Ukraine

[n] - a republic in southeastern Europe
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Ukraine

Country in eastern central Europe, bounded to the east by Russia, north by Belarus, south by Moldova, Romania, and the Black Sea, and west by Poland, the Slovak Republic, and Hungary. Government...
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Ukraine

Ukrayina noun a republic in southeastern Europe; formerly a European soviet; the center of the original Russian state which came into existence in the ninth century
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Ukraine

Ukraine (yOO'krān, yOOkrān') , Ukr. Ukraina, republic (2005 est. pop. 47,425,000), 232,046 sq mi (601,000 sq km), E Europe. It borders on Poland in the northwest; on Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, and Moldova in the southwest; on the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov in the south; on Ru...
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Ukraine

Country in eastern central Europe, bounded to the east by Russia, north by Belarus, south by Moldova, Romania, and the Black Sea, and west by Poland, the Slovak Republic, and Hungary. Government Ukraine has a multiparty political system with a French-style semi-presidential, or dual, executive in which executive power is shared by the prime...
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Ukraine

[sports society] Ukraine (sports society) is a physical culture and sports association of Ukraine. ==History== At the end of eighties (1987) the former sports associations of trade unions `Avanhard`, `Burevestnik`, `Vodnik`, `Zenit`, `Kolos`, `Lokomotiv`, and `Spartak` were united into the All-Union volunteer physical culture and sports ass...
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Ukraine

A wine culture existed as early as the 4th century BC on the southern coast of the peninsula Crimea, from this time were Kelteranlagen and amphorae found. In the northern part, however, it developed much later from the 11th century by monks. In the Middle Ages, the Genoese, who were then owners of Sudak, traded Crimean wines throughout Europe. Unde...
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