SFSR

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AcronymDefinition
SFSRSoviet Federated Socialist Republic
SFSRSelect Frequency Select Rate
SFSRSanta Fe Southern Railway (Santa Fe, NM)
SFSRSan Francisco Samoyed Rescue (San Carlos, CA)
SFSRStructural Family Systems Rating (psychiatry)
SFSRShipfitter, Ship Repair (US Navy)
SFSRScale for Failures in Self-Regulation (psychology)
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Sanctions under Part 1 of the Article 115 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic as of 1960 settled the indicators of "contamination of the other person with a venereal disease by a person, who knew they he/she had a venereal disease", and provided for a punishment as imprisonment for the term for up to 3 years or correctional labour works for the term of up to 1 year.
Sanction of Part 2 of the Article 115 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic as of 1960 settled the signs of "Knowing putting another person under threat of contamination with venereal diseases by sexual relations or other actions" which provided for a punishment as imprisonment for the term for up to 2 years or correctional labour works for the term of up to 1 year, or a fine in the amount of up to one hundred rubbles.
It is worth noting that amnesty did not apply to the persons who were convicted for crimes provided for under Articles 115 and 115.1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic which tells about the strict attitude of the Russian criminal law to the subjects of contamination with venereal diseases [21].
Other actions provided for by Part 1 of the Article 115 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic (Article 121 of the Criminal Code and respective Articles of the Criminal Codes of other Union Republics) may be expressed in violation by the sick person with a venereal disease of hygienic rules of behaviour in the family, in everyday life, at work and so on, which the ill person knowingly puts other persons in danger of contamination with a venereal disease.