Definition of Oblasts
1. Noun. (plural of oblast) ¹
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Definition of Oblasts
1. oblast [n] - See also: oblast
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Literary usage of Oblasts
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1. Russia, Ukraine, and the Breakup of the Soviet Union by Roman Szporluk (2000)
"West Belorussia was organized after the war into five oblasts: Brest, Grodno, ... By 1948 all oblasts in the west had a double edition, one Russian, ..."
2. Through Siberia by Henry Lansdell (1882)
"Each of these is divided into " governments " and "oblasts. ... The word " oblasts ° is sometimes translated " territories"; their relation to ..."
3. Through Siberia by Henry Lansdell (1882)
"Each of these is divided into " governments " and "oblasts. ... The word " oblasts " is sometimes translated " territories"; their relation to ..."
4. The Investment Environment in the Russian Federation: Laws, Policies and by Oecd (2001)
"In addition, many oblasts, krais and autonomous okrugs also negotiated special privileges sanctioned by treaty. Forty-six of the eighty-nine Subjects of the ..."
5. Russia's 1996 Presidential Election: The End of Polarized Politics by Michael McFaul (1997)
"Yeltsin's percentage share in several republics and a few oblasts was below expectations (see table 5).3 The Yeltsin campaign team did not worry about the ..."
6. Dilemmas of Independence: Ukraine After Totalitarianism by Alexander J. Motyl (1993)
"The problem with these figures, however, is that most urban residents of the central, eastern, and southern oblasts of Ukraine speak Russian at work and in ..."
7. The Modern Uzbeks: From the Fourteenth Century to the Present : a Cultural by Edward Allworth (1990)
"There were, however, about 6000 schools occupied in old method instruction in the four oblasts of Turkistan compared with ..."
8. Trade Policies in Russia: The Role of Local and Regional Governments by (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope, Oecd, OECD Staff, SourceOECD (Online service) (2003)
"... oblasts; Tuva, Jewish Autonomous Republic High Belgorod, Orenburg, and Rostov oblasts; Stavropol krai; Kabardino-Balkariya Subsidising the Economy ..."