Synonyms for rudyk or Related words with rudyk

naumik              pasichnyk              kudinov              lavrentieva              dyatchin              sinicyn              shchedov              dmytrenko              lemaev              shepel              ignatenko              bychenko              anikeev              matviychuk              voiko              komornikov              polishchuk              klimenko              selevko              detkov              liubchenko              kocherzhenko              prigoda              tchepikov              shtyl              porkhomovskiy              szczurek              zurav              omeltchenko              kovshov              krivov              letnicov              danilchenko              bekh              chernobay              hulitski              kruglyakov              mikalai              dymchenko              yakovich              zavadsky              kuksenkov              babikov              dologodin              karaliuk              trachuk              khimich              shturbabin              naumkin              sinkevich             



Examples of "rudyk"
Dmytro Rudyk (; born 26 August 1992 in Oleksandriya, Kirovohrad Oblast, Ukraine), is a professional Ukrainian football goalkeeper who plays for FC Oleksandriya in the Ukrainian Premier League.
Julia Lavrentieva (; born 11 June 1997) is a Ukrainian pair skater. With partner Yuri Rudyk, she is a three-time Ukrainian national champion (2011–2012, 2014) and placed 11th at the 2013 European Championships.
Yuri Rudyk (; born 11 November 1991) is a Ukrainian pair skater. With partner Julia Lavrentieva, he is a three-time Ukrainian national champion (2011–2012, 2014) and placed 11th at the 2013 European Championships.
Ewido networks was founded in Germany in 2004 by Andreas Rudyk, Peter Klapprodt and Tobias Graf. Their first product was Ewido Security Suite. Ewido was given Digital River's ICE award for "Best newcomer of the year".
After the murder of Metropolitan Alexy, the church was led by Archbishop Panteleymon (Rudyk) and the relationship with the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church remained tense throughout 1943–44, by which time the Red Army offensive pushed the German invaders out of Ukraine.
From an early age, in Europe, Alexander served under Bishop Panteleimon (Rudyk), and then Athanassiy (Martos). Bishop Athanassiy had a large library of holy books, which the young Alexander loved to read. Alexander, who desired to read "The Lives of the Saints" in the original, first studied the modern Greek language and later ancient Greek.
The Metropolitan of Warsaw, Stefan (Stepan Rudyk), initiated subsequent repair work. Selected in 1966, by the Repair Committee, Fr. Semeniuk returned the following year for public funds. The communist authorities granted a million złotys for this purpose, but against the enormity of losses inside the building in the absence of regular maintenance, the Committee also looked for other sources of support, including from abroad. The poor state of the frescoes made the Arts and Theological Commission, cooperating with the Committee, consider completely new decorative painting. This did not occur.
In February 2013, Talan teamed up with Elizaveta Usmantseva, whom he had coached earlier. Usmantseva/Talan made their debut late in the 2012–13 season, at the 2013 Coupe du Printemps. In September 2013, they finished eighth at the 2013 Nebelhorn Trophy, the last qualifying event for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Their result gave Ukraine a spot in the Olympic pairs' event but it was assigned to Julia Lavrentieva / Yuri Rudyk. They turned down a test skate for the 2014 World Championships in order to treat Usmantseva's spinal disc herniation.
From his youth, Kapral felt drawn to the Church, and loved to read books and periodicals on religion and morals. From a young age, around 6 or 7, he knew that he wanted to become a priest. He went to Holy Trinity Church in Spirit River, part of ROCOR and composed of ethnic Ukrainians. Services were held monthly or bi-monthly, and often Archbishop Panteleimon (Rudyk) would celebrate these services. Archbishop Panteleimon was revered by Igor, and he was told by Panteleimon that "someday you will be a priest".
Hall Avenue is a neighborhood centered on Hall Avenue east of the NJ Transit train tracks. The street itself, Hall Avenue, is no longer the commercial strip it once wase. Still, although the street has few pedestrians, it is not deserted. In addition, there is a recently built strip mall on the corner of Hall Avenue and State Street called the "Firehouse Plaza." There is also the special "Banco Popular" a branch of the bank headquartered in Puerto Rico. However, Hall Avenue is now primarily residential. Most of the homes are aging apartments, but there are also some newly constructed homes. Hall Avenue remains a traditional Puerto Rican neighborhood, and it hosts the city's annual Puerto Rican Day Festival, which is held on the same day of the historic Puerto Rican Day Parade in New York City. Rudyk Park is north of Route 440 and features the Roberto Clemente Baseball Field and an industrial park.
Hall Avenue is a neighborhood centered on Hall Avenue east of the New Jersey Transit train tracks. The street, Hall Avenue, itself is not the commercial strip it used to be. Still, although the street has a few pedestrians, it is not deserted. In addition, there is a recently built strip mall on the corner of Hall Avenue and State Street called the "Firehouse Plaza." However, Hall Avenue is now primarily residential. Most of the homes are aging apartments but there are also some newly constructed homes. Hall Avenue also remains the traditional Puerto Rican neighborhood and it hosts the city's annual Puerto Rican Day Festival, which is held on the same day of the historic Puerto Rican Day Parade in New York City. North of Route 440 in the neighborhood is Rudyk Park which features the Roberto Clemente baseball field and an industrial park.