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  • Yes | No | Report from Buffryan wrote 41 weeks 4 days ago if the water is low and clear i fish a chernobyl for a dry and a shallow (chain eyed) clouser in a craw color

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  • Ryan Sereno 3 months ago was that actual footage of chernobyl?

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  • Ohh another chernobyl victim, whats up with all that hating on the Ukies lately?

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  • August 18, 2008 at 6:27 am that is a possibility with the chernobyl flies.

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  • Ang 20,000-tonelada arko bakal ay malapit nang ilibing ang chernobyl reactor , paggawa ng mga ito ligtas. ako tunay hindi nanginginig sa pagpili, ngunit Foreign Policy ay may isang listahan ng top 100 pampublikong intellectuals , at gustong ang iyong tulong kitid down na ito sa itaas na 20.

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  • The Greek word “absinthos” means “wormwood.” … and a Ukranian word for wormwood is “chernobyl.”

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  • Schmemann wrote of an interview with an unnamed "prominent Russian writer" who "produced a tattered old Bible and with a practiced hand turned to Revelations" to point out the Wormwood verses, then "in the dictionary he showed the Ukrainian word for wormwood, a bitter wild herb used as a tonic in rural Russia, chernobyl".

    A star called Mugwort

  • However, we're finally getting informed debunking, as in this Urban Exploration Resource forum thread - chernobyl motorcycling fake!

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  • I regret to inform you that Ukrainian chornobyl' [чорнобиль], and Russian chernobyl' [чернобыль] mean 'mugwort.'

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  • It was big enough for those of us nearby!

    February 7, 2008

  • And a less big man-made problem is a three mile island

    February 6, 2008

  • See ghost town

    I have seen this word used as a generic term for a manmade ecological catastrophe, as in "We've got to clean up the river and stop the mill from dumping here. This thing is turning into a Chernobyl."

    February 6, 2008