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  Kulak: bio and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Tens of thousands of alleged kulaks were summarily executed, property was confiscated to form collective farms, and many families were deported to Siberia (A vast Asian region of Russia; famous for long cold winters) and Soviet Central Asia (additional info and facts about Central Asia).
Often local officials were assigned minimum quotas of kulaks to identify, and were forced to use their discretionary powers to find kulaks wherever they could.
The reported number of kulaks and their relatives who had died in labor colonies from 1932 to 1940 was 389,521.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/k/ku/kulak.htm   (909 words)

 Kulak - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kulaks (Russian: кула́к, kulak, "fist", literally meaning tight-fisted; Ukrainian: курку́ль, kurkul) is a pejorative term extensively used in Soviet political language, originally referring to relatively wealthy peasants in the Russian Empire who owned larger farms and used hired labour, as a result of the Stolypin reform introduced since 1906.
The kulaks were to be liquidated as a class and subject to one of three fates: death sentence, labour settlements (not to be confused with labor camps, although the former were also managed by the GULAG), or deportation "out of regions of total collectivisation of the agriculture".
Tens of thousands of alleged kulaks were summarily executed, property was confiscated to form collective farms, and many families were deported to Siberia and Soviet Central Asia.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Kulak   (1163 words)

 Encyclopedia: Kulak   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
KULAK, “Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Afdeling Kortrijk" (Catholic University of Leuven, Branch of Kortrijk) was the old acronym for the KULCK “Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Campus Kortrijk" (Catholic University of Leuven, campus at Kortrijk).
Kulaks were peasants in Tsarist Russia who owned mid-sized farms as a result of reforms introduced by Peter Stolypin in 1906.
Thousands of kulaks were summarily executed, kulak property was confiscated to form collective farms, and an estimated five million kulaks were deported to Siberia or Central Asia.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Kulak   (457 words)

 Bryce Kulak
While much of Kulak’s vocal education comes from his decade of experience in musical theatre, as a pianist he is classically schooled.
Other ESO performances include Kulak as singer and host in a Symphony Under the Sky concert, and in the role of Mozart in an April 2005 Education concert.
Kulak has also performed as a vocalist with the Kingston Symphony Orchestra in Ontario (in an all-Gershwin program) and the orchestra of the Banff Centre for the Arts.
www.brycekulak.com   (569 words)

 KULAK introduction   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
KULAK is an acronym that the first generation of students gave to the branch campus of the KULeuven.
KULAK, therefore, is the KULeuven in Kortrijk, the heart of a dynamic region at the crossroads of European routes in the south of West Flanders.
KULAK, during the three decades of its existence, has developed into a unique institution within the large Leuven-university community as well as the Flemish-university landscape.
www.kulak.ac.be /general/introduction.html   (298 words)

 Gail Geisinger Kulak, Jacobowitz & Gubits
Kulak is a member of the Orange County Bar Association, the Women’s Bar Association of Orange and Sullivan County and the New York State Bar Association, Real Estate Section.
Kulak's community involvement, she is president of the Board of Education of Temple Sinai, Middletown, New York; past co-president and present member of AMSCO, Auxiliary to Medical Society of Orange County; lifetime member of Hadassah; and past educational chairperson and present co-chairperson of Major Gifts Annual Fund Raiser.
Kulak was formerly an Assistant District Attorney in Bronx County.
www.jacobowitz.com /kulak.htm   (204 words)

 Wikinfo | Kulak
Kulaks (from the Russian kulak, "fist") were peasants in Russian Empire who owned mid-sized farms and used hired labor, as a result of reforms introduced by Peter Stolypin in 1906.
Stalin was furious that as he saw it, the peasants were putting their own welfare before that of the Soviet Union.
Thousands of kulaks were summarily executed, kulak property was confiscated to form collective farms, and an estimated five million kulaks were deported to Siberia and Russian Central Asia.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Kulaks   (362 words)

 Buzz #58
Kulak, who lacks any experience or skills relevant to his position, is one of the chief reasons why property owners find it so incredibly difficult to do business with the city.
Kulak seems to enjoy using his position to deride people seeking approval for their given project.
Kulak, who lacks experience in city planning, architecture or any building trades, was reappointed to the Planning Board this past spring after being nominated by his mentor, Commissioner Dante Lanzetta.
www.bhambuzz.org /58.htm   (4681 words)

 CD Baby: BRYCE KULAK: Welcome
All six tracks are freestanding and original, with music and lyrics by Kulak, and additional instrumental arrangements by other Wunderkinder: Aaron Gervais and members of the String Beans Quartet (Tim Cebuliak, Robin Leicht, Emma Hooper, and Hannah Wensel).
Produced by Matthew Ogle, Jeremy Tusz, and Kulak himself, Welcome is the triumphant product of independent recording gumption; musicians eagerly volunteered to assist with the project, and recording took place on the University of Alberta campus at all hours of the day and night.
Kulak chooses to let us down gently instead of going out with a bang.
www.cdbaby.com /cd/kulak   (1069 words)

