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  Vladimir Dal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Vladimir Ivanovich Dal (also: Dahl, Владимир Иванович Даль) (November 10, 1801 – September 22, 1872) was the greatest Russian lexicographer.
In the words of his great admirer, Vladimir Nabokov, Dahl's dictionary is a masterpiece of art rather than a mere work of science.
To mark the 200th anniversary of Vladimir Dal's birthday, UNESCO declared the year 2000 The International Year of Vladimir Dahl.
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Vladimir Dal was born on 10 of November 1801 in the family of the professor of Lugansk iron foundary.
Dal was buried at Vagunsibe cemetery in Moscow.
Vladimir Ivanovich Dal was born in 1801 in Lugansk.
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 Vladimir Dal: biography and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Vladimir Ivanovich Dal (also: Dahl, EHandler: no quick summary.
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The united nations educational, scientific and cultural organization, commonly known as unesco, is a specialized agency of the united nations system established...
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 Russian culture navigator
November 22 marked the 200th birth anniversary of the Russian linguist and ethnographer Vladimir Dal.
The latter owes to the fact that in his youth Dal participated in the construction of a ferry across the river Visla in Poland.
The culmination of events commemorating Dal's bicentennial was the unveiling of his bust at Russia's State Library in Moscow.
www.vor.ru /culture/cultarch194_eng.html   (1229 words)

 Vladimir Ivanovich Dal' Biography / Biography of Vladimir Ivanovich Dal' Literary Biography
Most educated Russians know Vladimir Ivanovich Dal' as the author of the four-volume Tolkovyi slovar' zhivago velikorusskago iazyka (Reasoned Dictionary of the Living Great-Russian Language, 1863-1866) on which Dal' worked for approximately fifty years of his life.
Thus, Dal's main achievement in the estimate of most educated Russians is as a collector of words, proverbs, songs, and fairy tales.
Few know his contribution to Russian dialectology, O narechiiakh russkogo iazyka (On the Dialects of the Russian Language, 1852), and fewer still are familiar with his artistic writing: his artfully transformed fairy tales, Russkiia skazki.
www.bookrags.com /biography-vladimir-ivanovich-dal-dlb   (184 words)

 Melnikova, Katya: Enlightenment Ideology of the 19th century and Forming of the Attitude to Reading the Bible in ...
Brief article by Vladimir Dal in «Russkaja Beseda» (Russian talk) of 1856 where he treated the attention drawn to the problem of peasant literacy in a social politics provoked the debate.
Vladimir Dal was publicly condemned for his opinions and all the critics unanimously called him the adversary of peasant literacy.
Vladimir Dal understands it in another way: literacy and enlightenment should supplement each other and one doesn't make sense without other.
www.anthrobase.com /Txt/M/Melnikova_K_01.htm   (2015 words)

 Sample Chapter
Dal's explanations included so many specific details about different customs, handicrafts, ways of work, and lifestyles somehow connected to the defining word that the Dictionary turned into an ethnographic encyclopedia of the Russian people, the essence of the Russian national character.
Dal was also a talented fiction writer and, in short, an embodiment of the Russian spirit and the personification of Russian originality.
A few years earlier, I edited a biography of Vladimir Dal authored by Vladimir Porudominsky, who portrayed his character as a genius-scholar, an extremely hard worker, an honest and responsible person, and as a great Russian patriot despite his Danish origin.[4] Thus, it happened that I unwillingly added prestige to the blood-libel assertions.
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 List of Russians - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Vladimir Tatlin (1885 - 1953), painter and architect.
Vladimir Nabokov (1899-1977), wrote first in Russian, then in English, author of Lolita
Vladimir Ivanovich Vernadsky, geochemist, creator of the Noosphere theory
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_Russians   (1015 words)

