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Fi·la·tov

(fē'lah-tof),
Nil F., Russian pediatrician, 1847-1902. See: Filatov disease.

Fi·la·tov

(fē'lah-tof),
Vladimir P., Russian ophthalmologist, 1875-1956. See: Filatov flap, Filatov-Gillies flap.
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The mayor of Dnipro Boris Filatov said that such a decision of the city authorities is a kind of a gift to the Azerbaijanis living in the city.
Yury Filatov said the measure was a principle of diplomacy after Ireland ejected a Russian representative over the Salisbury nerve agent poisoning.
Ahead of the anticipated expulsion announcement, Russia's ambassador to Ireland, Yury Filatov, warned against any action that might "ruin" the relationship between the two countries.
Filatov et al., "Forming dense arrays of gold nanoparticles in thin films of yttria stabilized zirconia by magnetron sputtering," Technical Physics Letters, vol.
"As far as we can see after we processed the first batch, an introduction of the own reloading complex allowed us to cut the customer expenses by 10-15%," Vladimir Filatov, commercial director at NOVOTEK Plus says, "this is preliminary information, more accurate data can be provided after we reload 2000 - 5000 tons.
Abu Dhabi is a recognised cultural centre aACA* along with developing science and industry, the USSR placed great emphasis on fostering the arts, leaving behind a rich cultural heritage," said Andrey Filatov, founder of Art Russe.
Alexei Filatov, another veteran of the Russian security forces, also predicted that terrorists will try to step up their attacks before the Olympics.
Alfa Anti-Terrorism Unit Deputy-Head Alexei Filatov expects more similar attacks.
But Filatov said that the widespread practice of placing metal detectors at the entrance of airports and stations risked causing more casualties: "We are creating this danger ourselves by allowing a place for a crowd to gather." The Investigative Committee said the bomb detonated with a force equivalent to at least 10 kg (22 lb) of TNT.
and international businesses with clients there," said Dmitry Filatov, Fozzy Inc.'s business development director.
Infectious Mononucleosis is also called Pfeiffer's Disease and Filatov's Disease named for two researchers who described the syndrome as an infectious process, the first by Filatov in 1887, and later, independently by Pfeiffer in 1889.
So, it was Moscow, where Gelfand grew and the sponsor was his childhood friend, Russian oil and gas billionaire, Andre Filatov, whose other passion is art.