 Mane Points - Climate change   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Kulak points out that it's not unknown for a horse to experience a 50-degree temperature change from the start of the trip to the finish.
Kulak currently gets her hay from Alberta, Canada, at a pricey $14 per bale.
Kulak finds that using a product like Triple Crown Chopped Forage works well before, during and after the trip to maintain a consistent feed base.
www.manepoints.com /articles/0203_climate_change.shtml   (1007 words)

 www.myspace.com/kulakmusic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
KULAK has everything to do with 5 dudes collective desire to give birth to a chaotic yet cohesive, cosmic sound.
Kulak is Kris (vox), Tom (vox/guitar), Will (guitar), Russ (bass) and Poncho (drums) shamelessly fusing Funkadelic with the crushingly forceful blues of Led Zeppelin to create something new and exciting.
Kulak set about laying down the most powerful grooves the supreme creator will allow, culminating in a 7-track CD only a year after coming together.
www.myspace.com /kulakmusic   (616 words)

 Fort Saskatchewan Museum - Home
Kulak immigrated to Canada from Galicia, in the old Austrian Empire, in 1890 at the age of 22.
Kulak commenced construction of his log house and it was completed in 1907.
Kulak raised nine children in this house and it remained in use until 1969.
www.fortsaskinfo.com /museum/kulak.htm   (262 words)

 the kulak homepage | comment: the design
the kulak homepage is a personal homepage, and it has existed since 1997.
the current version, where the picture of the sun is placed on top of every single page, is the purest version ever uploaded as the kulak homepage.
to sum it up, the technologies used in the kulak homepage is html, css, javascript, and ssi.
home.no.net /rcfoyn/comment.shtml   (335 words)

 For the record: Conquest's statement before the famine commission (11/02/86)
Lenin had devised, for a Marxist analysis of village life, a division of the peasantry into "kulaks"; "middle peasants"; and "poor peasants" plus a "village proletariat." This implied a "class struggle" in the village which in fact failed to occur, but was thereupon imposed by the representatives of the cities.
The kulak category was broadened by including "sub-kulaks" who were not kulaks even by party definition, except that they shared kulak attitudes.
They looked on the so called kulaks as cattle, swine, loathsome, repulsive; they had no souls; they stank; they all had venereal diseases; they were enemies of the people...
www.ukrweekly.com /Archive/1986/448621.shtml   (2907 words)

 The Kulak, the cancer and the kisan
We learnt at the dharna that most of the Kulaks masquerading as kisans, owned huge acres and were stinking rich.
Since the Kulaks define the grammar of electoral politics in the countryside, governments surrender and bargain at say, Rs 8 a kg.
The Kulaks, by definition, are unlawful elements, the fountainhead of obscurantism, the ones who commit atrocities on Dalits.
www.ambedkar.org /chandrabhan/TheKulak.htm   (787 words)

 Live TV for Music Show Performances Webcasted at Kulak's Woodshed
Kulak’s Woodshed is a no alcohol, volunteer run, donation funded, acoustic music, singer songwriter listening room and multi-camera live video webcasting/recording studio that seats about 50.
Kulak's Woodshed has been working with the City of Los Angeles to obtain our proper operating permit but the process has taken much longer than expected.
Until further notice, you must be a Kulak's Woodshed member to enter.
www.kulakswoodshed.com   (204 words)

 Canadian Slavonic Papers: peasants' kulak: Social identities and moral economy in the Soviet countryside in the 1920s, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Western studies of the postrevolutionary Russian village have long minimized socio-economic division and struggle among peasants.1 The existence of the "kulak" (or rural capitalist) is often downplayed as Stalinist fabrication or treated as little more than a political issue exaggerated by leftist factions in the Communist Party during the power struggles of the 1920s.
By purging the literature of class struggle and the kulak bogey, Western historiography has, in a sense, thrown out the baby with the bath water.
And if the bath water is the kulak, the baby in this case is rural society with all its complexities and nuances.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_qa3763/is_200012/ai_n8909300   (1038 words)

Kulak's Woodshed is a free, independent, not-for-profit, acoustic music, video webcast, singer/songwriter performance venue, broadcasting live and archived over the world wide web, all the time, since 2001.
Kulak's has the most impressive array of cameras outside a major video studio, and a truly amazing vibe that draws performers like bees to honey.
This is a service not normally provided by either Kulak's or Sound Path Labs, and must be reserved and planned before the performance, but the fees for this new service are so low, it's almost embarrassing.
www.drewdaniels.com /KULAKS.html   (297 words)

 Live Internet TV of Acoustic Music Shows at Kulak's Woodshed: About Us
Live Performances at Kulak's Woodshed: Paul Kulak - Creator of Live Online Music at KW So you ask, just what is this Kulak's...
Kulak's Woodshed is a Members Only, Independent, Out of Pocket, Acoustic Music, Singer/Songwriter, Multi-Camera Video Recording Studio and 50 Seat Listening Room.
Performers and their Audience have kept Alive with Donations and Operated by Volunteers Dedicated to the Celebration of Music Just fer the FUN of it...
www.kulakswoodshed.com /about.shtml   (444 words)

