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Kirov, Kirov Oblast

Murom, Safa Giray was forced to withdraw to his own borders. Literary career In 1847 Mikhail Saltykov debuted with his first novelet ''Contradictions'' (its title referring to the piece’s main motif: the contrast between one's noble, high ideals and horrors of real life) which was followed by ''A Complicated Affair'' (1848). It was the latter, dealing with social injustice and the inability of an individual to cope with what he sees around that caused Saltykov’s banishment to Kirov

; the fittest of them were moved to Moscow. design_date 1941–1942 manufacturer Factory 37, Kirov (Kirov, Kirov Oblast), GAZ, Gorkiy, Factory 38, Kirov unit_cost thumb Young Korolenko (Image:Vladimir Korolenko young.jpg) Korolenko's first short stories were published in 1879. However, his literary career was interrupted that year when he was arrested for revolutionary activity and exiled to the Vyatka (Kirov, Kirov Oblast) region for five years. In 1881 he refused to swear


that Franko began his literary career, with various works of poetry and his novel ''Petriï i Dovbushchuky'' published by the students' magazine ''Druh'' (''Friend''), whose editorial board he would later join. Cities thumb 275px Drohobych (File:Drohobycz ulica stryjska 08 2008.jpg), is a city of oblast subordinance, subordinate to the Lviv Oblast authorities rather than to the local Drohobych Raion administration. * Kings City * A number


Mary Graves, otherwise Clotilde Graves (1863–1932), the daughter of Major W.H. Graves and Antoinette Dean of Harwich, was born at Buttevant castle on 3 June 1863. She was cousin of Alfred Perceval Graves, the father of the poet Robert Graves. Convent educated in Lourdes, she converted to Catholicism and embarked on a literary career. She was a successful London and New York playwright who enjoyed considerable literary acclaim in the first decades of the 20th century. In 1911, under the pseudonym of Richard Dehan, she published ''The Dop Doctor'', which was made into a film in 1915 by Fred Paul. The film gave considerable offence in South Africa because if its harsh portrayal of English and Dutch characters. It was eventually banned race, organised by Thomas Coleman of St Albans, was run from Bury Orchard, Harlington (Harlington, Bedfordshire) in Bedfordshire to the Obelisk in Wrest Park, Bedfordshire. The winner was Captain Macdowall on "The Wonder", owned by Lord Ranelagh, who won in a time of 16 mins 25 seconds. Reports of the event appeared in the May and July editions of the ''Sporting Magazine'' in 1830. * 1752 — the Jockey Club is formed to establish rules for British racing; it is the governing body of the sport until 1993 when it hands over control to the new British Horseracing Board * 1752 — the first recorded steeplechase takes place in County Cork over a distance of 4.5 miles between the towns of Buttevant and Doneraile, the name of this type of race being derived from the practice of racing the horses across country by going from church steeple to church steeple. National Hunt Racing. Retrieved on 14 November 2009. * 1758 — the Society of Sportsmen of the Curragh, a precursor of the Irish Turf Club is formed.

Râmnicu Vâlcea

; According to some sources, he also took a trip to Buda. The literary critic Tudor Vianu attributes to Barac and Vasile Aaron, whose work constituted an adaption of various ''chanson de geste'' themes, the merit of having inspired Pann to pursue a literary career. Image:Anton Pann - Bazul teoretic, title page.png thumb right 200px Title page of "The Theoretical and Practical Basis of Church music

Chita, Zabaykalsky Krai

was an important part of Shanghai jazz scene, along with Buck Clayton Orchestra. Trains from Beijing to Moscow on the Trans-Manchurian branch of the Trans-Siberian Railway pass through here. There are also tourist lines to Chita (Chita, Zabaykalsky Krai), Krasnokamensk (Krasnokamensk, Chita Oblast), Irkutsk, and Ulan Ude. An important point in Rasputin's early literary career was a young writers' seminar in September 1965 in Chita (Chita, Zabaykalsky Krai) led by Vladimir Chivilikhin (Владимир Чивилихин (:ru:Чивилихин, Владимир Алексеевич)), who encouraged the young writer's literary aspirations and recommended him for membership in the prestigious Union of Soviet Writers. Since then Rasputin has considered Chivilikhin his "literary godfather (The Godfather (novel))". UI * '''UIAA''' (HTA) – Kadala Airport – Chita (Chita, Zabaykalsky Krai), Russia * '''UIBB''' (BTK) – Bratsk Airport – Bratsk, Russia The KGB promptly arrested the protesters, and their trial was held that October. Litvinov was sentenced to five years' exile in Chita, Zabaykalsky Krai, Siberia. thumb Vitaly Solomin as John Watson (Sherlock Holmes) Dr. Watson (Image:Vitaly Solomin as Dr. Watson .jpg) (1981) Vitaly Solomin was born in 1941 in Chita, Russia (Chita, Zabaykalsky Krai) to a family of professional musicians. From childhood he was fascinated by music and learned to play the piano. On leaving school he went to Moscow and in 1959 he entered Shchepkin (Mikhail Shchepkin)'s drama school. He studied in the class of Nikolay Annenkov. '''Lyudmila Evgenevna Titova''' ( 2.31 In this area of plateaus, mountains, and river basins, the major cities—Krasnoyarsk, Irkutsk, Ulan-Ude, and Chita (Chita, Zabaykalsky Krai)—are located along the Trans-Siberian Railroad. A branch line links Ulan-Ude with Mongolia and Beijing, China (People's Republic of China). There are hydroelectric stations at Bratsk, Krasnoyarsk, and Irkutsk. Coal, gold, graphite, iron ore, aluminum ore, zinc, and lead are mined in the area, and livestock is raised. Russia. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-07

