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Measure for measure

...for instance, the converter at http://www.mplik.ru/(tilde)sg/transl/, the product of a grad student in Ekaterinburg, Russia. All you need is a number you want translated and a browser that speaks JavaScript. The site will instantly convert...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/05/03/tec_207699.shtml
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Sisler: How much would you bid for a child of God?

...thickest bureaucracies in the world, trying desperately to adopt a little boy named Rustam. Rustam lives in an orphanage in Ekaterinburg, Russia. He was born with only one foot and "walks" on his knees. All Lorraine has seen is one photograph of Rustam...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/12/11/op_277345.shtml
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Column: Compelling images of Christmas in Russia

...and almost no "extras," they have the essentials -- warm housing, nourishing food and quality supervision. However in Ekaterinburg, in the Ural Mountains, where part of the team spent four days, hunger is held off only by bowls of kasha (rice porridge...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/01/30/op_251803.shtml
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Sisler: Finally always seems to arrive right on time

...from Samara, Russia, the "Jewel of the Volga," and two hours from Ekaterinburg, the closest city in western Siberia. Last September, Detski Dom 3 in Ekaterinburg and Detski Dom 1 in Samara each received a six-month supply of children's...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/04/29/op_289568.shtml
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Germ warfare's history very long, very deadly

...resulted in environmental contamination as well. An accident in 1979 at a Soviet biological warfare plant in Sverdlovsk (Ekaterinburg), released anthrax that killed at least 68 people who lived downwind. A 1972 treaty, ratified by 143 countries, banned...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/11/03/tec_323840.shtml
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Fighting wrong battles in a starving world

...full stomach. I WOULD LIKE to introduce these campaigners to Katya, a 3-year-old girl who lives in an orphanage in Ekaterinburg, Russia. Katya was abandoned (the Russian word literally means "thrown away") by her parents in early January. When...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/04/10/op_258688.shtml
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