Parnas


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(pahr'nas),
Jakob Karol, Polish physiologic chemist, 1884-1955. See: Embden-Meyerhof-Parnas pathway.
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Petersburgers are encouraged to potestit new app on, for example, such routes as Ligovsky Prospekt - Pulkovo, Moscow Railway Station - Mega Parnas, Specific Park - Hermitage, Kupchino - Ladoga Railway Station.
They could include one of the West's favourites, the former finance minister Aleksei Kudrin, who has remained on the fringe of Putin's circle, and a former prime minister, Mikhail Kasyanov, who has not, and now leads a minor political party, Parnas.
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L'opposition est en deroute comme l'atteste le resultat des liberaux de Parnas recueillant un symbolique 0,66% et les sociaux-democrates du Laboko aux ambitions limitees.
But Mikhail Kasyanov, leader of the PARNAS party and Putin critic, was attacked in a restaurant by two men with cream pies and a sex tape was leaked to embarrass him.
PARNAS, together with the traditionally liberal Yabloko party, is one of the two political forces that experts consider to be true opposition parties.
Sophie Atsbehai-Negai from Russia has won the "Jazz Parnas," "Ad Libitum Competition," and "J&M Voices.
But Vladimir Kara-Murza, deputy chairman of Parnas, a party Nemtsov co-chaired until his death, suggested the Russian president was blocking a complete investigation.
I assess Kadyrov's move as incitement to murder a state or civil society leader," Kasyanov, who is chairman of the opposition PARNAS party, told the Ekho Moskvy radio station.
The restaurants will be featuring a special South Korean menu created by three guest chefs from Grand InterContinental Seoul Parnas and InterContinental Seoul COEX in Korea.
Other articles discussed fines for those refusing to serve as parnas, an office equivalent to that of today's congregational president and gave the parnas instructions to dispatch any poor Jew arriving in New York "to sum othere place as soon as Possible assisting them with necessarys, for their Voyage.