Synonyms for gritsenko or Related words with gritsenko

kolesnichenko              krivov              kostiuk              golovina              polishchuk              kudryashov              derkach              pimenov              bokov              volnov              mikalai              panchenko              pukhov              vorobiov              kharchenko              krasilnikova              babichev              kulakova              gladkova              boiko              bocharov              serguei              belikov              malkov              rybin              serdyuk              shevtsov              sarkisov              timofeeva              shepel              valerij              velichko              puzanov              dudarev              kostyuk              gordeev              sytnyk              borzenkov              pylypenko              vasilenko              klimenko              rozhkov              vladlen              evgenij              andrienko              subbotin              pereverzev              golovko              ignatenko              martynenko             

Examples of "gritsenko"
"Drama." Alexander Gritsenko for the play "carriers"
Gritsenko Anatoly Stepanovich (Гриценко Анатолий Степанович)
Rostislav Yuryevich Gritsenko (; born 8 August 1986) is a Russian football midfielder.
Marina Gritsenko (born 17 August 1980) was a female water polo player of Kazakhstan.
Irina Gritsenko (born 13 February 1968) is a female badminton player from Kazakhstan who later played for France.
Ruslan Sergeyevich Gritsenko (; born April 23, 1987) is a Russian professional football player. In 2011, he last played in the Russian Second Division for FC Zenit Penza.
Irina Gritsenko took part at the 1993, 1995, 1999 and 2001 IBF World Championships. Her best result was rank 17 in the year 1995.
The Road () is a 1955 Soviet action film directed by Aleksandr Stolper and starring Andrei Popov, Vitali Doronin and Nikolai Gritsenko.
Nikolai Olimpievich Gritsenko (, "Mykola Olimpiyovych Hrytsenko", 24 July 1912 – 8 December 1979) was a Soviet actor of Ukrainian descent. He appeared in 33 films between 1942 and 1978. Gritsenko also was member of the Vakhtangov Theatre company in Moscow, Russia. There he was designated Honorable actor of Russia and People's Actor of the USSR. He died on 8 December 1979, and was buried in the Novodevichy Cemetery, in Moscow, Russia.
Sergei Anatolyevich Gritsenko (; born February 1, 1972) is a retired Russian professional footballer. He made his professional debut in the Soviet Second League in 1989 for FC Torpedo Volzhsky.
It was in Stalingrad that he met his wife, Elena Gritsenko, a nurse working in the same field hospital. They married in 1945 and they took part in the Prague Offensive, the last major battle of the war.
Marakesh’s debut album "Androgyny" was released in 2006. It represented fully electronic sound due to being recorded by lead singer Mark Gritsenko alone, before the band’s line up was formed.
Vladimir Sterligov (1904-1973) was the student of Kazimir Malevich, Pavel Filonov, and all his life followed K. Malevich's principles of cubism and suprematism in this artistic tradition. His followers were: A. Baturin (1914-2003), Elena Gritsenko (b. 1947), A. Nosov (b. 1947), Mikhail Tserush (b. 1948), G. Zubkov (b. 1940), and other artists, who expending the Sterligov's philosophy in their artistic view.
Due to above mentioned facts it seems incorrect to agree with the statement of N.P. Gritsenko that "residents of Kostek established trade relations with Kizlyar in the last quarter of the 18th century". We think that they were established far earlier and in the 50s-60s they became constant.
He was awarded the USSR State Prize (1952) and honored with the title of People's Artist of the USSR (1967). His notable role include portrayal of Mikhail Illarionovich Kutuzov in "War and Peace" (1968). Zakhava was an acting coach. He taught several generations of Russian actors, including Mikhail Ulyanov, Yuri Yakovlev, Vasili Lanovoy, Lyudmila Maksakova, Nikolai Gritsenko, Nikolai Timofeyev, Rolan Bykov, Andrei Mironov, Aleksandr Kalyagin, Leonid Filatov, Vyacheslav Shalevich, Leonid Kanevsky, Mikhail Derzhavin, Aleksandr Shirvindt, Aleksandr Zbruyev.
In May 25, 2014 when presidential elections took place in Ukraine 46 polling stations were created within the Bakhmach Raion with election turnout at 63.09% (23,428 votes from 37,137 voters). The largest number of votes received: Poroshenko - 38.54% (9030 voters); Oleg Lyashko - 25.16% (5894 voters), Yulia Tymoshenko - 21.97% (5147 voters), Anatoliy Gritsenko - 5,74% (1345 voters). The rest of the candidates gained less votes. Number of invalid ballots spoiled or - 1.05%. [1]
Petr Shelokhonov was loved by the public, despite hard times with Soviet officials. He played leading and supporting roles in Russian and international films, and his filmography includes over 80 roles in film and television. His film partners were such actors as Kirill Lavrov, Pavel Luspekayev, Ivan I. Krasko, , Nikolai Gritsenko, Vitali Solomin, , Imre Sinkovits, Sophie Marceau, Sean Bean, and other notable actors. He also played over 100 roles on stage in Russian and International theater productions, and was member with three theatre companies in Leningrad - St. Petersburg. In 1979 Petr Shelokhonov received the title of Honorable Actor of Russia.
The following year Jomni travelled to Doha to compete at the 2015 IPC Athletics World Championships. He entered four events, the 100m, 200m, 400 m and 800 m races all in the T53 classification. He qualified through the heats of all four events to reach the finals, achieving a bronze in the 200 metres final. The following year, in the build-up to the Summer Paralympics in Rio, Jomni travelled to Grosseto to take part in his second European Championships. At the Championships, despite losing his 400m title to Russia's Vitalii Gritsenko, he still finished as one of the British team's most successful athletes with five medals. Jomni won a bronze medal in the 100m, silvers in both the 400m and 800m and gold medals in the 200 m and 4 x 400m relay. In the relay Jomni shared the win with his club mentor and team-mate David Weir, alongside Richard Chiassaro and Nathan Maguire.
An emergency in the port-side reactor took place on 24 May 1968 in the Barents Sea during trials of submerged K-27 at full speed (AR-1 automatic control rod raised up spontaneously and the reactor power decreased from 83% to 7% during 60–90 sec). It should be noted that the responsible officers informed the command before trials that port-side reactor was not tested yet after small failure took place on 13 October 1967 but their warnings were not taken into consideration. The emergency was accompanied by gamma activity excursion in the reactor compartment (up to 150 R/hour and higher) and spread of radioactive gas along the other compartments. All crewmembers (124 men) were irradiated, and the main reason according to some crewmembers' memoirs was the fact that submarine captain, Captain 1st Rank P.F. Leonov believed in reliability of a new type of the reactor too much, so he didn't order to resurface immediately, didn't inform crewmembers from other compartments about radiation hazard on board and allowed to have a usual dinner even. Radiation alarm was transmitted only after requests of a chemical officer and a doctor. K-27 resurfaced and returned from training area to home base using the starboard reactor. The submarine was placed at pier in Severomorsk and a depot ship continuously piped steam to submarine to avoid cooling of heat-transfer metal in the reactor. The most heavily irradiated ten men (holders from the reactor compartment) were transported by aircraft to Leningrad 1st naval hospital next day but four of them (V. Voevoda, V. Gritsenko, V. Kulikov and A. Petrov) died within a month, electrician I. Ponomarenko died on watch in the emergency reactor compartment on 29 May. More than 30 sailors participated in accident elimination died between 1968–2003 because of over exposure to radiation and the Soviet government held back the truth about the tragic consequences of that reactor emergency for many years.