Anitschkow, Nikolai

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Anitschkow,

(Anichkov), Nikolai, Russian pathologist, 1885-1964.
Anitschkow cell - a large mononuclear cell found in connective tissue of the heart wall in inflammatory conditions. Synonym(s): Anitschkow myocyte; cardiac histiocyte
Anitschkow myocyte - Synonym(s): Anitschkow cell
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Petersburg landmark, "The Anichkov Bridge" ($7,000-9,000), by Nicolai Semenovich Samokich (1860-1944).
Mr McCarthy explained that the revolutionary government seized the egg from the Anichkov Palace, Marie Feodorovna's residence in St Petersburg, and spirited it by night train to the Kremlin for safekeeping.
The Winter Palace is the most famous of St Petersburg's palaces, and forms part of the State Hermitage Museum, but other palaces worth a visit are Anichkov Palace, the Marble Palace, Stroganov Palace, Mikhailovskiy Palace, and the Palace of Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich.
V Split, Venus Triumph, Morning Air, Al Salam II and Anichkov Bridge are currently occupying berths to load/offload containers, cement, wheat, urea, project cargo, chemicals, diesel oil and edible oil respectively during last 24 hours.
V Split and Anichkov Bridge are currently occupying berths to load/offload containers, cement, wheat, urea and edible oil respectively during last 24 hours.
Authors discuss his influence on Bayles, La Mettrie, Diderot, Helvetius, Anichkov, Hume, Priestly and Adam Smith.
Asi, el movimiento ilustrado, antes apoyado por el Zar, y ahora encabezado por personalidades como Dmitry Anichkov (1733-1788), Pafnuty Baturin (1740-1803), Semyon Desnitsky (1740-1789) y Yakov Kozlesky (1728-1794), se trasformo en explicitamente anti-clerical y anti-religioso.
Sandwiched between the ballet class and the performance was another function to which tourists do not normally have access: a children's party in an unlikely setting, the Anichkov Palace.
Writing in 1906, a prominent critic and scholar, Evgenii Anichkov, concluded that Russians were experiencing "not only a revolution but a renaissance as well.
The main agents of cross-cultural mediation wer e translators, publishers, critics and scholars, especially the leader of the Symbolists, the scholar poet Viacheslav Ivanov, and the critic Evgenii Anichkov.
En 1833, con el pretexto de que era la unica posibilidad de que Natalia brillara en los bailes del palacio de Anichkov, el zar nombro a Pushkin gentilhombre de camara, es decir paje, actividad propia de ninos y adolescentes.
Now over sixty, he began to design public and private city parks, among them the picturesque park to the Mikhail Palace (presently the Russian Museum, 1819-25) for Alexander's younger brother Grand Prince Mikhail and that of the Anichkov Palace (1817-20) for the Tsar's other brother, the future Tsar Nicholas, both in collaboration with the Italian architect Carlo Rossi.