 Nicholas Kulak Jr.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Kulak was a logistics manager at Unysis Corp. in Waltham, Mass.
He was involved with the Boy Scouts of America and was a Life Scout, and had received the God and His Country Award medal.
He leaves wife Frances M. (Kallio) Kulak; daughters Melissa Donnelly of Derry, and Roslyn and Eric Walczewski of Ipswich, Mass.; mother Helen (Laputz) Kulak of Auburn, Mass.; and two grandchildren.
www.eagletribune.com /news/stories/20010529/OB_002.htm   (233 words)

 The Mane Points: Easy street   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Marcia Kulak's horses are trained to compete at the international level of three-day eventing.
Feed a higher-quality forage and less concentrate or grain during vacation, Kulak counsels.
Another point Kulak stresses is that good-quality hay reduces the boredom factor of a stalled horse.
www.manepoints.com /articles/articles01/0901easy.shtml   (525 words)

 Kulak rumors and indoctrination   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Kulak authority was based to a great extent on the cultural backwardness, illiteracy, superstition and medieval religious beliefs of the majority of peasants.
Hence, the kulak's most powerful weapon, also the most difficult to confront, was rumor and indoctrination.
Here we see the budding alliance between the kulaks and Bukharin:  the kulaks did not openly oppose Soviet power nor even the kolkhozy: but, the peasants should first be allowed to enrich themselves, and we can always see later about collectivization.
www.plp.org /books/Stalin/node48.html   (274 words)

 The Trentonian - News - 03/04/2003 - Inverso pushes Taylor Kulak bill
Sen. Peter Inverso, R-Hamilton, has written to Assembly Speaker Albio Sires, D-West New York, to request he post the bill, which has come to be known as the Taylor Kulak bill, for a vote.
Seven-year-old Taylor Kulak last year was diagnosed with eosinophilic enteritis, a rare disease that forced her off solid foods.
Kulak’s mother, Audra Anepete, works for the state, but the formula was not covered by her state medical insurance.
www.zwire.com /site/news.cfm?newsid=7250109&BRD=1697&PAG=461&dept_id=44551&rfi=6   (408 words)

 Buffy Kulak Bust From Diamond Select Toys
The assassin, Kulak of the Miquot Clan, was part of the hideous horde of hoodlums that participated in Slayerfest 98 in the Season 3 episode "Homecoming."
Kulak is one of the devilish hunters after Buffy and Cordelia.
As stealthy in his methods as he was deadly with the bone spears that shot from his forearms.
www.hamiltonaction.com /buffy_vampire_slayer/kulakbust_0900407001.htm   (156 words)

 Kevin, Mrs. Kalish, Ken, Kakistos & Kulak Off the Prairie...
What we do know is this: Kumquat, I mean, Kulak, is this knife-in-the-arms sort of guy.
Anyhoo, Kulak catches up to Buffy and Cordy in the cabin and while Buffy is unsuccessful in fending him off with a pair of antlers
When Kulak cuts Buffy, Buffy yells to Cordy to try using the gun, but it's no use...Kulak ends up buying it after the GermanJerks launch a grenade inside the cabin..he tries to jump out of a window, but finds it's boarded up.
www.angelfire.com /la/dingochick/ABCk2.html   (1148 words)

 Kulak's Nursery & Landscaping
New to the garden center industry in 2002, Kulak's is owned and operated by John and Karen Kulak.
From grading to hydro-seeding, designing to installation, Kulak Landscaping uses only the finest hand-selected materials to landscape your home or project.
Today, Kulak's Nursery and Landscaping is your friendly neighborhood garden center and landscape company serving the capital district in upstate New York.
www.kulaksnursery.com   (308 words)

 Cool Running :: Grand Slam Record Breaker Joe Kulak and US 100-Mile Champ Connie Gardner Named Ultrarunners of the Year
Joe Kulak - (35, Colo.) Kulak completed six 100-mile trail races throughout the country from June through September shattering ultra legend Marshall Ulrich's 14-year old record for the "Last Great Race Series" by 14 hours.
Finishing no less than sixth place in each of these races, Kulak won the Old Dominion 100 in Virginia in June and the Vermont 100 in July.
For these outstanding performances, Kulak is honored with the Ted Corbitt Award.
www.coolrunning.com /engine/3/3_1/1546.shtml   (752 words)

 The Black Hills Pioneer, Newspapers, South Dakota, SD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
One day earlier, sophomore outfielder Kulak, who is hitting.320 (8-for-25), played a key role in a 5-4 win over Quinnipiac (2-5) in the 2000 home opener.
Skeffington stole third and eventually scored, while Kulak scored from third on a sacrifice fly by O’Connell, putting the Minutemen up by one.
In the bottom of the ninth, Kulak bunted two teammates into scoring position.
www.zwire.com /site/news.cfm?BRD=1300&dept_id=156923&newsid=149160   (218 words)

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