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The new Russian Christian worship adopted the Byzantine rite in the Old
Slavonic language. The story (deriving from the 11th-century monk Jacob) that
Vladimir chose the Byzantine rite over the liturgies of German Christendom,
Judaism, and ...
60°26'N, 7°15' E height and drop table 19:638 Vórios Evvoikós Kölpos (Greece);
see Euboea, Gulf of. Vorkuta, city, Komi Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic,
northwestern Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic, on the Vorkuta River.
17 Bashkir A.S.S.R. Bashkir State University Ufa 1957 Bashkir, Russian, Tatar
Belorussian S.S.R. Belorussian V.I. Lenin State University Minsk 1920
Belorussian c. 6,500 - - - - - - Gomel State University Gomel 1970 - - - • -
Dagestan A.S.S.R. ...
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