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Nizhny Tagil

, Jevdokymenko was a serving his military duty in Nizhny Tagil, Ural region. After military service, he looked Rotaru up. Jevdokymenko had graduated from a musical high school, played the trumpet, and planned to create his own band. As a student at the University of Chernivtsi and a trumpeter in the student pop orchestra, he helped Sofia discover the pop orchestra. Before meeting him, Rotaru had used primarily violins and the cimbalom for musical backup.


Chilliwack

around young ska and punk rock bands. Bands originating in Chilliwack include: These Kids Wear Crowns, Mystery Machine (Mystery Machine (band)), and The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets. Chilliwack also has a thriving classical music community, featuring the Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra and the Chilliwack Metropolitan Orchestra. The drumline from Sardis Secondary School played at several venues during the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Chilliwack also offers many


Kostroma

Kostroma to his possessions and joined the struggle for Grand Duchy of Vladimir-Suzdal. Evidence In 1619, a certain Bogdan Sobinin from Domnino village near Kostroma received from Tsar Mikhail one half of Derevischi village. According to the extant royal charter, these lands were granted him in reward for his father-in-law's exploits. The latter's name was given as Ivan Susanin. Club career He learned to play football in the Tekmash Kostroma football school. Played forward for Spartak Kostroma (1965–1967, 1975–1976), Iskra Smolensk (1968–1972), CSKA Moscow (PFC CSKA Moscow) (1970), Gomselmash Gomel (1973–1974), Spartak Moscow (FC Spartak Moscow) (1977–1980), Lokomotiv Moscow (1981), Moskvich Moscow (1982). Played 82 games and scored 38 goals in the premier league of the USSR championship. USSR champion in 1979. He was the top scorer at the USSR championship in 1978 (19 goals). He played five (5) games for the USSR national team (USSR national football team). His playing career was unusual in that he only got to the highest level of club football in USSR when he was 29 years old. He achieved highest level success quickly once he got to Spartak Moscow. However, that sudden late-career revival did not last for too long and he retired soon thereafter. The Russian historian A. Lobin tried to calculate the size of the Russian army at Orsha based on the mobilisation capacities of the towns which had to send townspeople for military services. Лобин А. Н. К вопросу о численности вооружённых сил Российского государства в XVI в. Studia Slavica et Balcanica Petropolitana 2009 Nr 1-2. pp.45-78 It is known that except for Boyar sons of the sovereign's regiment there were people of 14 towns: Novgorod, Pskov, Velikie Luki, Kostroma, Murom, Borovsk, Tver, Volok (Volokolamsk), Roslavl, Vyazma, Pereyaslavl (Pereslavl-Zalessky), Kolomna, Yaroslavl and Starodub. Лобин А. Н. К вопросу о численности вооружённых сил Российского государства в XVI в. Studia Slavica et Balcanica Petropolitana 2009 Nr. 1-2. pp. 63-64 Based on the data of the well-documented Polotsk campaign of 1563 the author gives following numbers: 400–500 Tatars, 200 boyar sons of the sovereign's regiment, 3,000 Novgorodian and Pskovians, and about 3,600 representatives of other towns, altogether about 7,200 noblemen. Complemented with servants the overall number of the Russian army could be 13,000-15,000 men. Considering the losses during the campaign, the abandonment of service which is documented in the sources and the number of soldiers left as garrison in Smolensk the number of Russian troops present at Orsha could be about 12,000 men. birth_date commons:category:Kostroma wikipedia:Kostroma


Gomel

into poverty after the October revolution of 1917. founded 1959 ground Central Stadion, Gomel, Belarus capacity 14,000 '''FC Gomel''' ( Wikipedia:Gomel Dmoz:Regional Europe Belarus Localities Gomel Commons:Category:Homel


Ojai, California

, but it appears that it was one of two prep schools attended by Howard Hughes which just barely meets my threshold for a redirect entry. I've seen no evidence yet that the school played any particularly important role in Hughes' life, and the Howard Hughes article doesn't mention it. See Talk:The_Thacher_School for an extract from the New York Times obit. And Ojai seems to be a moderately notable place with an existing article that is not bad but could use work. User:Dpbsmith User:Dpbsmith


Chernivtsi

school, played the trumpet, and planned to create his own band. As a student at the University of Chernivtsi and a trumpeter in the student pop orchestra, he helped Sofia discover the pop orchestra. Before meeting him, Rotaru had used primarily violins and the cimbalom for musical backup.


Smolensk

French victory Successful Russian retreat Club career He learned to play football in the Tekmash Kostroma football school. Played forward for Spartak Kostroma (1965–1967, 1975–1976), Iskra Smolensk (1968–1972), CSKA Moscow (PFC CSKA Moscow) (1970), Gomselmash Gomel (1973–1974), Spartak Moscow (FC Spartak Moscow) (1977–1980), Lokomotiv Moscow (1981), Moskvich Moscow (1982). Played 82 games and scored 38 goals in the premier league of the USSR championship. USSR champion in 1979. He was the top scorer at the USSR championship in 1978 (19 goals). He played five (5) games for the USSR national team (USSR national football team). His playing career was unusual in that he only got to the highest level of club football in USSR when he was 29 years old. He achieved highest level success quickly once he got to Spartak Moscow. However, that sudden late-career revival did not last for too long and he retired soon thereafter. Despite this insubordination Timoshenko brought Rokossovsky to Smolensk in July, in an effort to prevent the fall of the city during Battle of Smolensk (Battle of Smolensk (1941)). He was given the unenviable task of cobbling together the remnants of D.G. Pavlov (Dmitry Pavlov (general))'s Western Front (Western Front (Soviet Union)), which had collapsed under the weight of the attack by the Wehrmacht's Army Group Centre during the Battle of Białystok–Minsk. With a limited force of 90 tanks and two rifle regiments, four artillery regiments and elements of the 38th Rifle Division, he is credited with blunting the advance of Field Marshal von Bock (Fedor von Bock)'s 7th Panzer (7th Panzer Division (Germany)), 17th Panzer (17th Panzer Division (Germany)) and 20th Motorized Division (20th Infantry Division (Germany)) at Vyazma and allowing numerous Soviet soldiers to escape encirclement. WikiPedia:Smolensk commons:Смоленск


Egypt

the earliest written language document. Would that be Sumerian cuneiform script ? Or perhaps Egyptian heiroglyphics or Chinese (China) characters ? StuRat (User:StuRat) 04:46, 14 March 2006 (UTC) Format The show follows the travel adventures of title character Giles Wemmbley-Hogg ("Two Ms, two Gs"), a nice but somewhat dim upper-middle class ex-public school (Public school (UK)) boy (Charterhouse School) played by co-writer Brigstocke. Giles


India

Ms, two Gs"), a nice but somewhat dim upper-middle class ex-public school (Public school (UK)) boy (Charterhouse School) played by co-writer Brigstocke. Giles is on a gap year before university, and he records his (mis)adventures with his portable digital recorder, in places such as Bolivia, India, and Egypt. Throughout the series he does somehow graduate, albeit with a 2:2 in Canadian Studies. Later episodes have followed Giles in his search for a job


Canada

Booth (1940–1972), after playing for Minden High School and Louisiana State University, joined the Ottawa Rough Riders of the Canadian Football League, having played from 1962 to 1970. He died in an airplane crash in Canada. He resided in Harvey (Harvey, Louisiana), Louisiana. Booth obituary, ''The Times'' (Shreveport), July 2, 1972 * Larry C. Brewer (1948–2003), a 1966 graduate of Minden High School, played successfully for Louisiana Tech


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