Volchok

Volchok

 

(1) The folk name for several plants, most often the parasitic species of the genus Orobanche, O. cumana and branched broomrape. (2) A shoot developing on an old trunk or on thick branches of trees from a so-called dormant bud.

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Providing logistics and construction support for the transport of Endeavor is a signature project for us," stated Encon Construction Services President - Michael Volchok.
saluting his father's coffin; Zollie Volchok, who turned professional basketball into crowd-pleasing theater; and two-time world table tennis champion Sol Schiff.
A: One of the largest upcoming projects involves the construction of the Vyshney Volchok bypass (kilometres 258a334 of the future Moscow-St Petersburg tollway).
an old hound, yellowish in colour, with brown speckles, named Volchok ["Little wolf"].
Gorzelak, 1996, for Poland; Smith, 1998, for Slovakia; Totev, 2000, for Bulgaria; Scarpetta and Huber, 1995; as well as EPRC, 2001, for the CEE 10, Rutkowski, 2005 for Moldova and Brixiova and Volchok, 2003 for Belarus) suggest that capital cities have experienced substantially higher growth rates and lower unemployment than other regions.
September 24 SPC Adam Volchok and PFC Joseph Willie, both from the 82nd Abn.
9bn contract to construct a bypass at Vyshney Volchok and a $9.