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Synonyms for Frunze

the capital of Kyrgyzstan (known as Frunze 1926-1991)

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Another contract is with Ukrainian companies such as Zorya Mashproekt and Sumy Frunze NPO," he said.
Frunze 91885-1925)-the Chairman of the Revolutionary Soviet; F.
Frunze Sumy MNPO the works were carried out, connected with malleating of ingots of 640 mm diameter into flat slabs of 200 and 220 mm thickness (Figure 4).
FRUNZE employs approximately 20,000 people and regularly secures ASME and API industry certifications for its products.
Frunze about a war of national defence; Frunze replaced L.
Naval Academy (now the Voroshilov Naval War College) and the Frunze Army
For example, in 1937, after Schwartz's father, a professor of history and archeology at Leningrad University, was arrested during yet another wave of Stalinist terror, his family was exiled to the city of Frunze (now Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan).
I was a student and lecturer at the Frunze Military Academy and an honorary officer of the Red Army," continued Crouch.
Moldova beat Austria 1-0 thanks to debutant Viorel Frunze in the other match in that pool.
These include not only the Gerow Board and the Skelton Panel, to be expected in a thorough treatment of PME, but also biographical entries on such individuals as Claudius Crozet, Matthew Maury, and Justin Morrill; concise historical entries on the host communities of key PME institutions, including Annapolis, New London and Newport (but not Colorado Springs); and entries on historic and contemporary PME institutions abroad, including the RAF College at Cranwell, the Frunze Military Academy, and the Ecole Militaire.
He received a book from the History of Military Art department at the Frunze Combined Arms Academy in Moscow.
He then worked as senior lecturer, associate professor and professor at the Polytechnical Institute of Frunze (now Bishkek), and in 1977, was awarded Kyrgyz Comsomol Prize for research in the development of mathematical theory of warm conditions of computer memory units and reliability of their functioning.
Ryabchuk led specialists from the Frunze Military Academy in a systems approach to the evolution of military art under the impact of the current revolution.