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kolkhoz:

see collective farmcollective farm,
an agricultural production unit including a number of farm households or villages working together under state control. The description of the collective farm has varied with time and place.
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The result was that until November 5, 1949 "these commissions controlled 1264 kolkhoz representing 2.
The correct deployment of communists and communist youth in the most important sections of work, systematic control and fixing of work plans of clubs, reading rooms, cultural houses, and libraries, organizing the work of political-agro-zootechnical clubs and village lecture rooms, managing the work of the press and radio, massive development of amateur activities in the field of physical culture, sports and arts are focused on increasing the importance of organizations of cultural education in the communist education of workers in the kolkhoz village, etc.
In 1934, Bakhtin published his first work since 1929's Problems of Dostoevsky's Art: an article in Soviet Trade entitled "Experience Based on a Study of Demand among Kolkhoz Workers.
Overburdened with all these experiences and war scenes along the way, and missing my family who had remained behind by the Germans to the point of despair, I began writing as soon as I settled in a kolkhoz in the Saratov region, where I worked a couple of months.
The responsibilities of the kolkhoz (collective farms, organized as production cooperatives) for sanatoriums, kindergartens, flats, and maintenance, and so forth became unclear (Andrle, 1994), and the system partly disintegrated.
In this context, spectacular details begin with the following note in the titles: "Events in the film are attended by members of Kihnu island's fishery kolkhoz (collective farm) 'Soviet Partisan' (emphasis by T.
Two con men joined a collective farm (kolkhoz), persuaded the kolkhoz members to criticize the chairman for abuse of power, then used these criticisms to write denunciations accusing him of corruption, all in order to get him replaced by their own man and obtain control of the kolkhoz assets for themselves.
They live in a country where more than 90 percent of the population is Muslim, and the demanding rhythm of working on the Soviet-era kolkhoz, or collective farm, coupled with the atheism of the Soviet Union, may all have, over time, muted the zeal of the Jews of Oguz.
In May 1938, all the Kurds from 'our' echelon were gathered together in the mountainous neighbourhood of Berkuti [now, Janatas], and soon after our arrival was organized a Kurdish kolkhoz named after Budyonny.
The Antonov An-2 (Russian nickname: kukuruznik - a kolkhoz maize worker) also nicknamed \"Annushka\"; is an extremely durable, light, single-engine biplane which first flew on 31 August 1947 and was the first plane designed by Antonov.
Nongovernmental organizations roam the countryside looking for opportunities to liberate, reform, pronounce, instruct, judge, measure, and even proselytize, retracing the footsteps of the Soviet-inspired kolkhoz builders of the past.