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  • proper n. Alternative form of Ternopil.


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  • One time, she was in Ternopol, a big city about five miles from where she lived.

    Tessie and Pearlie

  • Division fought in the ice and mud along the main road east of Ternopol.

    Panzer Aces

  • Meantime, the Red Army — the 1st Guards Army and the 3rd Tank Army — had launched an attack at the junction between the German 1st and 4th Panzer Armies, and by the morning of 14 March had crossed the Ternopol-Proskurov rail line, which was the 1st Panzer Army's main supply line.

    Panzer Aces

  • Baranovskyy, who dropped out of the 2007 New York City Marathon, trained for Boston in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev and in Ternopol, where he attends university.

    Home -

  • "Yesterday, a delegation returned from Washington, it was asking for a $2.3 billion loan to pay the gas arrears," Yushchenko was quoted as saying to students and teachers of a University in Western Ukrainian city of Ternopol.

  • On the same day, the prime-minister of Ukraine Yulia Timoshenko commented on the situation at a briefing in Ternopol.

    The BEING HAD Times


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