from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of west-central Russia southwest of Moscow. It is an industrial center and a river port. Population: 329,000.
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- proper n. A city in Russia, administrative centre of Kaluga oblast.
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- n. a city of central Russia to the south of Moscow
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Such prostitutes can count only on satisfaction of any doctor, which studied in Kaluga and since then remembered breadth and expression of Russian sex.
I went down to a small town called Kaluga, south of Moscow, and got into an argument with a local newspaper editor over a lunch they had in which he was baiting me with various things that had happened in the United States -- the scandal -- it may have even been the Watergate scandal.
When I lived in Russia I had some (Russian) friends in the town of Kaluga who were big fans of the Pogues, Fairpoint Convention, and other similar bands, so this _sort_ of thing doesn't surprise me too much, but I'll be interested to see this stuff.
And two new farm-raised, delicious offerings, Shassetra ($155) from Schrenki sturgeons, a lively taste with notes of dried fruit and the taste of the sea, medium-sized beads (my first choice now), and the 50 mg presentation of Kaluga ($491), from the Huso Dauricus sturgeon, a mellow, rich and buttery note of medium to dark gray beads, spectacular.
Earlier this year, AstraZeneca began building a new $150 million manufacturing facility in the country's central Kaluga region to supply Russia with locally manufactured medicines.
The start-up of its Hefei, China, plant is going better than expected and the company is planning to expand capacity there, while it plans a new plant in Kaluga, Russia, with an initial capacity of four million tires, Mr. Setzer said.
Germany's Continental AG announced earlier this month plans to invest about €220 million in a new plant in Kaluga, near Moscow.
Above, a L'Oréal factory in Kaluga, Russia, about 50 miles from Moscow.
A vehicle-assembly plant in Kaluga, Russia, built by the two companies, will soon go on stream.
There is another passenger, Luda, from the small town of Kaluga, which we will pass later this evening.
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