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  • ...nomic Development (Russia)|Minister of Economics and Trade]] of [[Russia]] from May 2000 to September 2007. He currently is the CEO and Chairman of the Exe ...f military service, he studied law at [[Omsk State University]] in Siberia from 1985 to 1990. His name rendered in Russian Cyrillic would equate to '''Germ
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  • On May 19, 2012 he faced [[Odlanier Solis]], who was coming back from a defeat and knee injury taken during his last fight against [[World Boxing ...lagicon|RUS}} {{small|[[Olympic Stadium (Moscow)|Olympic Indoor Arena]], [[Moscow]], [[Russia]]}}
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  • ...rtak Moscow|Spartak Moscow]]<br>[[HC CSKA Moscow|CSKA Moscow]]<br>[[Atlant Moscow Oblast]] ...captain in 2009, and had 30 points that season, but was traded to [[Atlant Moscow Oblast]] in the 2010 offseason. Injuries limited his productivity in his fi
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  • ...ions, including internationally, which are mostly Russian cities such as [[Moscow]], [[St. Petersburg]] and [[Ürümqi]] in [[China]]. Domestic destinations
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  • ...28, 1975, [[FC Aktobe|Aktyubinets]] played against [[PFC CSKA Moscow|CSKA Moscow]]. Match ended with score 1:0 in favor of visiting team. Kopeykin scored th ...one of the best attended in Kazakhstan with capacity of just under 13,000 people.<ref>[http://www.fc-aktobe.kz/index.php?name=stadion The stadium descriptio
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  • ...eroflot]] and its local directorate. Following the transfer of the capital from Almaty to Astana in December 1997, the airport underwent a series of major .../www.inform.kz/en/new-passenger-terminal-of-astana-airport-with-of-7-5-mln-people-capacity_a2751833|website=Kazinform - International News Agency|accessdate=
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  • |caption=[[Soyuz TMA-3]] is launched from Gagarin's Start ...'nyj korpus'') named "Site No.2" was built and a special railway completed from there to Site No.1 where the launch pad for the rocket was located.<ref nam
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  • | timezone = [[Moscow Time]] ...s/baikonur-cosmodrome}}</ref> All manned Russian spaceflights are launched from Baikonur.<ref name=NASA/>
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  • ...undergone modifications that allow the manned ISS missions to be launched from it. Only few manned missions to the International Space Station are launched from Site 31/6 ([[Soyuz TMA-06M]], [[Soyuz TMA-15M]], [[Soyuz MS-02]]), when Sit
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  • ...n and landfill everything was done to make life easier for a large mass of people. In August the construction work on the sites 41, 42, 43 were completed. An ...e.php?album=379&pos=30] was completely destroyed, killed 78 people and 42 people injured [[Nedelin catastrophe|[3]]]. In October 1998, the [[Officer|officer
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  • ...th_place = [[Elektrougli|village Maly Vasilyev]], [[Noginsky District]], [[Moscow Oblast]], [[USSR]] | death_place = Moscow, [[Russian Federation]]
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  • |death_place = [[Moscow]], [[USSR]] His career started as an aviation engineer, after graduating from Moscow Aviation Institute in 1937. He worked with famous aircraft designers [[Niko
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  • ...appointed to command the artillery of 160th Rifle Division after returning from [[Spain]], and participated in the [[Winter War]] until 1940.<ref name= gen ...n front, and then the artillery of the 3rd Ukrainian Front where he stayed from 1943 to 1945, playing an especially important part in the capture of [[Hung
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  • | reported deaths = 78 (92-126 from other sources) ...://history.nasa.gov/SP-4110/vol2.pdf Boris Chertok (author). ''Rockets and People, Volume 2: Creating a Rocket Industry'', 2006, ISBN 0-16-076672-9, Publishe
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  • |death_place=[[Moscow]], [[Russian SFSR]], [[Soviet Union]] ...ый Конструктор''), or the ''Chief Designer'', to protect him from possible [[cold war]] assassination attempts by the United States.<ref name
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  • ...h_place = [[Elektrougli|village Maly Vasilyev]], [[Noginsky District]], [[Moscow Oblast]], [[USSR]] ...the Institute in [[Almaty|Alma-Ata]] refused. Got a turner at one of the [[Moscow]] factories. The [[army]] was called in the spring of 1942, became a [[cade
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  • |club=Dinamo Moscow {{MedalGold|[[1981 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|1981 Moscow]]|Team}}
