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A. M., 20th-century U.S. geneticist. See: Maxim-Gilbert sequencing.
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Maxim Gorky, born Alexander Maksimovich Peshkov (1868-1936), has been canonized as the founder of Russian Socialist Realism.
Bishkek police department said in a statement that an unauthorized rally took place at 12:40, and the crowd defied demands to go to Gorky Square or stop rallying.
Moscow [Russia], Jan 1 ( ANI ): Around 13 people were injured in Moscow's Gorky Park when a pedestrian bridge collapsed just a few minutes after midnight on Monday.
Gorky began the third period of Russian (and now Soviet) literature, if we consider Pushkin the first period and the entire large, post-Pushkinian group of writers the second.
The recent landscape-themed show at Hauser & Wirth, with work from 1943 to 1947, presented a scruffier Gorky. There were paintings that seemed unfinished and works on paper with a messy, unkempt character.
and the officials in Moscow would not issue a travel visa to Gorky. So Ziebell took the chance to be driven 250 miles to Gorky without a visa.
Someone who was not really a supporter of revolution could come to him and, after talking to him, Gorky could immediately agree with that person completely.
Over the next decade, Gorky's became regarded as one of the most original and unique bands in the history of Welsh music.
The new museum's location in Gorky Park is of central importance.
If you love to rock then rock you will on Wednesday in Limassol during the Rock Summer Fest when the lead guitarist of Guns N' Roses -- Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal -- and legendary Russian Rock band Gorky Park will be coming at us like a bat out of hell.
One of David-Fox's best chapters concerns Maxim Gorky's 1928 return to Soviet Russia after seven years abroad.