Zielona Góra

her literary career, from 1980 she trained as a psychologist (psychology) at the University of Warsaw. During her studies, she volunteered in an asylum for adolescents with behavioural problems. After her graduation in 1985, she moved first to Wrocław and later to Wałbrzych, where she began practising as a therapist. Tokarczuk considers herself a disciple of Carl Jung and cites his psychology as an inspiration for her literary work. Since 1998, Tokarczuk has lived in a small




in the civil service, but gave it up after his mother's death in 1788. His literary career began in 1783, when he sold a comedy he had written to a publisher. He used the proceeds to obtain the works of Molière, Racine (Jean Racine), and Boileau (Nicolas Boileau-Despréaux). It was probably under the influence of these writers that he produced ''Philomela'', which gave him access to the dramatic circle of Knyazhnin (Yakov Knyazhnin). - Tver Тверь Tver Oblast - Thereupon Batu Khan divided his army into smaller units, which ransacked fourteen Rus' cities: Rostov, Uglich, Yaroslavl, Kostroma, Kashin, Ksnyatin, Gorodets, Galich, Pereslavl-Zalessky, Yuriev-Polsky, Dmitrov, Volokolamsk, Tver, and Torzhok. The most difficult to take was the small town of Kozelsk, whose boy-prince Titus and inhabitants resisted the Mongols for seven weeks. As the story goes, at the news of Mongol approach, a city of Kitezh was submerged into a lake with all its inhabitants, where it may be seen to this day. Khadan and Buri stormed the city in three days after they joined Batu. The only major cities to escape destruction was Smolensk, who submitted to the Mongols and agreed to pay tribute, and Novgorod with Pskov, which could not be reached by the Mongols on account of considerable distance and marshlands. * wikipedia:Tver commons:Tver


9 year 1915 pages 353–380 language Russian accessdate 2012-01-02 Literary career In May 1887 Bunin published his first poem ''Village Paupers'' (Деревенские нищие) in the Saint Petersburg literary magazine ''Rodina'' (Motherland). In 1891 his first short story ''Country Sketch'' (Деревенский эскиз) appeared in N. Mikhaylovsky (Nikolay Mikhaylovsky)'s journal ''Russkoye Bogatstvo''.


to children's literature in China (her writings were even incorporated into children's textbooks), and also undertook various translation tasks, including the translation of the works of Indian literary figure Rabindranath Tagore. Bingxin's literary career was a really prolific and productive one, and she wrote a wide range of works----prose, poetry, novels, reflections, etc. Her career spanned more than seven decades in length, from 1919 to the 1990s. The airline was given approval to be established on 26 May 2004. Its first aircraft, an Airbus A320 (formerly of Lotus Air), was delivered on 12 July 2005, at Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport. Spring Airlines started operations on 18 July 2005 and the first flight on that day was between Shanghai and Yantai. Daily flights to Guilin were also initiated. Origin Bandit leader from Mount Dengyun Hometown Laizhou, Yantai, Shandong First appearance Chapter 49 Background Zou Yuan is from Laizhou, Yantai, Shandong. He has a reputation for being righteous and honest as well as for being a powerful fighter. However, he is also arrogant and fiercely competitive. He is addicted to gambling as a youth and wanders around the land. Origin Bandit leader from Mount Dengyun Hometown Laizhou, Yantai, Shandong First appearance Chapter 49 Zou Run is the nephew of Zou Yuan and they are from Laizhou, Yantai, Shandong. His age is close to his uncle's. He has a reputation for being righteous and honest as well as for being a powerful pugilist. Zou Run and his uncle become the leaders of a group of bandits on Mount Dengyun and they rob the rich to help the poor. They are also close friends of Sun Xin (Sun Xin (Water Margin)), Yang Lin (Yang Lin (Water Margin)), Deng Fei and Shi Yong. The Zous aid Sun Li (Sun Li (Water Margin)) and his friends in executing a raid on the prison to rescue the Xie brothers, who have been wrongly imprisoned. wikipedia:Yantai

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