Vernyi

Vernyi

 

until 1921 the name of Alma-Ata, capital of the Kazakh SSR.

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So multiple copies were being mailed into the same factory, explains editor-in-chief Bruce Vernyi, and the cost-cutting move will put emphasis on internal pass-along.
Born in the Central Asian city of Pishpek (now renamed Frunze) into a Moldavian military family (February 2, 1885); graduated from the Vernyi Academy with a scholarship gold medal (1904); studied at the St.
Back across town at Penton Media, Bruce Vernyi has been appointed editor-in-chief of American Machinist, replacing Tom Grasson.
Vernyi joins from Penton's Industry Week, where he was a senior editor.
Vernyi thus becomes the 15th chief editor of American Machinist in its 128-year history (the editor of this newsletter was its 11th).