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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of southwest Russia on the Black Sea south-southwest of Rostov. It is a naval base and shipbuilding center. Population: 231,000.

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  • proper n. A city in southern Russia, the main Russian port on the Black Sea, in Krasnodar Krai.

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  • "It looks like a reasonable valuation," said Renaissance Capital analyst Alex Kazbegi , adding that Global Ports deserves a premium to sea port operator Novorossiysk Commercial Sea Port because the container business is more attractive and the company's ownership is clearer.

    Global Ports IPO Raises $534 Million

  • Regarding economic ties, Russia's transportation minister is reported as saying that they may open a direct maritime connection between the Syrian port of Latakia and Russian port of Novorossiysk on the Black Sea to ship cargo directly, while the Russian gas giant, Gazprom, is also expanding its presence in Syria with additional oil exploration.

    James Denselow: From Russia with Love

  • At Novorossiysk, Mikhail Petrenko, chief executive of Novorossiysk Grain Terminal, says the next few months will be taken up with maintenance.

    Russia Wheat Export Halt Spurs Search for Suppliers

  • In fact, all of Russia would feel the shock waves, because some unknowably huge number of subway passengers consists of people trying to transfer between train stations or airports in the capital city, the hub of the nation, so they can get from Novosibirsk to Novorossiysk, or from Velikiye Luki to Ust Usinsk, or from Omsk to Tomsk.

    From Russia with ease

  • The pipeline ships crude from the Tengiz field and Karachaganak fields in Kazakhstan to Russia's Black Sea port of Novorossiysk.

    Kazakhstan Pipeline Capacity to Grow

  • Azerbaijan is said to have increased the workload of the Baku-Novorossiysk oil pipeline.

    cheney such a loser (kommersant)

  • Consider, for example, these fragments of typical reportage, from an AP account of the post-summit set-to this week between the Eagle and the Bear, when the warship USS Stout anchored belligerently off the coast of Georgia and Russian jets later bombed pretend targets in a show of counter-force near the Black Sea port of Novorossiysk.

    Robert Koehler: The Heart of the Future

  • Consider, for example, these fragments of typical reportage, from an AP account of the post-summit set-to this week between the Eagle and the Bear, when the warship USS Stout anchored belligerently off the coast of Georgia and Russian jets later bombed pretend targets in a show of counter-force near the Black Seaport of Novorossiysk.

    The Heart of the Future

  • Before the construction of Russia's Primorsk facility (see below), Ventspils was the largest port in the Baltics and the second largest oil export terminal for Russian crude after the Black Sea port of Novorossiysk.

    Energy profile of the Baltic Sea region

  • These extend from Baku to Novorossiysk (Russia), and Baku to Supsa (Georgia), respectively, and have a combined capacity of roughly 245,000 bbl/d.

    Energy profile of the Caspian Sea region

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