from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of northeast Ukraine east of Kiev. Founded in 1656, it was an important 17th-century frontier headquarters of Ukrainian Cossacks who were loyal to the Russian czars. Today it is a major industrial center and transportation hub. Population: 1,460,000.
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- proper n. An industrial city in eastern Ukraine, administrative centre of Kharkiv province.
- proper n. Kharkiv province (oblast), in eastern Ukraine.
- proper n. Kharkiv river in Ukraine.
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- n. a city in northeastern Ukraine; former capital of the Ukraine
Italy and Ukraine started Sunday at 1-1 in Kharkiv before Flavia Pennetta beat Alona Bondarenko 7-5, 7-6 (3) to put Italy ahead.
Vasyl Klymentyev, for example, the editor of Novy Stil, an investigative newspaper in Kharkiv, went missing last Au gust.
The indictment alleges that Mr. Abu Sisi studied missile technology at the Kharkiv military engineering academy in Ukraine under a professor who was an expert on Scud rocket systems.
Salzburg are all but out of the competition after a 4-0 drubbing at home by Metalist Kharkiv.
Also in Group G, the Ukrainians Metalist Kharkiv hit back from a goal behind to win 2-1 at Austria Vienna.
Last week, 720,000 illegally printed ballot papers were found in the city of Kharkiv.
Neither Mancini or Ferguson will relish meeting an improving Metalist Kharkiv, strong performers in this competition during recent seasons, at their forbidding home in eastern Ukraine in a subsequent round.
Kharkiv's stadium is one of the Ukrainian venues that has been upgraded for Euro 2012.
Mr. Yanukovych and his Russian counterpart, Dmitry Medvedev, announced the accords after meeting in the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv.
Viktor Yanukovych and his Russian counterpart, Dmitry Medvedev, announced the breakthrough after a hastily scheduled summit in Kharkiv, Ukraine, saying that Ukraine will extend the lease on the Russian naval base in Sevastopol to 2042 in exchange for a steep discount on purchases of Russian natural gas.