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  1. List of people from Ukraine - Wikipedia

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    Anastasia Prikhodko, winner of Star Factory 2007, and represented Russia in the 2009 Eurovision song contest Sofia Rotaru , singer Verka Serduchka (Adriy Danylko), singer and runner-up of the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest

  2. Wikipedia:0.7/0.7geo/Russia - Wikipedia

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    Applied sciences and technology. AK-47 · Aeroflot · Alexei Nikolaevich, Tsarevich of Russia · Alexey Leonov · Andrey Kolmogorov · Apollo-Soyuz Test Project · Battle of Kursk · Benjamin Franklin · Berlin Blockade · Gazprom · Harrison Ford · Henri Poincaré · Ilyushin Il-2 · Ilyushin Il-76 · Isaac Asimov · Ivan Pavlov · John Dewey · Jonas Salk · Katyusha rocket launcher ...

  3. Wikipedia:WikiProject Russia/History of Russia task force ...

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    Wikipedia:WikiProject Russia/History of Russia task force/Popular pages This is a list of recognized content, updated weekly by JL-Bot ( talk · contribs ). If an article is missing from the list, make sure it is tagged or categorized (e.g. Category:History of Russia task force articles ) correctly.

  4. Anastasia Kim's profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates.

  5. Tramp’s Tale: Travels Within the Soviet Union and Across its ...

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    Abstract. Anastasia Egorova was a one-legged Russian tramp whose wanderings took her all over the Soviet Union in the 1920s-1940s. At the end of the Second World War, she decided to see the world, and successfully crossed the Western border in 1945, claiming to be Polish.

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  8. Wikipedia:WikiProject Russia/New article announcements ...

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    Siege of Smolensk (1609-11) by me. KNewman 21:56, 30 October 2005 (UTC) Orest Kiprensky, Nadezhda Teffi, Nikolay Mitrofanovich Krylov (do not mix with Nikolai Krylov, please), Yuri Nikitin by me. Vald 12:57, 30 October 2005 (UTC) Thanks for noticing the mess.

  9. Saints - Behind the Name

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    Shortly after the death of Christ the title of saint, in Latin sanctus, was given to the Apostles, Evangelists and other early Christian martyrs and confessors.. In Catholicism, the papacy has claimed the exclusive right of bestowing the title since the 12th century.

  10. Film The seventh letter of Engelhardt. (2002)

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    The film "the Seventh letter Engelhardt" dedicated to the famous scientist and writer Alexander Nikolayevich Engelhardt, author of the great books "Letters from village". For the passion of populists Engelhardt was exiled to his village of Smolensk. There he engaged in farming, and over time, Batsheva became an outstanding estate Russia.