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  • ...] [[super-featherweight]] title in 2010 (having held the [[interim title]] from 2009 to 2010) and the [[European Boxing Union|European Union]] title in 200 *'''2002''' represented Germany at the European Championships in Perm, Russia. Result was:
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  • | former_teams = [[Molot-Prikamye Perm]]<br>[[Ariada-Akpars Volzhsk]]<br>[[HC Dmitrov]]<br>[[HC Rys]]<br>[[Torpedo [[Category:Living people]]
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  • ...Vityaz Podolsk|Vityaz Podolsk]]<br>[[Amur Khabarovsk]]<br>[[Molot-Prikamie Perm]]<br>[[Khimik Voskresensk]]<br>[[Beibarys Atyrau]]<br>[[Yertis Pavlodar]] [[Category:Living people]]
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  • ...e [[Russian Premier League]] on 14 March 2009 in a game against [[FC Amkar Perm]].<ref name=firstgame>[http://www.rfpl.org/translations.shtml?id=5900&mode= [[Category:Living people]]
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  • | birth_place = [[Perm]], [[Russian SFSR]] | youthyears1 = | youthclubs1 = SDYuShOR Perm
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  • | clubs3 = [[Zvezda 2005 Perm|Zvezda Perm]] | clubs7 = Zvezda Perm
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  • | clubs5 = [[FC Amkar Perm|Amkar Perm]] ...elezničar Beograd]], [[OFK Mladenovac]], [[FK Borac Čačak]], [[FC Amkar Perm]], [[FC Volga Nizhny Novgorod]],<ref>{{cite web|publisher=Sportbox.ru|scrip
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  • | years5 = 2010–2012 | clubs5 = [[FC Amkar Perm]] | caps5 = 26 | goals5 = 4 [[Category:Living people]]
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  • | years3 = 2014–2015 | clubs3 = [[FC Amkar Perm|Amkar Perm]] | caps3 = 4 | goals3 = 0 |valign="center"|[[FC Amkar Perm|Amkar Perm]]
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  • | birth_place = [[Perm]], [[Russian SFSR]] | years1 = 2003–2006 | clubs1 = [[FC Amkar Perm]] | caps1 = 0 | goals1 = 0
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  • | [[Molot-Prikamie Perm]] [[Category:Living people]]
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  • *{{flag|Perm Krai }} : 10,152 ...7542, Westpreußen, Russlanddeutsche Flüchtlinge.jpg|thumb|Ethnic Germans from the Volga region at a refugee camp in [[Schneidemühl]], Germany, in 1920]]
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  • ...n as [[Tartary]]. More recently, however, the term refers more narrowly to people who speak one of the [[Turkic languages|Turkic]]<ref name="global.britannic .... (2006). In ''[[Encyclopædia Britannica]]''. Retrieved October 28, 2006, from Encyclopædia Britannica Online: http://search.eb.com/eb/article-9071375</r
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  • | related = [[Bashkirs]], [[Chuvash people]] ...Russia in the 13th century), they began to negatively stereotype the Tatar people. Due to these negative stereotypes, some of which persist in modern Russian
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  • |region2=Perm Krai ...]] that runs approximately from north to south through [[western Russia]], from the coast of the [[Arctic Ocean]] to the [[Ural River]] and northwestern [[
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  • ...ded in 1598 by Vasily Golovin and Ivan Voyeykov on the site of the [[Mansi people|Vogul]] settlement of Neromkar. There were major fires in 1674 and 1738. Th ...revent contraband. Guard posts were set up in the region to prevent people from slipping around the custom house.
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  • ...гая}}) is a historically important Siberian river which flows eastward from the central [[Ural Mountains]] into the [[Tobol River]], a part of the [[Ob ...ut 1600 to 1750 the Tura River was the main entry point into Siberia. Most people and goods entering or leaving passed through the customs house at [[Verkhot
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  • ...lain|West Siberian]] plains. It extends approximately from north to south, from the [[Arctic Ocean]] to the bend of [[Ural River]] near [[Orsk]] city. The ...rals is [[Cherdyn, Perm Krai|Cherdyn]], nowadays it is the small town in [[Perm Krai]].
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  • ...[Volga River]], first excavated around 1914, and the Turbino cemetery in [[Perm]], first excavated in 1924.<ref>A Dictionary of Archaeology, edited by Ian </ref> The culture spread from these mountains to the west.<ref name = Chernykh2008>{{cite journal|title =
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  • | [[2000–01 Russian Superleague season|2000–01]] || [[Molot-Prikamye Perm]] || [[Russian Superleague|RSL]] || 14 || 2 || 1 || 3 || 6 || — || — || [[Category:Living people]]
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  • ...1929 and the First Secretary of the Communist Party of the [[Kazakh SSR]] from December 5, 1936 to May 3, 1938. He was executed during the [[Great Purge]] ...munist Part of Azerbaijan. In 1929&ndash;1933, he was the Secretary of the Perm Regional Committee, then the 2nd Secretary of the Ural Regional Committee o
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  • ...ight|Railway bridge on the Trans-Siberian across the [[Kama River]] near [[Perm]]]] ...stan]]. As of November 2007, about 1% of the $600 billion in goods shipped from Asia to Europe each year were delivered by inland transport routes.<ref>Ber
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