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