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  • proper n. Alternative form of Khmelnytskyi.


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  • Second, it seems to me that a historian who accuses me of being "quite shallow" should know better than to argue, as he does, that the absence of a figure such as Khmelnitsky and of a "successful Cossack revolt" in Belorussian history explains why the Ukrainians grew so successfully into a modern nation, while the Belorussians have lagged sadly behind.

    Are Hetmen Heroes?

  • Of course in reality the military weakness of C17 Poland led not just to the Swedes being able to rampage around the country at will but also to the hugely bloody Cossack revolt of Bogdan Khmelnitsky with its pogroms and massacres.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Fall of Poland

  • This is a hard thing to do, but Khmelnitsky was often accurate.

    Lubomir Kavalek: Chess Puzzles: A Disappearing Act

  • Before I explain what I heard from Alex Khmelnitsky, a note: most of the time I spend reporting, I spend listening to people describe what they do.

    Taxis in the Sky

  • To replace the power generated by Chernobyl, which Ukrainian officials say accounted for approximately 5 percent of the country's total, Ukraine resumed construction of two 1-GW reactors at the Khmelnitsky and Rivne power plants.

    Energy profile of Ukraine

  • Khmelnitsky swore an oath of allegiance to the tsar in exchange for assurances that the Ukraine would receive a large amount of autonomy, a promise the tsar ignored.

    i. Poland

  • They also urged Ukraine to make needed reforms in the energy sector and urged the EBRD to complete its review of the Khmelnitsky 2 and Rivne 4 safety upgrade projects and contribute to the financing of a loan project for those nuclear safety upgrades, once the lending criteria of the EBRD were met.

    Press Briefing By Mccurry And Summers

  • And then there is another $10 million that is being spent on housing at a town called Khmelnitsky.

    Background Briefing On Visit Of Kuchma Of Ukraine

  • Professor Sysyn first praises Khmelnitsky and he then notes approvingly that the cult of Khmelnitsky has recently been replaced with that of Ivan Mazepa.

    Are Hetmen Heroes?

  • These Veritas estimates are generous, in my view, as they assume zero cash costs for stock compensation in the second quarter - unlikely, since, as Mr. Khmelnitsky notes, securities filings show the number of stock-based awards exercised for cash by MDA's top executives increased by 19 per cent year over year in 2011's second quarter.

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