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- their womb. Furthermore Matryoshka dolls are used to illustrate the unity of body, soul, mind, heart and spirit. Matryoshkas are also used metaphorically...
- computer systems. This concept derives its name from the nesting Russian Matryoshka dolls. The concept was deplo**** by its inventor, Robert Bradbury, in the...
- Matryoshka Radio London is an independent commercial music radio station. On air 24/7, Matryoshka Radio London is the first Russian language radio station...
- same time the album was released, group started a new tour, also named "Matryoshka". During it the group have visited all big cities of Russia and Ukraine...
- "Matroska" is derived from Matryoshka (Russian: матрёшка [mɐˈtrʲɵʂkə]), which refers to the hollow, wooden, Russian matryoshka doll, that opens to expose...
- continues to be honored, especially the Banner of Victory of 1945. The Matryoshka doll is a recognizable symbol of Russia, and the towers of Moscow Kremlin...
- organization based in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan Headscarf, English term encomp****ing Russian babushka-type headwear Matryoshka doll, also called a babushka doll...
- and "Travelers" (1998) of The X-Files David Fredericks in the episode "Matryoshka" (1999) of Millennium Ernest Borgnine in the theatrical film Hoover (2000)...
- letting the remaining 5 students and killing the bear. The final game was Matryoshka, which must be completed before sundown. The remaining 5 picked a stick...
- A Matryoshka doll is a set of dolls of decreasing sizes placed one inside the other. Matryoshka may also refer to: Matroska, a video format named after...
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