Vladimir

Nickname for the T-90M [RU]
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Vladimir

(from the article `Boris I`) In 889 Boris I abdicated and became a monk, but he retained the right to take an active part in the government of the state. Boris` eldest son and ... ...who clung to paganism and the political and social order with which it was linked. In 889 Boris, whose faith apparently was deep and genuine, ... [2 rel...
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Vladimir

(from the article `Ukraine`) ...Christian legends, historical drama, and a puppet play (vertep) performed on a stage of two levels. The best example of the Cossack Baroque ...
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Vladimir

oblast (province), western Russia. It is centred on Vladimir city and lies east of Moscow in the basin of the Oka River. The greater part is a low ... [1 related articles]
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Vladimir

city and administrative centre of Vladimir oblast (province), western Russia, situated on the Klyazma River. Vladimir was founded in 1108 by ... [3 related articles]
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Vladimir

Vladimir is a Russian boy name. The meaning of the name is `Great, Peaceful Ruler` Where is it used? The name Vladimir is mainly used In Russian and In Czech.How do they say it elsewhere? Wolodymyr ( In Ukrainian) Volodymyr ( In Russian) Vadim ( In Russian) Wlodzimierz ( In Polish) For the opposite sex use: In Russian and In Czech: Vladimira (F)...
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Vladimir

Vladimir (vludyē'mir) , city (1989 pop. 350,000), capital of Vladimir region, W central European Russia, on the Klyazma River. A rail junction, it has industries producing machinery, chemicals, cotton textiles, and plastics. Tourism is also important. Founded in the early 12th cent. by Vla...
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Vladimir

[Bogoyavlensky] Vladimir (Владимир), baptismal name: Vasily Nikiforovich Bogoyavlensky (Василий Никифорович Богоявленский; 1 January 1848 – {OldStyleDate|7 February|1918|January 25}), was Metropolitan of Kiev and Gallich (1915–1918), Metropolitan of Moscow (1898–1912). Born to a family of a clerg...
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Vladimir

[Tikhonicky] Vladimir of Paris (born Vyacheslav Mikhaylovich Tichonitsky, Вячеслав Михайлович Тихони́цкий March 22, 1873–December 18, 1959 Paris) was an Eastern Orthodox archbishop and metropolitan of, successively, the Moscow Patriarchate, Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia and the Ecumenical Patriarchate...
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Vladimir

[name] Vladimir (Russian Cyrillic: Влади́мир vlɐˈdʲimʲɪr, Владимѣръ) is a male Slavic given name of Church Slavonic and Old Slavic origin, now widespread throughout all Slavic nations. It is also a common name in former Soviet non-Slavic countries where Christianity is practised, such as Armenia. ==Etymology== Max Vas...
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Vladimir

[Waiting for Godot] Vladimir (affectionately known as Didi; a small boy calls him Mr. Albert) is one of the two main characters from Samuel Beckett`s Waiting for Godot. == Personality == The `optimist` (and, as Beckett put it, `the major character`{ref|1|1}) of Godot, he represents the intellectual side of the two main characters (in contra...
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Vladimir

[disambiguation] Vladimir is a city in Russia. The term may also refer to: ...
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Vladimir

Vladimir (p=vlɐˈdʲimʲɪr) is a city and the administrative center of Vladimir Oblast, Russia, located on the Klyazma River, {convert|200|km|sp=us} to the east of Moscow. It is served by a railway and the M7 motorway. Population: {ru-census|p2010=345,373|p2002=315,954|p1989=349,702} Vladimir was one of the medieval capitals of Russia, with sign...
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Vladimir

[Canterean] Vladimir (Canterean), born Nicolae Canterean on August 18, 1952, is a bishop of the Moldovan Orthodox Church under the Moscow Patriarchate. He serves as Metropolitan of Chişinău and All Moldova and thus as first hierarch of the Church of Moldova and as a permanent member of the Holy Synod of the Russian Orthodox Church. ==Life...
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