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(Ukrainian: Микола Карпук; born September 2, 1982) is a Ukrainian bodybuilder, and personal trainer.
Ottawa Rough Riders (21) - TDs, Benny MacDonnel, Pete
, Alton Baldwin; cons., Bob Gain (3); singles, Bruce Cummings (2), Tom O'Malley.
In the final quarter Ottawa's Pete
fumbled a lateral. Calgary's Woody Strode recovered and returned it to the Ottawa eleven yard line.
did not attempt to recover his own fumble, believing that the whistle had blown. Pete Thodos scored the winning touchdown on an end rush that opened a large hole in the Ottawa defence while Dave "Baldy" Tomlinson successfully punted in the last winning points.
The Bane of Yoto is a thirteen-time award-winning science-fantasy novel by Josh Viola (creator) and Nicholas
, first published in June 2012 by music label FiXT Music owned by electronic rocker Klayton of Celldweller.
(c. 1927 – March 4, 1985) was a Canadian football player who played for the Ottawa Rough Riders, Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Montreal Alouettes. He won the Grey Cup with the Rough Riders in 1951. He played junior football in his birthplace and hometown of Toronto. He died of a heart attack in 1985.
A member of the Ukrainian Federation of Bodybuilding and Athleticism (UBPF). He placed 1st during the 2010 Ukraine Cup in heavyweight category. Next year he was the absolute winner of both Kiev Cup and Grand Prix "Hero" championships. Also in 2011
participated in IFBB's European Amateur Championships; he managed to win a bronze medal in light-heavyweight category. In 2012 he contended in IFBB World Amateur Championships, and WBPF World Championships. During both of these contests he peaked at number four in light-heavyweight category. In 2013
won two gold medals: at the WBPF European Championships (in heavyweight category), and at the NAC World Championships (in medium-tall category). He was the winner of 2015 Ukraine Cup in heavyweight category.
The URW issued a newspaper called "Golos Truda" [Voice of Labor] in New York City beginning in 1911. Following the Russian Revolution of 1917, the editors returned home together to begin publishing the paper there. A new official Union of Russian Workers newspaper was launched in New York on February 26, 1919, "Khleb i volia" [Bread and Freedom], edited by G.V.
. According to documents seized by the Lusk Committee, the paid circulation of the latter publication was 4,547 in 1919.
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