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

[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

[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

Nickname for the T-90M [RU]
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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

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

Vladimir is a Russian name for boys. The meaning is `renowned prince` The name Vladimir is most commonly given to Belgian boys. (2 times more often than to American boys.) Use for the other sex: Vladimira The name sounds like: Valdemar, Waldemar See also: Volodya, Volya
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