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The CHTO head said that six million tourists visited Iran in the first nine months of the current Iranian calendar year of 1397 (started on March 21, 2018).
(18) "Rug/Hydrangea" is another conventional name that has attached itself to an untitled work (this time deriving from how the work was discussed in Vvedensky's own circle); scholars also sometimes reference the work by its first line, ' I'm sorry I'm not a beast..." (Mne zhalko chto ia ne zver'...).
TUT.BY, "Chto takoye 'Belyy legion' i pochemu o nem vspomnili seychas?," March 22, 2017,
Posol Estonii v RF oprovergaet informaciu o tom, chto karta respubliky na novyh monetah euro ne sootvetstvuet deistvitelnosti.
Anna Politkovskaia (1958-2006), "J'accuse!" Za chto Carry my own food, in sealed packets.
(13.) Kees Boterbloem, "Chto delat'P World War I in Russian Historiography after Communism," The Journal of Slavic Military Studies 25, 2012, 393-408: 407-8.
In the model the total frequency of lines with the omission of stress on odd S-positions, such as: Chto protekala mezhdu nimi or: Krepit otechestva liubov', is also close to that in the verse: 0.142 and 0.146, respectively.
(36) Prezident Juzhnoi Osetii Ne Somnevaetsja, Chto Respublika Voidot v Sostav RF [The President of South Ossetia Has No Doubt That the Country Will Become a Part of the Russian Federation].
In the biting, absurdist film Partisan Songspiel: A Belgrade Story (2009), the Russian collective Chto Delat, (the name means 'What is to be Done?') address the oppression of Belgrade's Romanies through mime, dance, sculpture and theatre--and, by implication, confront the circumstances of all those who suffer oppression.
The materialities of text are here approached from critical perspectives derived from the concrete experience of publishing, as this pertains to the online archive and conversation platform AAAAARG, the print and digital publications of artist and activist group Chto Delat?, the blog I Cite, and the hybrid print/digital magazines Mute and Neural.
The project rightfully positions newer collectives like Public Movement, Chto Delat?, Voina, and Long March Project alongside legendary (yet still under-recognized) artists such as Suzanne Lacy, Mierle Laderman Ukeles, and NSK (Neue Slowenische Kunst).