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Vladimir Semenovich Vysotsky

In 1980, the entire Soviet Union mourned the death of a popular favorite, Vladimir Vysotsky. Then it seemed inconceivable that in a couple of decades the general interest in the personality of this unique person would sharply decline. It's just that society has received other values. Vysotsky's genius will not allow his work to plunge into oblivion, but after the descent of the frenzied excitement, it becomes possible to calmly and qualitatively evaluate his activities and life.
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Semyon

The meaning of the name Semen in translation from Hebrew means & 34; heard by God in prayer & 34; Personality Semen inherits from the mother appearance, some character traits, gentleness, kindness. Semyon is a good friend, always ready to help in word and deed. Semyon is talented, gifted, has willpower. Semyon always achieves success in life.
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The youngest generals

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The most unusual rides

It turns out that rides help visitors not only have fun, but also gain confidence. Most of those surveyed have generally fond memories of their childhood, with the happy adults claiming that their brightest memories are not related to family vacations, but to exciting attractions.
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Hydronephrosis

Hydronephrosis of the kidney is a hydronephrotic transformation of the kidney. The disease is an expansion of the renal pelvis system (which combines several renal cups that open into the renal pelvis) of the organ. Hydronephrosis in its initial stage leads to a slight increase in pressure in the renal pelvic system, but as the disease develops, the pressure increases and, ultimately leads to an effect on the entire organ and damage to the kidney tissue.
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Feng Shui

Feng Shui (translated from Chinese & 34; wind-water & 34;) examines the relationship between man and his environment and the impact of the environment on man. This influence is divided into two categories: a tangible physical environment and intangible, invisible forces, which, according to ancient Chinese tradition, are associated with different directions.
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