from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of southwest Russia south of Yekaterinburg. Founded in 1736 as a Russian frontier outpost, it is a major metallurgical and industrial center. Population: 1,100,000.
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- proper n. A large city in Russia, administrative centre of Chelyabinsk oblast near the Ural mountains.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a city in the Asian part of Russia.
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- n. a city in the Asian part of Russia
Take, for example, the closed city of Ozersk, a community of 85,000 people, whose existence was so hushed under the Soviets that it was not allowed a proper name, and was referred to only by its post office box numbers — first No. 40, then No. 65 — in Chelyabinsk, an open city forty-four miles away.
That explains, to some degree, how Steve Maxwell, an Australian, can be boxing next week at the Traktor Sport Palace in Chelyabinsk, Russia, for the WBC Asian Boxing Council welterweight title against Anton "The Pick Hammer" Novikov of Russia.
A day earlier, Chelyabinsk Tube-Rolling Plant, known as ChelPipe, pulled its IPO, and coking coal company Koks Group did the same a week ago.
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.
Lidia Yamchuk and Hanif Sharimardanov in the Russian city of Chelyabinsk which I visited immediately after the fall of communism demonstrated their use of miso soup broth when served to patients suffering from various forms of leukemia.
In Chelyabinsk, frustrated shoppers outside a wine store smashed bus windows and stormed a district council building.
Russian companies, including Chelyabinsk Tube-Rolling Plant and coke and pig iron producer OAO Koks, pulled their IPOs in London last month, citing the bad market situation.
Chelyabinsk Tube-Rolling Plant and coking coal company Koks Group also pulled their IPO that month, while HMS Hydraulic Machines & Systems Group PLC reduced both the pricing and the volume of its placement.
Russian companies including Chelyabinsk Tube-Rolling Plant, or ChelPipe, and coke and pig-iron producer OAO Koks pulled their IPOs in London in February, citing the bad market situation, while HMS Hydraulic Machines & Systems Group PLC reduced both the pricing and the volume of its placement.
Chelyabinsk Tube-Rolling Plant and coking coal company Koks Group also withdrew their IPOs that month, while HMS Hydraulic Machines & Systems Group PLC reduced both the pricing and the volume of its placement.