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  • noun a city of east central Russia to the north of Moscow


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  • Nagy was one of the few NHL-level talents left out there and will probably fare pretty well in the KHL with Cherepovets.

    Archive 2008-08-01 James Mirtle 2008

  • Luchkin, Vladislav Cherepovets (Russia 2) 6-1/185 C

    NHL Central Scouting Bureau rankings 2000

  • Luchkin, Vladislav Cherepovets (Russia-2) 6-1/185 C

    NHL Central Scouting Bureau rankings 2000

  • Instead, ArcelorMittal, the world's largest steelmaker, or Cherepovets, Russia-based OAO Severstal, may be interested in buying Commercial Metals to shut down some production capacity, which is outstripping demand in North America, Viswanathan said. -- Top News 2011

  • That compares with a 20 percent total return for the Cherepovets-based company's dollar bonds due in 2013 -- Top News 2010

  • In 2008-09, Chvanov played in 46 games with Cherepovets 2 of the Russia-3 league, recording 16 goals and 13 assists for 29 points and 38 penalty minutes.

    Islanders Recent Headlines 2009

  • Yuri Alexandrov, D - Severstal Cherepovets (KHL) 6'1, 179 pounds

    Hockey's Future 2009

  • Russia, his playing time proves he has become one of the top defensemen on Cherepovets.

    Hockey's Future 2009

  • Production is to be cut 30 percent in the U.S. and Italy, and 25 percent in Severstal's home town of Cherepovets in Russia.

    Global Economy Matters 2008

  • "The situation in the steel market has accelerated" the planned closure at the mill in Cherepovets, Severstal said.

    The St. Petersburg Times 2008


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