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Ivan VI of Russia

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. The majority of Rosenthal residents were relocated to the northern regions of Kazakhstan. Delvig commissioned a portrait of Pushkin from which Pushkin bought from Delvig's widow after his friend's death. . Title: Anton Antonovich Kersnovskii Papers, ca. . .

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The Government Inspector

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The prediction is carried out with reference to three principal factors: 1 most meteorites with crater-forming potential do not form craters or form craters that are quickly eroded or are inaccessible for observation, 2 many craters are subjected to almost total erosion and burial, and 3 even craters that are easy to reach have not been studied due to insufficient geological investigations of some regions. Ivan, Nikita and Anton Phaut. . . .

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Anton. Antonovich Valter

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Teodor and Pius Filman, Kasakhstan. The crater lake sediments overlie impactites and are represented by laminated siltstones, sandstones, claystones. Since his presence at Shlisselburg could not remain concealed forever, its eventual discovery was the cause of his demise. . An investigation was carried out in 1977 in an effort to determine if this formation was not rather an explosion meteorite crater.

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Anton Antonovich Delvig

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Es wird angenommen, daß die Verbreiterung durch eine nicht aufgelöste elektrische Feinstruktur verursacht wird. Ivan Ignat Shmidt, emigrated to Germany. The characteristic feature of the spectra is that at 85 °K the electric quadrupole splitting is observed, but at 294 °K the spectra are single, considerably broadened lines. Als charakteristisches Merkmal der Spektren wird bei 85 °K elektrische Quadrupolaufspaltung beobachtet, jedoch sind die Spektren bei 294 °K einzelne, beträchtlich verbreiterte Linien. . Albert Ernest I, Prince of Oettingen-Oettingen 11.

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Germans from Russia Heritage Collection

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. He became interested in Russian and wrote numerous imitations of folk songs. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. In lithium pegmatites of Shpoljano-Tashlyksky ore area Kirovograd block of the Ukrainian shield the biotites enriched with rubidium are distinguished. . . Howard Amsden Abdulin, Merchant 1.

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The age of the uranium minerals was estimated due to a significant content of radiogenic Pb that provides an additional parameter for determination of the main attributive characteristics of the minerals. . . . . . .

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Anton Antonovich, Baron Delwig (1798

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Egidiy Antony, exiled to Ural in the 30s. Justin Elliott Derzhimorda, Police Constable. . . . He was only two months old when he was proclaimed emperor and his mother named regent.

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The Government Inspector

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It is noted, however, that the quantity of coesite formed at these lower pressures does not exceed 0. Dan Adams Ivan Kuzmich Shpyokin, a Postmaster. The origin of such textures was attributed to a combination of relatively low-pressure shock loading possibly, under the conditions of impactor ricochet of a block of target granites with a subparallel orientation of tabular microcline grains. . Indeed, the desire to ensure that her lover would enjoy power and influence after her death was the primary reason the dying empress chose to name as her heir the infant rather than his mother.

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Anton. Antonovich Valter

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. . Ivan's mother, Anna Leopoldovna, was made regent, though the vice-chancellor, , effectively ran the government during her brief regency. Two explanations for the Obolonskii structure, a round depression, about 10-12 km in diameter and about 500 m deep, in the Ukraine, have been advanced: 1 that the depression is of tectonic origin, with the breccias present being of volcanic origin; and 2 that it is a meteorite crater. Within three weeks Ivan's father had engineered Biron's fall. A Russian lyrist 1798–1831 ; born in Moscow. .

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