American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of west-central Russia in the southern Ural Mountains at the confluence of the Belaya and Ufa rivers. The Ufa flows about 965 km (600 mi) northwest and southwest. The city was founded as a fortress in 1586. Population: 1,040,000.
- n. a city in the European part of Russia
- Russian Уфа (Ufá) (Wiktionary)
“Mr Crews's research, much of it conducted in the newly accessible archives of provincial Russian places such as Ufa and Kazan, is of huge relevance to the present day.”
“The vote has also been canceled in cities that never even held direct elections, such as Ufa and Saratov as well as in Kazan, where direct elections had been expected to start.”
“Now that S7 is in the Oneworld Alliance, BA is putting its code on the Russian airline's flights between Moscow and Chelyabinsk, Ekaterinburg, Kaliningrad, Krasnodar, Krasnoyarsk, Kazan, Rostov-on-Don, Samara and Ufa.”
“When an executive at the renowned Ufa film studios is found dead floating in his office bathtub, it falls to Nikolai Hoffner, a chief inspector in the Kriminalpolizei, to investigate.”
“League officials stopped a game in the city of Ufa after the crash.”
“KHL/Associated Press A young woman cried as an official announced the news of the crash at a match between KHL League teams Salavat Yulayev and Atlant in Ufa, Russia, Wednesday.”
“KLH/Reuters Players for Salavat Yulaev in Ufa observed a moment of silence after news of the accident.”
“Premiere was formed in 1999 following the merger of DF1, a pay TV service started by the now defunct Kirch Group, and Premiere, a rival operator owned by CLT/Ufa (now the RTL Group).”
“This is very odd indeed, because the movie rights for Pompeii are owned by German studio Ufa (not under Goebbels but Bertelsmann). mattepainter teddykgb - are you serious? you're going to make a snide comment based on nothing more than a very vague one-sentence overview?”
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