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A customary unit of area approximately equivalent to 16.86 square meters. It is used in real estate transactions in some parts of Pakistan.
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It strikes me you take Aglaya Ivanovna for some conventional boarding-school girl.
Did you come to me without your governess, Aglaya Ivanovna? Oh, fie, now shall I just tell you why you came here today?
Vera Ivanovna's house adjoins the Spartak Zelenogorsk stadium, rebuilt to accommodate England's squad as they prepare for group games against Tunisia, Panama and Belgium.
Riyadh, Rajab 18, 1438, Apr 15, 2017, SPA -- Valentina Ivanovna Matviyenko, speaker of the federal assembly (senate) of the Russian republic arrived this evening in Riyadh on an official visit to the Kingdom at an invitation of Sheikh Dr.
Amman, October 5 (Petra) -- His Majesty King Abdullah II, on Monday, met with Chairwoman of the Russian Federation Council, Valentina Ivanovna Matviyenko, and discussed with her Jordanian-Russian ties and ways to cement the two-way economic cooperation.
Amid rising Russian nationalism after Moscow' annexation of Crimea, Putin made the comments while responding to an audience member's suggestion of annexing Alaska during the televised national phone-in, asking, 'Faina Ivanovna, my dear, why do you want Alaska?'
The ice palace of Empress Anna Ivanovna was built in St Petersburg, Russia, in 1740.
Alexandrina Larissa Ivanovna, born in 1951, Muscovite 3.
The first stop on his European journey was at Sofia, Bulgaria, where Florovsky spent his two year stay tutoring the young children of the Russian diplomatic representative in Sofia, editing and proof-reading for the Russian-Bulgarian Publishing House, participating in the activities of the Russian Religious-Philosophical Society, and engaging in an elite discussion circle, which later gave birth to the so-called "Eurasian Movement." It was in Sofia that Florovsky completed his dissertation on Alexander Herzen, and met briefly Xenia Ivanovna Simonov, who was en route to Prague, and who would later become his wife.