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a stable and effective executive government. A weak party system and volatile voter behaviour meant that a significant part of the Bulgarian electorate, critical of the policies of the political camp centered around Boyko Borisov, was unable to name a credible alternative. The problem was compounded

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CHAPTER FOUR THE SOVIET CHALLENGE: THE BORISOV MISSION, 1923-1925 In 1922-1923 two lengthy articles devoted to Tibet appeared in the journal of the All-Russian Scientific Association for Oriental Studies, "Novyi Vostok" (New Orient). Both were written by a Narkornindel official, Lev

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Clarke, Peter Fairbrother, and Vadim Borisov. The Workers' Movement in Russia. Aldershot, UK and Brookfield, VT: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited and Company, 1995. vi, 431 pp. $79.95. This is an important if disturbing original study of the various independent work- ers' movements in the new Russia since

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Valentin Kataev (1897-1986), Leonid Borisov (1897-1972), and Sergei Esenin (1895-1925), who had all experienced the fi rst Pinkerton craze as 10- and 12-year-olds, indicate that these colorful, readily accessible parables of Manichean justice in exotic locales allowed young readers to displace their own

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Ukraine, National Changes to Interstate Standards, Amendments to the Order of the State Consumer Standard of Ukraine of March 31, 2004 No. 59 and repeal of normative documents”’. 28 May. Retrieved 28 September 2019, http://search.ligazakon.ua/l_doc2.nsf/link1/FIN10242.html . 20 I.V. Borisov, ‘Financial

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VOLOGDA-KONRAD KORZENIOWSKI'S CITY Viktor Borisov Moscow Translated from Russian by Rachel Gabara In June of 1862, when the Polish exile Apollo Korzeniowski arrived in Vologda, an ancient town in Northern Russia, together with his wife Ewa and their five-year-old son Konrad, no one could have

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omissions have been designated by an asterisk (*) above. As already pointed out by Borisov, LThA is characterized by frequent misreadings of unpointed Arabic rasm . For example, the characterization of Empedocles as “mad” (‮المجنون‬‎, reflecting the Greek μαινομένῳ) in the Short Version, was changed

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