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  • | clubs5 = [[FC Spartak Moscow]] [[Category:Living people]]
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  • |[[Moscow, Russia]] [[Category:Living people]]
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  • | club = MGFSO/CSKA Moscow {{MedalGold|[[2015 World Fencing Championships|2015 Moscow]]|[[Women's sabre at the 2015 World Fencing Championships|Individual]]}}
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  • | currentclub = [[WVC Dynamo Moscow|Dynamo Moscow]] [[Category:Living people]]
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  • ...the quarterfinals of the Premier-level [[2010 Kremlin Cup|Kremlin Cup]] in Moscow. She qualified into the main draw and defeated World No. 49 [[Gisela Dulko] ...hree-set win over [[Aleksandra Krunić]] in the first round. She then came from a set down to defeat [[Andreea Mitu]] and get to the finals, where she beat
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  • residence = [[Moscow]], [[Russia]] | [[Category:Living people]]
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  • ...3}}</ref> On 18 July 2012, IOC had approved his legal nationality transfer from Russia in order for him to be eligible and represent [[Kazakhstan]] at thes [[Category:Living people]]
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  • {{MedalSilver | [[1980 Summer Olympics|1980 Moscow]] | [[Boxing at the 1980 Summer Olympics|Lightweight]] }} ...]] at the [[Boxing at the 1980 Summer Olympics|1980 Summer Olympics]] in [[Moscow]], [[Soviet Union]]. There he won the silver medal in the [[lightweight]] d
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  • | years5 = 2003 |clubs5 = [[FC Dynamo Moscow|Dynamo Moscow]] |caps5 = 30 |goals5 = 2 | years6 = 2004–2006 |clubs6 = [[FC Moscow|Moscow]] |caps6 = 30 |goals6 = 1
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  • ...rchanovič Auezov'') (September 28, 1897 — June 27, 1961) was a [[Kazakh people|Kazakh]] writer, a [[social activist]], a Doctor of [[Philology]], a profes Auezov was born into a nomadic family from what is today [[Abay District, East Kazakhstan|Abay District, in East Kazak
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  • ...Petrushova.<ref name=NYT/> On another occasion, a decapitated dog was hung from ''Respublika'' building with a screwdriver sticking into its side and a not ...for Russia, where she continued to publish via the Internet, living apart from her family for their safety.<ref name=WP /> In recognition of her work, Pet
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  • After graduation from Chingistai school named after [[Sultanmahmut Toraygirov]] in 1961, he worke ...ort made great impact on Oralkhan’s growth as a journalist and a writer. From 1974 to 1983 Oralkhan Bokey was a prose department manager in the literary
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  • {{nobr|[[Medal "For the Defence of Moscow"]]}}<br/> [[People's Hero of Kazakhstan]]<br/>{{nobr|[[Order of the Red Banner of Labour]]}}<b
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  • ...i]] [[Ostern]] which attracted international acclaim at [[film festival]]s from [[Venice]] to [[Los Angeles]] to [[Tokyo]], and was awarded the Prix Specia ...the Forum for Democratic Forces of Kazakhstan and Central Asia, Republican People's Party of Kazakhstan, [[Democratic Choice of Kazakhstan]], and [[For a Jus
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  • '''Abdizhamil Karimovich Nurpeisov''' (born October 22, 1924) is the People's writer of [[Republic of Kazakhstan|Kazakhstan]], one of the word-painters ...] (1941–1945). Among them all Abdizhamil was the only one returned alive from the front. His father Karim was engaged in hunting and worked in the villag
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  • ...re him, most Kazakh poetry was oral, echoing the [[nomad]]ic habits of the people of the Kazakh [[steppe]]s. During Abay's lifetime, however, a number of imp ...e of the first folk heroes to enter into the national consciousness of his people. Almaty State University is named after Abay, so is one of the main avenues
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  • ...[[Sakhalin]], where he lived until 1957 before entering an art school in [[Moscow]].<ref>{{harvnb|Choi|1988|p=63}}</ref> Aside from his original works, Kim has also translated a number of [[Kazakh language]]
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  • ...y. He had started writing as a student, and had just started making money from it. During this time he became an active member in Russian [[fandom]], visi ...s to [[Russia]] increasingly burdensome. Thus, in 1996 Lukyanenko moved to Moscow, where he currently resides.
