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kulak

(in Russia after 1906) a member of the class of peasants who became proprietors of their own farms. After the October Revolution the kulaks opposed collectivization of land, but in 1929 Stalin initiated their liquidation
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Bu nedenle MMO, MM30 ve MM300 dakika sonrasi olculen degerlerin karsilastirilmasinda sol-sag kulaklardan elde edilen olcumler birlikte degerlendirilerek istatistiksel analizler 44 kulak uzerinden yapilmistir.
Several factors determined the line of investigation: the arguments contained in the complaint (those pertaining to the initial accusation that had justified the deportation were checked); the general context of the deportation, meaning the deportation category of the individual or family concerned; and additional circumstances discovered after deportation, during a previous investigation, and so on (e.g., collaboration with the Nazis for a person deported as a kulak).
The present policy in the country is not a prolongation of this policy, but a violent change from the old policy of limiting capitalist elements in the villages to a new policy of liquidating the kulak as a class.
The kicker was that Kulak didn't even own a smartphone with which to use these apps.
Vitamin D deficiency can further contribute to bone density loss and fracture in transplant recipients by worsening their persistent hyperparathyroidism (Kulak et al., 2012; Sikgenc et al., 2010; Stein & Shane, 2011).
The definition of a kulak, as described by historian Robert Conquest, expanded beyond that of relatively affluent peasant.
John Kulak has been appointed manager of the Goss Packaging Technology Center, a specialized demonstration, testing and education facility at the Goss headquarters in Durham, N.H.
The BEST CLASS ENEMY OF THE YEAR SHIELD This has to be Michael Bland RN, DipHE, BSc [Hons], MPhil, of Cambridge for demonstrating Kulak Consciousness [2] in his unprovoked and splenetic attack on the Te Henga Collective-attack one and you attack all, Brother Mike.
Featured are: Tom Allen of CBC Radio 2 as narration and on trombone; Kevin Fox voice and on cello, Bryce Kulak, voice and on piano and accordion; Lori Gemmell on harp; and Patricia O'Callaghan, voice.
Over the course of seven chapters she discusses the introductory context regarding the anti-kulak campaigns in the Soviet Union proper, the theoretical literature concerning class struggle and violence in communist societies, the roles of local political institutions, the construction of the definition of kulak, the background and performance of those responsible for making policy decisions at the local level, and the impact of kulak deportations on local society.
Our results are contradictory to those of Kulak and Arikan, who did not found any significant relationship between the prevalence of 21 DRS and overnight denture wearing .