Definition of Metallist. Meaning of Metallist. Synonyms of Metallist

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Definition of Metallist

Metallist
Metallist Met"al*list, n. A worker in metals, or one skilled in metals.

Meaning of Metallist from wikipedia

- (1925–1940) Dzerzhinets (1947–1952) Avanhard/Avangard (1956–1965) Metalist/Metallist (since 1965) FC Metalist Kharkiv was initially founded on 11 December...
- 2000). 1968 : Founded as Avangard 1970 : Renamed Metallist 1979 : Renamed Avangard 1990 : Renamed Metallist 1998 : Renamed Esil 1999 : Renamed Access-Esil...
- Metallist (Russian: Металлист) is a rural locality (a settlement) and the administrative center of Florishchinskoye Rural Settlement, Kolchuginsky District...
- purchasing power of the commodity upon which it is based. The currency in a metallist monetary system may be made from the commodity itself (commodity money)...
- players from 25, in the 2018/19 season - 23 players from 30. Legally, Metallist 1925 is not the legal successor of Metalist, which was disbanded because...
- Swing CD/LP 2010 Earthshaker CD/LP 2013 Overdose&Overdrive CD/LP 2016 The Metallist CD/LP/MC 1997 Eat the Flesh... and Vomica split CD with Squash Bowels...
- a cup competition of the Soviet Union. The winner of the competition, Metallist Kharkov, qualified for the continental tournament. All games took place...
- created. In 1934, the Metallist Cinema was built in the city block No. 25, it became the first sound cinema of Novosibirsk. Metallist Cinema. Museum of Novosibirsk...
- M70FRU2 (DP/DM71) along M90FR, M75RU, E70RD8 and Elektrosila, AO Zvezda, Metallist, Samara and others developed redactors and gears. High strength and buoyancy...
- Soviet club from Crimea, Russian SFSR that was founded in 1923 as Yuzhny Metallist (Sevastopol). Sometime prior to 1936 it carried name of the Ordzhonikidze...
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