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  • From 1905 until 1910 Mağjan Jumabayev was studying in [[Petropavl]] madrasah, l Living later in Moscow he translated the works of [[Lermontov]], [[Koltsov]], [[Konstantin Balmont
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  • ...or of controversial literature calling for greater independence of Kazakhs from Soviet and Russian power. He met repression and was executed in 1939. The S From 1905 to 1908, Seyfullin studied in a Russian-Kazakh school in the Spassk br
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  • |death_place = [[Moscow]], [[Soviet Union]] ...ental scientist who served as the Prime Minister of the [[Alash Autonomy]] from 1917 to 1920. He was leader and founder of the [[Alash Orda]] national libe
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  • ...ttp://www.moscowfilmfestival.ru/miff34/eng/archives/?year=1981 |title=12th Moscow International Film Festival (1981) |accessdate=2013-01-21 |work=MIFF}}</ref ...''AZ-i-IA'', was published in 1975. ''AZ-i-IA'' drew widespread criticism from the literary elite in Russia. Suleimenov was charged with "national chauvin
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  • ...al held in Moscow in 1989, and of the "Zhigerr" Festival of talented young people. He has been honoured with the Order of "Khurmet" and the Order of Merit fo [[Category:Living people]]
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  • ...er studies there, she studied composition with [[Yuri Shaporin]], at the [[Moscow Conservatoire]]. After graduating in 1954, she took additional studies in c Gaziza Zhubanova uses subjects and images from the Kazakh history and folklore. She has composed in different forms, incl
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  • ...]] [[Soviet Union|Soviet]] composer from [[Kazakhstan]]. He was named a [[People's Artist of the USSR]]. ...ing music. He passed the examinations for the composition faculty of the [[Moscow Conservatory]]. However, due to World War II he had to postpone his studies
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  • ...usic for the [[Anthem of the Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic]], and was a People's Artist of the Kazakh SSR. ...ky was born in [[Rostov-on-Don]], [[Russia]] in 1905. He studied at the [[Moscow Conservatory]] and later at the [[Leningrad Conservatory]], under [[Maximil
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  • ...uzaevka, Kokshetau region. He was born in the family of Kokena Shakeev the People's Akyn of Kazakhstan and the First President of the Akyns Union of Kazakhst ...years, the winner of the All-Union television festival" Song of the Year "(Moscow, Russia).
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  • |death_place = [[Moscow]], Russia ...ov was born on 10 January 1928 in [[Almaty]], [[Kazakhstan]]. He graduated from [[Al-Farabi University]] in [[Almaty]], [[Kazakhstan]] in 1950 as a [[mathe
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  • ...khstan]]) in the class of Prof. N.M. Patrusheva. In 1998 he moved to the [[Moscow Conservatory]], where he studied in the class of Prof. A.V. Revich. In 2004 ...06 and 2010 he received an Honorary Diploma as the best student of Z. Bron from the Queen of Spain and performed in the Royal Palace of [[Pardo]]. In 2010
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  • |alma_mater = [[Moscow State University]] ...nt of Kazakhstan]] [[Nursultan Nazarbayev]]. She was Deputy Prime Minister from 2015 to 2016.
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  • ...inning the [[Golden Orpheus]] Festival in [[Sofia]]. Eskalievas range goes from Kazakh Folk Songs to modern compositions. In 2008, she recorded a charity S [[Category:Living people]]
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  • ...is a [[USSR|Soviet]] and [[Kazakhs|Kazakh]] singer, the [[People's Artist|people's artist]] of the [[Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic]] (1986). ...05 Roza Rymbayeva get star on the [[Star Square (Moscow)|Star Square]] in Moscow.
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  • '''Kui ''' is a [[Kipchak people|Kipchak]] [[instrumental music]]al composition performed with national pluc ...that. But by the time the verbal tradition for Kuis was finally separated from instrumental performances and only few Kuishi (performer of Kui) still keep
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