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Spassky

Boris . born 1937, Russian chess player; world champion (1969--72)
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We are confident that this is the first step toward the formation of a new, forward-looking cooperation agenda in the region, - says Nikolay Spassky, - ROSATOM is a global company and a world leader in the peaceful uses of nuclear energy.
In late April, AEOI Deputy Head and Spokesman Behrouz Kamalvandi and Deputy Head of Rosatom Nicolai Spassky in a meeting in Tehran conferred on cooperation between the two countries in building two new power plants.
Spassky held talks with AEOI officials on the technical and commercial details of building new nuclear reactors and the terms of final contract would be ready in coming weeks to be sealed during Salehi's visit to Moscow.
Having failed the agree the terms on which he would defend his title with FIDE, Fischer all but retired from chess and became a recluse, re-emerging briefly in 1992 to play a show match against Spassky, and claiming the $500,000 victor's purse.
internal procedures by late 2014, Viktor Spassky, Head of the Integration Development Department of the Eurasian Economic
The Soviet's Boris Spassky against America's Bobby Fischer.
EDF is one of the biggest world players in this sector and we are proposing interesting projects," the paper quoted Rosatom Deputy Chairman Nikolai Spassky telling it on the margins of a meeting on nuclear energy hosted by the OECD.
The Ulster semi-final was like a Boris Spassky and Bobby Fischer contest between two very tactically aware sides as McGuinness and Tyrone's Mickey Harte probed patiently before Donegal eventually cleared the board.
With the USSR investing heavily in chess and turning out hundreds of Grand Masters could a lone American take Spassky on and beat the world champion in the neutral territory of Iceland?
AS a teenager, Bobby Fischer became one of the dominant forces in world chess, winning tournaments with dazzling skill that would eventually lead him to take the World Championship title from the Russian player Boris Spassky.
The history of chess today is rarely mentioned without also referring to the Reykjavik match in 1974 between Fischer and the Soviet world champion Boris Spassky.
Independence parade began with a minute of silence for the victims of the war and the sounding of bells from the Kremlin's Spassky Tower.