodworking plant.

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Varga-Harris makes a similar claim that volunteerism and collective participation in liminal spaces were fundamental to the creation of sovetskoe obshchestvo (Soviet society).
During those years, specialists on Africa published their articles in such journals as Sovetskoe Vostokovedenie (Soviet Oriental Studies, 1955-1958), Narody Azii i Afriki (Peoples of Asia and Africa, 1962-1990), Aziya i Afrika segodnya (Asia and Africa Today, 1967-now), Sovetskaya Etnografia (Soviet Ethnography, 1931-1991) and others.
123-24, quoting Gorodinskiy, Sovetskoe iskusstvo [April 11, 1935]: 4).
Ispaniia v sovetskom obshchestve v 1936-939 godakh', in Konstruiruia 'sovetskoe'?
Wainstein, "The characteristics of radiation of spherical surface antennas," Diffraction of Electromagnetic Waves by Some Bodies of Revolution, 57-125, Sovetskoe Radio, Moscow, 1957 (in Russian).
The restaurant offers three sparkling wines by the glass priced from $10 to $25, and 90 bottles, ranging from a $22 bottle of NV Sovetskoe semi-dry aligote and chardonnay blend from Belarus, to a $750 bottle of 1997 Salon Blanc de Blancs Champagne.
Fotokartochka na pamiat': Semeinye istorii, fotograficheskie poslaniia i sovetskoe detstvo (Avtobio-istorio-graficheskii roman).
Meilakh, "Osnovnye etapy izucheniia Pushkina v sovetskoe vremia," Pushkin: Itogi i problemy izucheniia (MoscowLeningrad: Nauka, 1966), 136.
Writing in the first volume of the journal Sovetskoe Pravo, for instance, Korovin stressed the importance of limiting the rights of foreign organizations operating on Soviet soil, while recognizing the need to set reasonable permissions to aid famine relief efforts.
Teoria sluchajnych procesov i jijo primenenie z padiotechniky, Izdatelstvo Sovetskoe Radio, pp.
Pashukanis, Director, Institute of Soviet Construction and Law, Sovetskoe Gosudarstvo i Revolutsiia Prava [The Soviet State and the Revolution of Law] (1930) translated in HUGH W.
For example, the geological map of the Sovetskoe deposit shows swarms of veins surrounded by alteration assemblages and 'tectonic boundaries', but no geologic units.