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Synonyms for Moscow

a city of central European Russia

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Then, the company has another ten days to transfer the shares in RBC TV Moscow to shareholders.
Moscow City, in need of funds, is exploring options for the sale of Bank of Moscow and is seen by analysts to prefer a private disposal to VTB, as an open tender would be a longer process, Reuters said.
Russian President had visited old Moscow by took off his shoes and taken some information from Moscow Muftis Council Chairman Ravil Gaynuddin.
The first break through in relations came in December 2007 when Moscow Mayor and Chairman of MOGC, Yuri Luzhkov, and Gazprom CEO, Alexei Miller, formalised initial progress in a Memorandum of Understanding.
In Moscow, Hernandez saw not only McDonalds and an IKEA furniture store but American-made vehicles like Fords, Chevrolets, Hummers, and stretch limousines.
Internationally, Moscow Re is looking for a broad range of facultative business.
As a result, in Moscow today many buildings are at risk.
FSB director Nikolai Patrushev met with FBI head Robert Mueller, who was on a visit to Moscow, to sign the deal, which draws out plans for cooperation between the two security bodies," reported the December 6 Moscow News.
Ruble argues that in these settings, none of which was overly burdened by the heavy hand of state power (national capitals having been located elsewhere, although Moscow became a capital after the Bolshevik Revolution), no group or interest succeeded in asserting and maintaining hegemony over others.
The Moscow-based firm was established in 1995 and is one of Russia's leading real estate services firms with 100 people in its Moscow office.
But his wish to visit Moscow and meet with Patriarch Alexei II of the Russian Orthodox Church has not been granted.
I arrived in Moscow as a correspondent for The New York Times in February 1969, and was named bureau chief in July.
Dec 11-12, Moscow Ballet, Bama Theatre, 600 Greensboro Ave, 334/242-4076
The Moscow Patriarchate of the Russian Orthodox Church described the establishment of a "Catholic Church of Russia" as a "challenge to Orthodoxy.