Varpa


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 It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Varpa

 

(The Ear), a rural sports society in the Latvian SSR established in 1956. In 1970 the society included about 1,350 physical culture groups (more than 80,000 athletes). It has access to 80 stadiums and soccer fields and 650 playing fields. Sixty-eight masters of sport and 1,800 candidate masters belong to the society.

The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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pab., tai rodo laikrasciu Ausra ir Varpas kureju ir bendradarbiu pastangos (Zinkevicius 1993: 102).
"Latvijas Pasts has been holding talks with BaltCap Venture Capital Fund on the possible acquisition of the chain of 61 parcel terminals, known as Pasta Stacija," said Varpa, adding that in the transaction, Latvijas Pasts would acquire all the buy Pasta Stacija parcel terminal currently owned by BaltCap.
Be to, buvo skiriami "pjuties varpas", "gyvuliu gynimo varpas", "gaisro varpas" (Gurevicius 1989: 96).
Pasirinkta lygiadienis, poetiskai--tarsi zemes, zmogaus, gamtos prisikelimo varpas, suskambantis menuliui, ausrinei patekejus, kai sviesa su tamsa, Saule su Menuliu pasiraso paliaubas, papuosdami saules rasta pirmaisiais snieguoliu, zibuokliu, salpusniu ziedais, kai kiekvienas zmogus, paukstis, augalas, kaimas ir miestas apdovanojamas diena ir naktimi po lygiai.
Mineto tako pabaigoje, masyvioje is rastu surestoje arkoje pakabintas didziulis varpas, kuriuo kiekvienas praeivis gali paskambinti, sioje vietoje anksciau buvo pagrindiniai sodybos vartai.