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the name of a family of brothers who, as Soviet athletes and public figures, were involved in the founding of the all-Union sports society Spartak and in the rise and development of soccer in the USSR; repeatedly named champions of the USSR.

Aleksandr Petrovich Starostin. Born Aug. 9 (22), 1903, in the village of Pogost, in what is now Yaroslavl Oblast. Honored Master of Sport (1936). Member of the CPSU since 1939.

Starostin was captain of the national soccer team of the USSR in the 1930’s and chairman and deputy chairman of the Soccer Federation of the RSFSR during the 1950’s through the 1970’s. The author of the book A Captain’s Story (1935), he was twice awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Labor.

Andrei Petrovich Starostin. Born Oct. 11 (24), 1906, in Moscow. Honored Master of Sport (1940). Member of the CPSU since 1930.

Starostin played on the national team of the USSR in the 1930’s and has been deputy chairman of the Soccer Federation of the USSR since 1959. Author of the books Top-level Soccer (1957) and A Tale of Soccer (1973), he has been awarded the Order of the Badge of Honor.

Nikolai Petrovich Starostin. Born Feb. 13 (26), 1902, in Moscow. Honored Master of Sport (1934). Member of the CPSU since 1941.

Starostin played on the national team of the USSR in the 1920’s and 1930’s and was captain of the Moscow Spartak soccer team from 1955 to 1975. Author of the The Stars of Top-level Soccer (1967), he has been awarded the Order of Lenin.

Petr Petrovich Starostin. Born Aug. 16 (29), 1909, in the village of Pogost, in what is now Yaroslavl Oblast. Engineer. Member of the CPSU since 1956.

Starostin played on the Moscow Spartak team in the 1930’s. He has been awarded the Order of the Badge of Honor.

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Different authors use different wordlists, for example, the original Swadesh 200-word list (Swadesh 1952), the Swadesh 100-word list (Swadesh 1971) and various modifications thereof (Kassian, Starostin, Dybo, Chernov 2010), the ASJP 40-word list (Holman, Wichmann, Brown, Velupillai, Muller, Bakker 2008), the Leipzig-Jakarta list (Tadmor 2009), and others.
A particularly interesting case of patron-client relations concerns the Starostin brothers.
Andrei Starostin - one of four brothers who make up Russian football's most storied family - reminisced much later about taking a tram as a ten-year-old across a pre-Revolutionary Moscow, his ten-kopeck piece to pay for his match ticket safely hidden in his mouth, until he swallowed it.
Comecamos a edicao com o texto de Camila Condilo sobre mito e historia nas Historias de Herodoto, seguido do artigo de Dmitri Starostin que trata das metanarrativas historiograficas sobre o Imperio Carolingio.
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(27.) Airat Mukhametzyanov and Aleksei Starostin, Socio-Cultural Survey of Community Activities in the Urals Region--Socio-Cultural Potential of Interconfessional Dialog (Kazan: Kazan University, 2013), 299.
The material of our analysis comes from the etymological database Tower of Babel, which was initiated by Sergei Starostin. The specific theory of Starostin is the reconstruction of a hypothetical Borean language family implementing many language families.
Vasiliy Starostin, associate professor in marketing at Moscow's State University of Management, said: "We wanted a fresh approach from established branding experts and took the decision to open up the contract internationally.
(8) Starostin (1988: 114), in a tentative list of lexical correspondences between Proto-North Caucasian and PIE, correlates both PIE stems [*haeigs- and *haegos] with Proto-Adyghian-Kabardian *aca 'he-goat', Adygh aia, Kab aza 'same', also with East Caucasian and notes Dumezil's (1963: 13) earlier correlation of the Adyghian word with IE.
The story is based on the lives of the Starostin brothers, two Russian football players who survived the Stalin camps.
B, which show a wide range of intraspecific and interspecific morphological variations, are known from unit 1 at the base of the Kapp Starostin Formation of Spitsbergen (Ezaki & Kawamura 1992; Ezaki 1997).