Skvortsov

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2007 FINA Swimming World Cup - Event Winners - 100m Butterfly
... Mangabeira 53.37 #1 Durban Natalie Coughlin 57.52 Nikolay Skvortsov 51.47 #2 Singapore Natalie Coughlin 56.35 Nikolay Skvortsov 51.07 #3 Sydney Felicity Galvez 57.63 ...
Andrei Pervozvanny Class Battleship - Construction - Armor
... In June 1905 the NTC finally approved Skvortsov's proposal to decrease deck armor, saving 130 tonnes of gross weight ... In August 1905 Krylov and Skvortsov independently raised concerns about the ship's stability in combat ... Skvortsov wrote that although the maximum roll angle was set at a respectable 30°, combat damage would reduce it to an unacceptably low 15° ...
Nikolay Skvortsov (politician)
... Nikolay Aleksandrovich Skvortsov (Russian Николай Александрович Скворцов) was the First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Kazakh SSR from May 3, 1938 to September 14 ... Kazakh SSR Levon Mirzoyan Nikolay Skvortsov Zhumabay Shayakhmetov Panteleimon Ponomarenko Leonid Brezhnev Ivan Yakovlev Nikolay Belyayev Dinmukhamed Konayev Ismail Yusupov Dinmukhamed ...
Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod - Players - All-time Records
... Namestnikov, 720 games RSL/KHL Goals - Alexander Skvortsov, 244 RSL/KHL Assists - Alexander Skvortsov, 204 RSL/KHL Points - Alexander Skvortsov, 448 PIM ...
Alexey Skvortsov
... Skvortsov (9 February 1920 – 8 May 2008) A Russian botanist and naturalist, a specialist on amentiferous plants—willows (Salix), poplars (Populus), and birches (Betula) as well as plants of the evening ... Skvortsov was, at the same time, well known in Russia as an editor in Priroda (Nature) Magazine (1971–2005) and author of many articles on botany, evolutionary biology, and Darwinism ... A botanist of vast erudition, Skvortsov was a surveyor and contributor to many regional floras and a tireless collector of plant specimens ...