Synonyms for sinkevich or Related words with sinkevich

bychenko              lemaev              starodubtsev              sivakov              naumkin              porkhomovskiy              krivov              selevko              komornikov              dmytrenko              kokorev              kuksenkov              abramenko              miloserdov              dementyev              mikalai              lyalko              kudinov              karaliuk              shchedov              ogorodnikov              danilchenko              fedorovtsev              pozdnyakov              krasilnikova              zubkovdmitry              bazarevich              shepel              kriukov              adistia              prigoda              almoukov              rudyk              klimenko              shyrshov              vitalyevich              borisovdenis              kapralov              oleksii              kovalevivan              bychenok              lobkov              matviychuk              shtyl              iurii              mokrousov              zurav              sychov              pedan              kislykh             



Examples of "sinkevich"
“Four Poems by Valentina Sinkevich” in Valentina Sinkevich, The Coming of Day (bilingual edition), Philadelphia: Crossroads, 1978, 13, 17, 21, 24.
Dmitri Vladimirovich Sinkevich (; born July 7, 1990) is a Russian football midfielder who last played for FC Energiya Volzhsky.
Conductors she has worked with include Lord Yehudi Menuhin, Valery Gergiev, Vladimir Fedoseev, José Collado, Anton Guadagno, Tugan Sokhiev, Jacek Kaspszyk, Alexander Sladkovski, Roberto Paternostro, Mikhail Sinkevich, Miquel Ortega, Ewa Michnik etc.
Viatcheslav Sinkevich is a Russian swimmer. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, he competed in the Men's 200 metre breaststroke, finishing in 9th place overall in the heats, qualifying for the semi final, but failing to reach the final.
He performs concerts in Russia and abroad. He cooperates with many orchestras and conductors, including Fuat Mansurov, Ravil Martynov, Alexander Kantorov, Mikhail Sinkevich, Dmitry Hokhlov, Fabio Mastranzhelo, Sergey Stadler, Alexander Sladkovsky and Rustem Abyazov.
Alexei Sinkevich (; Łacinka: "Aliaksiej Sinkievič"; born ) is a Belarusian male artistic gymnast, representing his nation at international competitions. He participated at the 1996 Summer Olympics and 2000 Summer Olympics. He won the bronze medal in the parallel bars event at the 2002 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Debrecen, Hungary.
Olga Elagin and her husband defected together from the Soviet Union to the West in 1943. Their works were published side by side in the poetry anthology entitled "Berega: Stikhi Poetov Vtoroi Emigratsii" (Shores: Poetry of the Second Emigration) by Valentina Sinkevich, the first ever collection of works by the second wave of Jewish emigration from the Soviet Union. They divorced in 1950. She remarried, but divorced again. Olga Elagin died in New York City at the age of 73.
The 1906 Bolshevik raid on the "Tsarevich Giorgi" took place on September 20, 1906 (Julian calendar) when "Tsarevich Giorgi", 2,200 ton steamship measuring 285 feet led by captain Sinkevich, was travelling from Odessa to Batum carrying vast amounts of money. The ship stopped off at Novorossiysk, Sukhum and New Athos for wage deliveries. Twenty-five Bolshevik gunmen led by Joseph Stalin slipped aboard armed with Mausers and grenades. At 1:15 am they and four renegade sailors took over the ship.
Elagin and his wife Olga left the Soviet Union to the West with reptreating German army in 1943. Their works were published side by side in the poetry anthology entitled "Berega: Stikhi Poetov Vtoroi Emigratsii" (Shores: Poetry of the Second Emigration) by Valentina Sinkevich, the first ever collection of works by the second wave of Jewish emigration from the Soviet Union. They divorced in New York in 1950. Elagin became professor in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures at the University of Pittsburgh; a post held until his death from cancer in 1987.
Once in the United States, Metropolitan Anastasius took up residence at the New Kursk-Root Hermitage in Mahopac, New York. Metropolitan Anastasius' tenure saw the blossoming of ROCOR in North America with the opening of about 100 new parishes and the consecration six new bishops: Anthony (Sinkevich) of Los Angeles, Averky (Taushev) of Syracuse and Holy Trinity, Sava (Rayevsky) of Sydney, Anthony (Medvedev) of San Francisco, Sava (Sarachevich) of Edmonton, and Nectarius (Kontzevich) of Seattle. Every summer, starting in 1951, Metropolitan Anastasy would undertake a trip across the United States to California, where he would spend a significant part of the summer in San Francisco. There, at his initiative, the Synod established the parish of All Saints of Russia in Burlingame, California.