from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of east-central Ukraine on the Dnieper River southeast of Kiev. It was founded as a fortress in 1571. Population: 231,000.
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After finishing her studies at the local grammar school at the age of twelve, she was sent to study at the gymnasia for girls in Kremenchuk in the Ukraine, where she spent six years.
Until she was eight years old, Devorah studied at home with a private tutor, afterwards attending the village school, the Russian gymnasium in Kremenchuk, and the department of pedagogy at the University of Kiev.
Formed in 2003 in Kremenchuk, Ukraine, this EP follows on from Coram Deo's "Escape to the Heaven" demo (2005) and their debut album "Evangelion" (2007).
Kremenchuk detention center but was released after seven months for exemplary behavior.
Kremenchuk detention centre and was released after seven months.
He said this live on television in Kremenchuk on Wednesday.