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  • [[Image:Horuzhy.jpg|thumb|right|Dr. Sergey Horuzhy, October 2006]] '''Sergey Sergeevich Horuzhy''' ({{lang-ru|Сергей Сергеевич Хоруж
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  • #REDIRECT [[Sergey Khoruzhy]]
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  • '''Sergey Lvovich Khudiyev''' ({{lang-ru|Сергей Львович Худиев}}) Sergey was born on [[January 29]], 1969 in [[:w:Severomorsk|Severomorsk]], Murmans
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  • #Redirect [[Sergey Khudiev]]
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  • ...the New Martyr|Elizabeth Fyodorovna]] with the Emperor's uncle, Grand Duke Sergey Alexandrovich. Princess Alice was a daughter of Prince Ludwig von Hessen-Da
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  • *Fr. [[Sergey Snegireff]] 1931-1947
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  • *[http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Who_was_sergei_korolev Answers: Archbishop Sergey (Arkadi Dimitrievich Korolev) of Kazan & Chistopol]
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  • [[Image:Horuzhy.jpg|thumb|right|Dr. Sergey Horuzhy, October 2006]] '''Sergey Sergeevich Horuzhy''' ({{lang-ru|Сергей Сергеевич Хоруж
    1 KB (134 words) - 01:36, November 16, 2012
  • ...h Alexei I''' (Russian: Патриарх Алексий I, secular name '''Sergey Vladimirovich Simansky''', Сергей Владимирович Симан
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  • '''Patriarch Pimen''' (Russian: Патриарх Пимен), born '''Sergey Mikhailovich Izvekov''' ([[July 23]], 1910 - [[May 3]], 1990), was the 15th
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  • ...ision of Volodya, come to warn Sergey of the danger threatening his child. Sergey did not heed his warning, alas, and the child was hit by a car and died." The game almost ended in tragedy. According to his friend Sergey, Vladimir experienced his own death. His soul had separated from his body a
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  • ...idens' Monastery was coveted by the Russian nobility as a place of burial. Sergey Solovyov and Alexei Brusilov are only two of the many prominent Muscovites
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  • *[http://www.biografija.ru/show_bio.aspx?id=1621 Sergey Akchurin] In Russian
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  • ...'' were presented by Rabbi Dr. Richard Marker of New York and Reverend Dr. Sergey Hovorun of the Department for External Church Relations of the [[Church of
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  • ...[[w:Tayga|Tayga]] in the [[w:Kemerovo Oblast|Kemerovo Region]]. His father Sergey V. Krasheninnikov was a soldier, and his mother Valentina Afanasyevna Krash
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  • *[http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Who_was_sergei_korolev Answers: Archbishop Sergey (Arkadi Dimitrievich Korolev) of Kazan & Chistopol]
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  • '''Sergey Lvovich Khudiyev''' ({{lang-ru|Сергей Львович Худиев}}) Sergey was born on [[January 29]], 1969 in [[:w:Severomorsk|Severomorsk]], Murmans
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  • ...a church reader Anna Petrovna Molchanova. They had 5 children. On of them, Sergey Mechev (1892-1942) was later glorified as a hieromartyr. On November 18, 18
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  • #REDIRECT[[Sergey Khudiev]]
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