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Ka·shin

(kah'shin),
Nikolai I., Russian orthopedist, 1825-1872. See: Kashin-Bek disease.
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Levin had, moreover, to transact in Kashin some extremely important business relating to the wardship of land and to the receiving of certain redemption money for his sister, who was abroad.
Levin had been six days in Kashin, visiting the assembly each day, and busily engaged about his sister's business, which still dragged on.
Geneva, Jumada II 24, 1439, March 12, 2018, SPA -- The United Nations Fact-Finding Mission on Violations against the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar confirmed serious, systematic and widespread violations in the states of Rakhine, Kashin and Shan, reaching international crimes, and demanded that the Myanmar authorities cease to deny such violations and allow the Mission to enter the country to carry out its mission.
Oleg Kashin | NYT Syndicate AT the beginning of August, five members of a gang accused of murdering 17 people during robberies on highways around the Moscow area were facing trial at Moscow Regional Court.
Vasily Kashin, a senior fellow at the Institute of Far Eastern Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, said that the security cooperation among SCO member states is quite fruitful.
China's near doubling of weapons exports has helped the nation establish a newfound instrument for developing crucial political relationships around the world, according to military analyst Vassily Kashin.
Even a public promise of manual control by Dmitry Medvedev, the president at the time, didn't help convict the ultimate culprits, believed to be working for Andrei Turchak, a regional governor whom Kashin had offended in a blog post).
14) Beverlie Dietze and Diane Kashin, Playing and Learning (Canada: Pearson Education, 2011)
Growing recognition of the use of technology and social media in early childhood contexts can be considered an opportunity for connection through conversations and sharing of technologies between teachers, families and pre-service teachers (Dietze & Kashin, 2013).
Sharing such highly sensitive information as missile launch warning systems and ballistic missile defense that "indicates something beyond simple cooperation," according to Vasily Kashin.
Russia's desire to use the base was "linked to the increase in intensity of military activity in the Aleppo area," said Vasily Kashin, an analyst with the Center for Analysis and Technologies in Moscow.