 USATODAY.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Penalties: R Dimaio, Dal (major fighting), 1:35; J Allison, Nas (major fighting), 1:35; P Boucher, Dal (roughing), 14:16; S Young, Dal (obstr hooking), 14:16.
Vladimir Orszagh had two assists for Nashville, which fell to 2-8-0-1 in 11 visits to Dallas.
After Guerin beat Tomas Vokoun with a wrist shot from the right side of the net to open the scoring, Modano put a wrister between the goaltender's pads from the right faceoff circle at 8:45 of the first for a 2-0 lead.
usatoday.com /sports/scores103/103306/20031102NHL--DALLAS----0nr.htm   (1083 words)

 Notes and references - Chapter I - Alexander Kotok, M.D.
During that period he became interested in homeopathy as possible means against malaria which was widely spread in the province, and converted to it.
Vladimir Dal’, who was a doctor himself, defines chakhotka as "an exhausting, fatal disease, usually accompanied by damage of the lungs" V. Dal’, "Slovar’ zhivogo velikorusskogo iazyka" (A Dictionary of the Living Great Russian Language), St. Petersburg, 1880, v.
The paper was signed "Vladimir Lugansky, a retired lieutenant of the navy and medical doctor", yet Dal’ never tried to hide his authorship.
www.homeoint.org /books4/kotok/notechap1.htm   (4718 words)

 The history of homeopathy in the Russian Empire - Alexander Kotok, M.D.
Nevertheless, a year later Dr. Dal’, being instigated to this by "a distinguished doctor" (in Bojanus’ opinion, it was Dr. Seidlitz, whose anti-homeopathic renown by that time had already been well established (see the chapter "Homeopathic facilities"), published the paper "Samuel Hahnemann.
The significance of the conversion to homeopathy of such a prominent figure as was Dr. Dal’, I may compare only with the support provided to homeopathy by Father Ioann of Cronstadt (see the chapter "Homeopathy and the clergy").
The story of Dr. Vladimir von Ditman’s (1842-1904) conversion to homeopathy, entitled "Pochemu ia sdelasia gomeopatom?" (Why I became a homeopath?) was first published as a letter in the journal "Russkaia rech" (Russian Discourse) in 1882; in the same year it was issued as a brochure in St. Petersburg.
www.homeoint.org /books4/kotok/1600.htm   (2292 words)

 Russian language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Among the first to study Russian dialects was Lomonosov in the eighteenth century.
In the nineteenth, Vladimir Dal compiled the first dictionary that included dialectal vocabulary.
Detailed mapping of Russian dialects began at the turn of the twentieth century.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Russian_language   (3285 words)

 Art Gallery : Artwork
More than 44,694 entries, 410,556 underlined words by Dal' in the entries, 2,326,221 words, 3-level search, powerful system of attached references and book marks.
Dal Dictionary provides extremely easy and user-friendly word look-up from the screen and from the keyboard.
You may use the original version of Russian spelling (the XIX century) or its modern version to find a word in the dictionary.
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 The State Hermitage Museum: Hermitage News
One of its major programmes was the organization of a weekly radio connection between the '' Nadezhda '' station (New York) and the Club of Petersburgers at the ''Petersburg'' radio station.
Another important initiative taken by the Club was the erection of memorial plaques, the first of which was dedicated to the outstanding Russian scholar Vladimir Dal who had issued the famous Russian lexicon (''Dictionary of Living Great Russian Language'').
Telling the audience about the visit of the Russian and American Presidents to the State Hermitage Mikhail Piotrovsky said that Vladimir Putin as a native Petersburger would like to be a member of the Club.
www.hermitagemuseum.org /html_En/11/b2003/hm11_2_65.html   (313 words)

