Synonyms for pimenov or Related words with pimenov

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Examples of "pimenov"
Mikhail Aleksandrovich Pimenov (; born 19 September 1983) is a Russian professional footballer.
Yu.K. Vinogradova, A.G. Kuklina, M.G. Pimenov, A.K. Sytin, R.V. Kamelin, B.A. Yurtsev.
Ruslan Valeryevich Pimenov () (born 25 November 1981 in Moscow) is a former Russian football player.
Pimenov () (masculine) or Pimenova (feminine) is a surname of Russian origin. Persons with the surname include:
Pimenov was dismissed by the Tsar and died three years later, at the age of 49.
He played mostly for Lokomotiv Moscow and then briefly for Alania Vladikavkaz. In 2005–2006 he played for FC Metz in France. In 2007 he transferred to Dynamo Moscow. However, Andrei Kobelev soon forbade Pimenov even to train with the team as the footballer lacked for fitness. Pimenov was released from his contract only in December 2009.
Andrei Vladimirovich Pimenov () – known professionally as Andrei Kivinov () – (born 25 November 1961) is a popular and well-known crime fiction author and screenwriter, writing in Russian.
These are some of famous people who took part in Encounter game Ruslana, Alex Exler, Dmitry Puchkov, Ales Mukhin, Ville Haapasalo, KVN team Fyodor Dvinyatin, Yevgeni Grishkovetz, Boris Strugatsky, Diana Arbenina, Sergey Pimenov, Konstantin Rykov, Andrey Griboedov, Artur Sitdikov.
Pimenov is an international rowing referee and the chief referee of the Russian Rowing Federation. In 1994 he became the third person to receive the Thomas Keller Medal, the highest honor in rowing.
In 1953 Valery Vatenin was adopted at the first course of Department of Painting at the Leningrad Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture named after Ilya Repin, where he studied under Valery Pimenov, Leonid Khudiakov, Alexander Zaytsev.
In 1949 he graduated from Ilya Repin Institute in Mikhail Avilov workshop, together with Rostislav Vovkushevsky, Ivan Godlevsky, Valery Pimenov, Maria Rudnitskaya, and other young artists. His graduation work was historical painting "Stalin at exile in Narym".
Vyacheslav Igorevich Pimenov (Russian: Вячеслав Игоревич Пименов; born 1 March 1991 in Moscow) is a Russian professional triathlete, 2010 Junior Champion and permanent member of the Russian National Team.
In the three years from 2008 to 2010, Pimenov took part in 8 ITU competitions and achieved 6 top ten positions. In 2011 he changed to the "Elite" category.
In the same year Piotr Nazarov joined the first course of painting department of the Leningrad Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture named after Ilya Repin. He studied of Piotr Belousov, Mikhail Platunov, Valery Pimenov.
The plant taxa "Dichoropetalum stridii" (Hartvig) Pimenov & Kljuykov, "Onosma stridii" Teppner, "Sagina stridii" Kit Tan, Zarkos & Christodoulou, "Crocus biflorus" subsp. "stridii" (Papan. & Zacharof) B. Mathew, "Astragalus stridii" Kit Tan are named after him.
1984 graduates from the Volgograd medical school № 3. From 1985 to 1989 is a leader of the art collective «The Dance of the Giraffe» («Танец жирафа»). From 1987 to 1990 he was an editor of the punk-journal «No Future» («Будущего нет»). From 1988 to 1990 he was a front-man of the punk bands «Schnook» («ЧМО») and «Manifesto Committee» («Комитет Манифест»). Between 1990-1991 he took part in the together with , Dmitry Pimenov, Grigori Gusarov. From 1993 to 1994 he participated in the art collective Neceziudik («Нецезиудик») together with , , Dmitry Pimenov, Sendi Revizorov, Alexander Zubarzuk. In 1995, together with the artists Farid Bogdalov, Mavromatti established the art collective «Absolute Love Sect» members of which were also Imperator Wawa, Dmitry Pimenov, Mihail and Tatyana Nikitin, Alena Martynova.
In 2010, Vyacheslav Pimenov took part in the prestigious French Club Championship Series "Lyonnaise des Eaux", representing the club "St. Jean de Monts Vendee Tri Athletisme." At the first triathlon of this French circuit, i.e. at the "Triathlon de Dunkerque" on 23 May 2010, Vyacheslav Pimenov placed 39th and still was the third best triathlete of his club (Ivan Tutukin, Russia: 24th, Alfred Torok, Hungary: 32nd), thus being among the three "triathlètes classants l'equipe." Incidentally, "St. Jean de Monts Vendee," like many French D1 clubs, depends almost exclusively on foreign elite stars.
Valentina Vasilievna Monakhova (born Valentina Vasilieva) was born August 23, 1932, in Leningrad, USSR. In 1952 she entered the painting department of the Leningrad Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture named after Ilya Repin. She studied at Leonid Khudiakov, Vasily Sokolov, Valery Pimenov, Alexander Zaytsev.
In 1949, after a long break forced by the second world war and evacuation, Maria Rudnitskaya graduated from the Leningrad Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture named after Ilya Repin in the studio of Victor Oreshnikov, together with Nikolai Babasuk, Rostislav Vovkushevsky, Ivan Godlevsky, Valery Pimenov, Victor Teterin, and other young artists. Her graduation work was genre painting named "Motherhood".
After demobilization Rostislav Vovkushevsky returned to his studies and in 1949 graduated from the Leningrad Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture named after Ilya Repin in Victor Oreshnikov studio, together with Ivan Godlevsky, Maria Rudnitskaya, Valery Pimenov, Nikolai Babasuk, Victor Teterin, and other young artists. His graduated work was monumental painting named "Climbers".