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Svetlyi

 

a city under oblast jurisdiction in Kaliningrad Oblast, RSFSR. Svetlyi is located on the northern shore of Kaliningrad Bay of the Baltic Sea. It has a railroad station (Baltiiskii Les) 30 km west of Kaliningrad. A shipyard and a fish-canning combine are located in Svetlyi.


Svetlyi

 

an urban-type settlement and administrative center of Svetlyi Raion, Orenburg Oblast, RSFSR. Terminus (Rudnyi Klad) of a railroad branch line 172 km from Orsk. The Buruktal’skii Nickel Plant is located in Svetlyi. Precast reinforced concrete is also manufactured.

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The company organized in the territory of Svetly shipyard from January 1, 1969, as the plant number 8 Riga production association "ERA", which existed in its structure until 1991.
Survivors include her mother, Shirley Jean Cunningham of Marion; sister, Denise (Scott) Svetly of Reedsburg, Wisconsin; brother, Brian (Janell) Cunningham of Tampa, Florida; nephew, Aaron Svetly of Reedsburg, Wisconsin; aunt, JoAnn Hall of Ferguson, Missouri; close friends Rob Nonnweiler, Tonia Dalton, Carol Conley Leeman and Kelly Nichols; many cousins; her beloved cats, Lola and Nicholas; and friends too numerous to list.
A Defence Ministry statement said the concrete building which housed military personnel in the village of Svetly in southern central Russia had collapsed on Sunday, trapping people inside.
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Tatneft is to have a crude oil export terminal in the town of Svetly in the Kaliningrad region, on the Baltic Sea.
Earlier mine names used included the Eastern Partizan mine, Western Partizan mine, and Svetly Otvod mine.
(The name Second Sovietskiy is used for a series of mines including Eastern Partizan mine, Western Partizan mine, and Svetly Otvod mine.) The Sentyabr'skiy mine opened in the early 1930's and has been closed for 30 years.