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Examples

  • In Uralsk the station recorded 37 ° Celsius, that means 98 ° F.

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  • Yet they sang alone, for their youths had been given to the Moloch of war: they had gone to Uralsk, to Ufa, and to Archangel.

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  • I found my friend Stolipin was an Ataman [Cossack commander] at Uralsk, where I visited him.

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  • A similar protest in the city of Uralsk earlier this month led to the jailing of two activists.

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  • In 1991, Roman went to Kazakhstan to serve in the military and he was allowed to workout at in a gym in Uralsk under trainer Uahasov Kvanysh.

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  • Two years later, Roman was discharged and Kvanysh offered him an opportunity to remain training in Uralsk.

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  • Impressed by what he had been taught, Karmazin agreed and he lived in Uralsk, marrying a year later and his son, Oleg, was born there in 1995.

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  • Born in Russia, reigning NABF middleweight title-holder Karmazin (38-3-1, 24 KOs), rated No. 5 by the IBF and No. 10 by the WBC, was stationed in the military and later lived in Uralsk, Kazakhstan, where his son, Oleg, still resides and studies.

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  • (38-3-1, 24 KOs) was stationed in the military and later lived in Uralsk, Kazakhstan, where his son, Oleg, still resides and studies.

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  • One example of this is the recent case of Lukpan Akhmedyarov, a journalist in the northwestern city of Uralsk who lost his job because his superiors were unhappy with a question he put to the regional governor.

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