from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of western Russia in the southern Ural Mountains west of Chelyabinsk. It is a rail junction and metallurgical center. Population: 192,000.


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  • "Zlatoust", a collection of moral sermons and homilies (112), mostly from St. John Chrysostom; "Margarit", another collection from St. John Chrysostom, included in the monologue of the Metropolitan

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  • Master smiths from Solingen arrived in Zlatoust centuries ago.

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  • Master jewellers from Zlatoust offered their help; they made an exact copy of the original reliquary and decorated it with 10 kilogrammes 22 pounds of jasper, brass, gold, and silver.

    St Andrews relics

  • Especially with Prokudin-Gorskii's portraits of people, there is a freshness, precision and intimacy to these photos that is spine-tingling; check out this study of a Dagestani man; the Emir of Bukhara; a family of Russian settlers; and this portrait of three generations in the industrial town of Zlatoust.

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  • European side, coming over the boundary hills through Ufa, Miass and Zlatoust.

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  • Near the station of Zlatoust stands a granite column to mark the boundary between Asia and Europe.

    From Pole to Pole A Book for Young People

  • The sabres from Zlatoust are of superior fineness and quality, rivaling the famous blades of Damascus and Toledo.

    Overland through Asia; Pictures of Siberian, Chinese, and Tartar Life

  • At Zlatoust there is a manufactory of firearms and sword blades that is said to be unsurpassed in the excellence of its products.

    Overland through Asia; Pictures of Siberian, Chinese, and Tartar Life

  • Born in 1951 in Zlatoust, a Russian industrial city in the Urals, Karpov is widely considered to be one of the greatest players of all time.

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  • Police in Zlatoust arrested the 34-year-old suspect accused of creating a "punishment brigade" to murder Jews and people from the Causcasus, the local news agency Ural Inform Byuro reported, according to the UCSJ: Union of Councils for Jews in the Former Soviet Union.



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