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Examples of "starodubtsev"
Starodubtsev was a member of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation.
Yevgeni Igorevich Starodubtsev (; born 15 April 1996) is a Russian football player.
Starodubtsev was a member of the Federation Council of Russia (1993–96; also in 1997–2001 as a region governor) and of the State Duma (2007–11).
It has been count various times; 2n=28, Simonet, 1928; 2n=26,28 Lee, 1970; 2n=28, Starodubtsev & Mironova, 1990; 2n=28, Huang, S.-f. & Zhao, 1995.
Samples taken during the 2012 Olympics were retested in 2016. On October 27, 2016 it was announced that Starodubtsev tested positive for dehydrochlormethyltestosterone (turinabol) and his results from the 2012 Olympics were disqualified.
It has been counted several times; 2n=20 (Longley 1928). 2n=34 (Probatova 1988), 2n=14 (Zakharjeva 1990), 2n=14 (Starodubtsev & Mironova 1990) and 2n=28 (Sha et al., 1995).
Vasily Alexandrovich Starodubtsev () (December 25, 1931 in Volovchik village, Lipetsk Oblast – December 30, 2011 in Novomoskovsk, Tula Oblast) was a Soviet/Russian politician and governor of Tula Oblast from 1997 to 2005. He was also one of the GKChP members during the 1991 Soviet coup d'état attempt and was a leader of the Agrarian Party of Russia.
"A Word to the People" (Russian: «Слово к народу») was an open letter signed by a number of Soviet politicians, literati and other figures. The declaration was published in "Sovetskaya Rossiya" (a newspaper that expressed anti-perestroika views) on 23 July 1991. Among signatories of the publication were Yuri Bondarev, Valentin Varennikov, Gennady Zyuganov, Alexander Prokhanov, Valentin Rasputin, and Vasily Starodubtsev.
Dmitry Andreevich Starodubtsev (); born 3 January 1986 in Chelyabinsk) is a Russian pole vaulter. He has a personal best of 5.90 m and was a finalist at the 2008 Summer Olympics, the 2011 World Championships in Athletics and the 2012 Summer Olympics. He has won medals at world youth and junior levels and was third at the Summer Universiade in 2007.
Gorbachev and the GKChP delegation flew to Moscow, where Kryuchkov, Yazov, and Tizyakov were arrested upon arrival in the early hours of 22 August. Pugo committed suicide along with his wife the next day. Pavlov, Vasily Starodubtsev, Baklanov, Boldin, and Shenin would be in custody within the next 48 hours.
Starodubtsev graduated from Voronezh Agricultural Institute and All-USSR Correspondence Agricultural Institute. For many years he was a chairman of kolkhoz in Novomoskovsk district. Among his awards were Hero of Socialist Labour title, three Orders of Lenin, USSR State Prize, Order of the October Revolution, Order of the Badge of Honour. He had Candidate of Sciences degree in agriculture and was a corresponding member of VASKhNIL.
Prior to his senior debut, Starodubtsev had much success at competitions in the younger age categories. At the 2003 World Youth Championships in Athletics he cleared a personal best of 5.10 m to take the silver medal behind Argentina's Germán Chiaraviglio. He then went on to claim consecutive gold medals at the 2004 World Junior Championships in Athletics and the 2005 European Athletics Junior Championships.
Aimo Pagin is a French pianist, born in 1983. He trained under Rena Shereshevskaya (Strasbourg Conservatory), Dominique Merlet (Geneve Conservatory) and Leon Fleisher (Peabody Institute). Pagin was prized at the 2005 Enescu Competition, and subsequently won the XI Premio Pianistico di Napoli. He has also been prized at the 2007 Cidade de Ferrol (2nd to Evgeny Starodubtsev) and Campillos (3rd prize) international competitions, both in Spain.
The party was founded by the Head of the Altai Republic Mikhail Lapshin and Governor of the Tula region, a former member of the State Committee on the State of Emergency of the USSR Vasily Starodubtsev. During their leadership the party was in Alliance with the Communist Party of the Russian Federation (CPRF) and block the Fatherland – All Russia. The ideology of the party until 2008 was agrarian socialism and collectivism.
On 27 October 2016 the IOC disqualified a further eight athletes for failing doping tests at the games. This included four medal winners in weightlifting: Zulfiya Chinshanlo, Maiya Maneza and Svetlana Podobedova, all from Kazakhstan, and Maryna Shkermankova of Belarus. The others were hammer thrower Kirill Ikonnikov of Russia, women’s 69 kg weightlifter Dzina Sazanavets of Belarus, pole vaulter Dmitry Starodubtsev of Russia, and men’s +105 kg weightlifter Yauheni Zharnasek of Belarus.
According to V. Bondarenko, it was Alexander Prokhanov who wrote the text of the publication. Three of the signatories (Valentin Varennikov, , and Vasily Starodubtsev) later joined the State Committee on the State of Emergency in the 1991 August Coup attempt against Gorbachev. In his memoirs, Alexander Nikolaevich Yakovlev, a founder of perestroika and former head of the propaganda department of the Communist Party, regarded the letter as "demagogic", a volume of "rabid passages and at the same time desperate sighs of the soul", and "a vulgar work".
The persons arrested in connection with of the August Coup were released from prison in 1992, and the charges were lifted under amnesty by the State Duma on February 23, 1994. Vasily Starodubtsev was the Governor of Tula Oblast in 1997-2005, Anatoly Lukyanov was a deputy of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation in the State Duma in 1993-2003, Valentin Varennikov has been a deputy in the State Duma since 1995 (Communist Party of the Russian Federation, Rodina), the latter two were heads of parliamentary committees.
On 23 January 2012, it was announced that Teleš had signed a one-year contract with JK Nõmme Kalju. He made the league debut for the club on 10 March 2012, in a goalless draw against city rivals FC Levadia Tallinn. In September 2012, he signed a new contract until the end of 2014 season. Teleš was one of three players to play every single minute of the 2012 league season, others being teammate Ken Kallaste and JK Sillamäe Kalev goalkeeper Mihhail Starodubtsev. He repeated the feat in the next season.
It was Prokhanov who, in July 1991, wrote the text of "A Word to the People", a political open letter subsequently signed by Gennady Zyuganov, Vasily Starodubtsev, Igor Shafarevich, Valentin Rasputin, Valentin Varenikov, and Eduard Volodin among others. The document calling for the formation of a united "patriotic front" was seen, in retrospect, as an ideological platform for the failed August coup d'etat attempt. The publication of the manifest brought about the rift between Prokhanov and General Alexander Rutskoy (whom he once helped to be rescued from captivity in Afghanistan and later backed his election campaign). The latter, speaking on Russian TV, promised his former friend "ten years in jail."
Starodubtsev won another Russian indoor title in 2011, but was knocked out in the preliminaries of the European Indoor Championships. He was the runner-up at the Russian outdoor championships with a vault of 5.72 m and gained selection for the 2011 World Championships in Athletics. In his second senior global final, he finished in twelfth place. At the end of 2011 he showed the results of his improved physical conditioning with two clearances of 5.90 m in Chelyabinsk – a mark which raised him into the top twenty pole vaulters of all time.