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Kiev

Drahomanov , Mykhailo Hrushevskyi, Nikolai Berdyaev, Mikhail Bulgakov, Viacheslav Chornovil, Leonid Kravchuk, Oksana Zabuzhko, and many others. '''Kiev Institute of Electrotechnology''' in Kiev, Soviet Union (now Ukraine) was a part of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences. It is known primarily for the prominent achievements in the field of computer science, made in early 1950s by Sergei Alekseyevich


Ukraine

in the field of computer science, made in early 1950s by Sergei Alekseyevich Lebedev. '''Ossip Samoilovich Bernstein''' (20 September 1882 at Zhytomyr, Russian Empire (now Ukraine) – 30 November 1962 in the French Pyrenees) was a Russian (Russian people) chess grandmaster (Grandmaster (chess)) and a financial lawyer. Biography Grace Paley (née Goodside) was born in the Bronx to Isaac and Manya Ridnyik Goodside, who anglicized the family name from


Soviet Union

achievements in the field of computer science, made in early 1950s by Sergei Alekseyevich Lebedev. After the WW II, Bernstein came back to chess. In 1946, he took 2nd, behind Herman Steiner, at London. In 1946, he tied for 15th-16th at Groningen (Groningen (city)). In June 1946, he won a game against Lajos Steiner at a match Australia vs France in Australia. In December 1948, he drew a game against Reuben Fine at a cable match New York vs Paris. In April 1954, he lost two


France

that appears to be haunted. Instead, the resort turns out to be an elaborate time machine (Time travel). Nina seems interested in using the machine to escape her troubled life, especially when Rowan tells her about the Enlightenment, a period of European history (History of Europe) when superstition and church dogma began giving way to logic and reason, art and science made tremendous strides, and truth and beauty were celebrated. When Nina disappears the next morning, the older kids rush

was a student of Louis Pasteur at the Sorbonne (University of Paris). In 1876, he became a professor of chemistry and mineralogy at the Sorbonne. In recognition of Crafts's services to science, the French government (France) made him a chevalier of the Legion of Honor (Légion d'honneur) (1885), and the British Association for the Advancement of Science made him one of its corresponding members. Harvard University conferred on him the honorary degree


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