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  • The War came: Ivan Kononov went without understanding, without reason -- what concern was it of Pochinki?

    Tales of the Wilderness

  • At its approach he went on furlough to Pochinki, met it there, and there remained.

    Tales of the Wilderness

  • He fought hand-to-hand: he fled; he retreated forty versts a day, resting in the woods singing his peasant-songs with the soldiers -- and yearning for Pochinki.

    Tales of the Wilderness

  • By turning aside from it, walking through a field, fording a river, penetrating first through a dark aspen grove, then through a red pine belt, skirting some ravines, threading a way across a village, trudging wearily through dried-up river-beds and on through a marsh, the village of Pochinki is reached, surrounded by forest.

    Tales of the Wilderness

  • Then he was thrown off again, But there the main-road passed the railway; by turning aside from it, walking through a field, fording a river, making a way through the woods, skirting the ravines, trudging through river beds, and traversing the marshes he reached the village of Pochinki.

    Tales of the Wilderness

  • The paper says Pochinki has recorded with the Krakow Radio Symphony Orchestra in Poland and worked on an album with Michael Jackson's father, Joe Jackson.

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  • Pochinki said that during the two hours that she was detained, on the verge of tears, she recalled "Die Fledermaus" by Johann Strauss.

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  • "I'm so sorry if my telephone conversation bothered anyone," Pochinki said Monday of her Oct. 18 arrest at Nice Matin, speaking in Spanish to The Associated Press.

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  • Her attorney says that Pochinki was so "immersed" in the conversation she didn't realized what was happening until her food was taken away and she was escorted out by a police officer.

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  • Pochinki says she's sorry that her phone conversation on Oct. 18 at Nice Martin (nees muh-TAHN ') caused such a ruckus.

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  • My parents picked up a pin at the 1980 Russian Summer Olympics, it has Pochinki in Cyrillic on top, a deer in a white field above a horse on a green field.

    May 7, 2012