Tula, Russia

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, 2006 she lost the record to Gulfiya Khanafeyeva, who threw 77.26 metres at the Russian athletics championships in Tula (Tula, Russia). However, Lysenko threw 77.41 metres on June 24 in Zhukovsky (Zhukovsky (city)) ref>

; and 77.80 metres in Tallinn, Estonia on August 15.


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were "crying". Interestingly enough, one can still see some water constantly dripping down the southwest wall of the tower to this day. However, there are a number of natural explanations for this phenomenon. page 118, accessed: 14 November 2008 ** Transliteration: V Tulu so svoim samovarom (ne yezdyat). ** Translation: (Do not come) to Tula (w:Tula, Russia) with your own samovar (w:Samovar). ** Swedish equivalent: Do not cross the brook for water.


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and other boyars) and then at Kotly. After the second defeat, Bolotnikov and his men fled to Tula (Tula, Russia). Skopin-Shuisky took an active part in a successful siege of Tula alongside the Muscovite army. page 118, accessed: 14 November 2008 ** Transliteration: V Tulu so svoim samovarom (ne yezdyat). ** Translation: (Do not come) to Tula (w:Tula, Russia) with your own samovar (w:Samovar). ** Swedish equivalent: Do not cross the brook for water.


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collieries (colliery); on the return route to Moscow the ''aerowagon'' derailed at high speed, killing everyone on board, including its inventor, Valerian Abakovsky. This was the last mass burial in the ground of Red Square. Military career He began his military career in 1606 with the appearance of Ivan Bolotnikov, whom he would defeat twice, first near the Pakhra River with a small unit at his disposal (after Bolotnikov had crushed the Muscovite army led by Mstislavsky


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, and established an iron foundry for the government. Peter the Great (Peter I of Russia), with whom he was a favorite, ennobled him in 1720. For two centuries, the Demidov plants produced a large portion of Russia's iron and steel. The Palace of Westminster was one of many notable buildings constructed of Demidov metal products. Life and work Natalia Goncharova was born in Nagaevo village near Tula (Tula, Russia), Russia in 1881. She studied sculpture at the Moscow Academy of Art


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for the 7.62x39mm (7.62×39mm) round. Soviet Born in Moscow, Kazhdan was educated at the Pedagogical Institute of Ufa and the University of Moscow, where he studied with the historian of medieval (Middle Age) England, Evgenii Kosminskii. Bryer, Anthony. "PKFHSPKFHS news people obituary-alexander-kazhdan-1254232.html Obituary: Alexander Kazhdan." ''The Independent''. 5 June 1997. Retrieved August 28, 2010


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of the STO (Council of Labour and Defence) in providing military preparations on railways. right thumb 200px Soviet gun crew in action at Odessa in 1941 (File:Odessa Soviet artilery.JPG) The onset of the freeze of winter saw one last German lunge that opened on 15 November, when the Germans attempted to throw a ring around Moscow. On 27 November the 4th Panzer Army got within page 118, accessed: 14 November 2008 ** Transliteration: V Tulu so svoim samovarom (ne yezdyat). ** Translation: (Do not come) to Tula (w:Tula, Russia) with your own samovar (w:Samovar). ** Swedish equivalent: Do not cross the brook for water.


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the paramilitary revolutionary group, ''Narodnaya Volya (Narodnaya Volya (organization))''. He was briefly exiled to Tula (Tula, Russia). He resumed his medical studies at the University of Kharkiv (Ukraine), where he became involved in revolutionary activities and published his "Brief course of economic science" in 1897. In 1899, he graduated as a medical doctor, and published his next work, "Basic elements of the historical perspective on nature". He was arrested


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Bock , for them to try their luck on the battlefield rather than just sit and wait while their opponent gathered more strength. thumb 2 rubles, 2000 (Image:Tula-Coin.jpg) Tula (Tula, Russia), a historical Russian city with important military industry South of Moscow, became the target of a German offensive to break Soviet resistance in the Moscow area between 24 October and 5 December 1941. The heavily fortified city held out, however, and secured the Southern flank during the Soviet defence of Moscow and the subsequent counter-offensive. Tula was awarded the title Hero City in 1976. * Lieutenant Ivan Chisov of the Soviet Air Force miraculously survives a fall from 22,000 feet (6,706 meters) without a parachute after departing a heavily damaged Ilyushin Il-4 twin-engined medium bomber. After achieving a terminal velocity of about 150 mph (242 kph), he is decelerated when he hits the lip of a snow-covered ravine, sliding down with decreasing speed until he stops at the bottom, suffering a broken pelvis and severe spinal injuries. * The Soviet Union parachutes 2,000 troops behind German lines at Medyn, near Tula (Tula, Russia), in support of Soviet Army offensive operations. Hardesty, Von, ''Red Phoenix: The Rise of Soviet Air Power 1941-1945'', Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1982, ISBN 0-87474-510-1, p. 76. * January 4–7 – Soviet Air Force aircraft attack forward ''Luftwaffe'' airfields at Rzhev and Velikiye Luki while German transport aircraft (Military transport aircraft) are using them to resupply German ground units. The Soviets claim nine Junkers Ju 52s destroyed on the ground and one Dornier Do 217 shot down in aerial combat. Hardesty, Von, ''Red Phoenix: The Rise of Soviet Air Power 1941-1945'', Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1982, ISBN 0-87474-510-1, pp. 78-79. According to a legend, in 1787, when Catherine passed through Tula (Tula, Russia) on her way back from the trip, the local governor, Mikhail Krechetnikov, indeed attempted a deception of that kind in order to hide the effects of a bad harvest. page 118, accessed: 14 November 2008 ** Transliteration: V Tulu so svoim samovarom (ne yezdyat). ** Translation: (Do not come) to Tula (w:Tula, Russia) with your own samovar (w:Samovar). ** Swedish equivalent: Do not cross the brook for water.


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was then elected chairman (or president) on May 10. He tried to maintain some degree of order and dignity in this difficult assembly, which is often known as the "Duma of the Public Anger". The '''PP-90''' is a Russian 9 mm (9 mm caliber) folding submachine gun, developed by the KBP Instrument Design Bureau in Tula (Tula, Russia) for use with special units of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs (MVD). It is designed for Close Quarters Battle close quarters

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