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… the Russian Army bought 616 Vehicles for 1308 rubles, at a time when the annual salary of the governor of the three villages was only 50 rubles.

…Žulpa trained at VSS Žalgiris in Vilnius, becoming the Honoured Master of Sports of the USSR in 1980. He won a gold medal in 200 m breaststroke with a time of 2:15.85 at the 1980 Summer Olympics.

…Žana Jereb (born 17 June 1984 in Kranj) is a Slovenian long-distance runner. She competed in the marathon at the 2012 Summer Olympics, placing 88th with a time of 2:42:50.

… remains of a forest. In the Macedonian language the word for forest is шума/šuma. The Albanian expression pronounced as shumë is according to Pianka Włodzimierz borrowed in this instance possibly from a local field name from a time when Zagračani was a Macedonian village, becoming the name of the village.

… small pension at a time when there was limited opportunity to exhibit and earn a living from art. Šulentić devoted his time to painting, and in 1953 resumed his travels. By 1959, he began to receive recognition for his work in major…

…Širikti-šuqamuna, inscribed phonetically in cuneiform mši-rik-ti-dšu-qa-mu-nu and meaning “gift of (the god) Šuqamuna”, ca. 985 BC, succeeded his fellow “son of Bazi,” Ninurta-kudurrῑ-uṣur I, as 3rd king of the Bῑt-Bazi or 6th Dynasty of Babylon and exercised the kingship for just 3 months, insufficient a time to merit an official regnal year.

… 1:54.36 from the Russian Open Championships in Moscow. He challenged seven other swimmers in heat two, including dual citizen Mihail Alexandrov of Bulgaria. He raced to third place in a time of 1:54.56, exactly two tenths of a second (0.20) off his entry time. Pinciuc failed to advance into the semifinals, as he placed forty-ninth overall in the preliminaries.

…Ōmura represented Japan at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, where she competed in the women’s K-2 500 metres. Ōmura and her partner Shinobu Kitamoto failed to advance into the semi-finals, as they placed sixth in the second heat by approximately two seconds behind the Slovakian pair Ivana Kmeťová and Martina Kohlová, with a time of 1:47.323.

…Ōkubo was one of the most influential leaders of the Meiji Restoration and the establishment of modern governmental structures. Briefly, for a time he was the most powerful man in Japan. A devout loyalist and nationalist, he enjoyed the respect of his colleagues and enemies alike.

… with a time of 2:00.21, edging out Ukraine’s Serhiy Advena by 0.04 of a second. He is a member of the swimming team for AZS Warszawa, and is coached and trained by Roberta Białeckiego.

…Đukanović has a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Belgrade and was a political commentator of some notoriety prior to his election to the assembly. He was for a time the host of a radio program called Focus on Svet Plus Info;…

…Đački rastanak (The Parting of Schoolfriends) is the best and most popular of his works. Nothing is lovelier in this remarkable poem than those passages in which he pictures the life of college students. For a time he gives himself up to…

…Čolak announced on September 28, 2013, that he would attempt to break the world record in static apnea on pure oxygen, held by Tom Sietas with a time of 22 minutes 22 seconds. Goran succeeded by holding his breath, at the Zagreb main square, for 22:30 min, setting the new Guinness World Record. On 20 June 2014 he improved his record to 23:01.

…Čhiranan Pitpreecha (born 1955) is a Thai poet and feminist. For a time, she had the married name Čhiranan Prasertkul. Her surname also appears as Phitprīchā.

…ČSSD reportedly considering different options to ensure that none of their MPs vote for Klaus against the party line: to have an open ballot, to have voting done by two MPs at a time or to have the MPs make photos with their mobile phones as proof of their vote.

…Þorsteinn Þorsteinsson (born 27 July 1947) is an Icelandic athlete. He competed in the 800m race in the 1972 Summer Olympics, coming 6th in Heat 4 in a time of 1:50.8. His personal best time was 1:50.1, recorded in 1967.

…Úna O’Connor was born in Fairview, Dublin in 1938. The youngest of eight children her mother died when she was just eighteen years-old. O’Connor grew up in Dublin at a time when the county’s Gaelic footballers were successful. She was a great admirer of Kevin Heffernan and often received coaching advice from him before she played in big games.

…Østergaard placed second in the 2006 Junior World Championships, held in Spa, Belgium. He finished with a time of 3 hours, 8 minutes and 59 seconds, which was nine seconds behind the champion, Italy’s Diego Ulissi.

…Övertorneå Sportklubb, or Ötå/Kuiva BK as the club was originally named from 1967 until 1979, began operations at a time when Övertorneå was suffering from depopulation. The club previously also ran handball and ice-hockey operations but the handball section has been discontinued and the ice hockey section formed their own club.

Earl Hákon Pálsson. Part of the saga relates of how the Earldom of Orkney is for a time jointly run by half-brothers—Haraldr Hákonsson and Páll Hákonsson, who are both sons of Earl Hákon. With the death of Earl Haraldr, son of Helga,…

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