 USATODAY.com - Scores   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Vladimir Radmanovic 20, Ray Allen 19, Rashard Lewis 16, Ronald Murray 15, Luke Ridnour 9, Nick Collison 6, Danny Fortson 6, Reggie Evans 4, Vitaly Potapenko 3
Rashard Lewis 12, Danny Fortson 9, Vladimir Radmanovic 9, Nick Collison 4, Vitaly Potapenko 4, Ray Allen 3, Reggie Evans 3, Luke Ridnour 2, Ronald Murray 1
Vladimir Radmanovic led the Sonics with 20 off the bench.
www.usatoday.com /sports/scores105/105357/NBA147744.htm   (930 words)

 Брань на вороту не ...
The major published source of Russian proverbs and sayings is a huge list compiled by the Russian philologist Vladimir Dal’ in the 19
Dal’ divided his collection into broad categories, but basically the following is just a list for browsing, not a research tool.
Yes, we know that some choice expressions are obscene or might offend, and we probably would have trouble putting them on an 'edu' website, so be patient if we can't use a few of your favorites.
www.ic.arizona.edu /ic/atheneum/witandwisdom.html   (1080 words)

 The Courtly Lives - Order of St. Vladimir   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Cross of the Order of St. Vladimir of the First Class.
The Order of St. Vladimir was founded, in 1782, by Catherine II.
The Order of St. Vladimir was second in rank only to the Order of St. Andrew.
www.angelfire.com /mi4/polcrt/OrderStVlad.html   (111 words)

 THE SWORD AND THE DRAGON (1956, Soviet Union)
Ilya sets out on adventures and his wife is again abducted by the Tugars, this time to become the object of desire of Kalin, the evil Tugar leader.
Because of lies told him by the scheming court nobles - who are in league with the Tugars - Prince Vladimir believes Ilya to be a traitor and has him imprisoned in the palace's dungeon.
As the Tugars approach Kiev, Prince Vladimir is convinced of the noblemen's treachery and begs Ilya to defend the city.
www.kiddiematinee.com /s-sworddragon.html   (1361 words)

 Vladimir, facci sognare... - Politica OnLine Forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Sarebbe interessante leggere una risposta da parte di Vladimir...
L’azione legale contro la setta, una delle tante espressioni del neopaganesimo diffuso in Russia, era stata intrapresa dal dipartimento locale del Ministero di giustizia nel marzo 2003.
Il dio pagano del tuono Perun fu sostituito dal profeta Elia che suscitava tempeste.
www.politicaonline.net /forum/showthread.php?t=153281   (3870 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Dal 113, Bos 94 at Dal Dirk Nowitzki (Dal) had 29 points including 10-10 FT and 11 rebounds.
Erick Dampier (Dal) had 16 points on 8-10 FG and 5 turnovers.
Marquis Daniels (Dal, sore right ankle) did not play.
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 Mr. Afanasiev's Naughty Little Secrets: Russkie zavenye skazki   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The history of these tales that could not be printed in Russia until 1991 is most curious, but far from sufficiently studied.
First mention of them dates to 1856, when the ethnographer and lexicographer, Vladimir Dal', wrote Afanasiev about them in conjunction with Dal's transmittal of several thousand folktales that were to serve as the basis for Afanasiev's three volume collection.
In 1908 "Severnye skazki" [Northern tales] appeared, a very large and important collection of tales edited by Onchukov, but with the participation of the linguist A. Shakhmatov, the prose write Mikhail Prishvin, and others.
www.virginia.edu /~slavic/seefa/ZAVETNYE.HTM   (1289 words)

