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Kozlov

Kozlov (Russian: Козлов), or Kozlova (feminine; Козлова) is a common Russian surname. It is derived from the sobriquet "козёл" ("goat", nowadays often perceived as offensive). The name may refer to several people or geographic locations:

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Aleksei Kozlov (footballer)
... Aleksei Vladimirovich Kozlov (Russian Алексей Владимирович Козлов) (born August 18, 1975) is a retired Russian footballer ... He is the son of Vladimir Kozlov ...
Andrey Kozlov - Tributes
... president at Russian Standard Bank, said, "Kozlov was a strong believer in reforming the financial markets of Russia ... that were important for the banking business." Zolotarev first met Kozlov when they studied at Moscow Financial Institute ... Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin described Kozlov as "a very courageous and honest personality, who has been on the frontline of the struggle against financial crimes ...
Kozlov
... Kozlov (Russian Козлов), or Kozlova (feminine Козлова) is a common Russian surname ... to several people or geographic locations People Alexander Kozlov, governor general of Moscow, Russia Aleksei Kozlov (footballer), Russian footballer. 1984), Russian footballer Dmitri Ilyich Kozlov (1919-2009), Russian aerospace engineer Dmitr Timofeyevich Kozlov (1896-1967), Soviet military commander in the World War II Elizabeth V ...
Andrey Kozlov - Career
... Kozlov was born in Moscow and served in the Soviet Army from 1983 to 1985 ... Kozlov introduced a deposit insurance system and founded the Deposit Insurance Agency to restore public faith in the banking system after the 1998 Russian financial crisis ... Kozlov prevented other banks from continuing operation by denying them access to the deposit insurance system ...
Khara-Khoto - Exploration
... a new Mongol-Sichuan expedition under the command of Pyotr Kuzmich Kozlov ... During the 1907-1909 expedition to Central Asia, in 1908, Kozlov made the historical discovery of Khara-Khoto ... With a dinner and gift of a grammophone to a local Torghut lord Dashi Beile, Kozlov obtained a permission to dig in the site, arriving on May 1, 1908 to Khara-Khoto ruins ...