 On The Road
No doubt it’ll be posted up on here at some point in the future.
And there are plenty of things to take pictures of in Cambridge now that the weather seems to be on the up.
I think I need to take up jogging or start going to the gym or something, this is getting ridiculous.
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 Philologica 6 (1999/2000): Sidorov. Two Notes on Pushkin's The Commander (Summary)
The article argues that Pushkin could have found parallels between Kutuzov’s relationship to Barclay-de-Tolly and similar situations, in which General Field Marshal Ivan Fedorovich Paskevich replaced first General Aleksej Petrovich Ermolov and, a few years later, General Field Marshal Ivan Ivanovich Dibich.
Moreover, the concluding formulation, to be found in the poem To the Artist (1836): Here is the initiator, Barclay, and here is the completer, Kutuzov, reflected the experience of Pushkin himself, who happened to “silently yield” his ideas to Vladimir Titov, Vladimir Dal’ and Nikolaj Gogol’.
En passant, some reasons are advanced in favour of the possibility that the changes, which the poet introduced into The Commander when publishing it in The Contemporary, were made for artistic reasons, rather than from considerations of possible censorship.
www.rvb.ru /philologica/06eng/06eng_sidorov.htm   (127 words)

 Find in a Library: Vladimir Ivanovic Dal' as a belletrist.
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 vladimir g deineko - ResearchIndex document query
Diskrete Optimierung Rainer E. Burkard Vladimir G. Deineko Ren'e Van Dal Jack A.a.
A Study of Exponential Neighborhoods for the Travelling..
Projektbereich Diskrete Optimierung Vladimir G. Deineko Rudiger Rudolf Jack A.a.
citeseer.ist.psu.edu /cis?q=Vladimir+G.+Deineko   (212 words)

 Russian culture navigator
THE TREASURES OF VLADIMIR AND SUZDAL (the Golden Map of Russia project at the Tretiakov Gallery)
TRIBUTE TO OLEG DAL (to the 60th anniversary of the actor's birth)
www.vor.ru /culture/cultarch_eng.html   (3771 words)

 The Convex-Hull-and-Line Traveling Salesman Problem: A Solvable Case - Deineko, Van Dal, Rote (ResearchIndex)
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Well-Solvable Special Cases of the TSP: A Survey - Burkard, Deineko, van Dal..
Deineko, R. Van Dal and G. Rote, The convex-hull-and-line traveling salesman problem: a solvable case, Information Processing Letters 51, 1994, 141--148.
citeseer.ist.psu.edu /286488.html   (527 words)

 Explanatory Dictionary of the Russian Language, V.I.Dal on CDROM/sf000151 Author: V.I.Dal ISBN 5864550612 Release date: ...
ssue 1998), Published by: ETS Publishing House More than 44,694 entries, 410,556 underlined words by Dal' in the entries, 2,326,221 words, 3-level search, powerful system of attached references and book marks.
Then buy the CD-ROM version of the classical Dal Dictionary issued by the three leading Russian Publishers: AST, Veche, and ETS.
The CD-ROM Dal Dictionary provides extremely easy and user-friendly word look-up from the screen and from the keyboard.
www.ets.ru /e/sf000151.htm   (442 words)

 New Titles Cataloged. Brown University Library.
Orenburgskii krai v khudozhestvennykh proizvedeniiakh pisatelia / Dal Vladimir Ivanovich ; [sostaviteli A.G. Prokofeva...
A Russian prince in the Soviet state : hunting stories, letters from exile, and military memoirs / Vladimir Sergeevich Trubetskoi ; translated from the Russian and edited by Susanne Fusso
Mashenka ; Podvig : romany / Vladimir Nabokov ; [vstupitelnaia statia Borisa Averina]
dl.lib.brown.edu /newtitles/lcsearch.php?subject=PG   (1200 words)

 UT REENIC: Russia: Language   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Serendipity-Russia (operating the American Home in Vladimir since 1992.
Russian Language ("Gramota.ru") (a reference portal sponsored by the Ministry of Publishing, Television and Radio Broadcasting and Mass Media of the Russian Federation; besides discussions of difficult issues in Russian language and the language policy the site includes search in several Russian dictionaries, including spelling and stress dictionaries)
Rubricon (a reference site featuring fully searchable texts of 35 Russian encyclopedias, most of them free of charge, including Bol'shaia Sovetskaia entsiklopedia, Brockhaus and Efron encyclopedia, Vladimir Dal's dictionary, etc.)
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