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Alexander Mikhaylovich Prokhorov () ( 11 July 1916 – 8 January 2002 ) was a Soviet physicist known for his pioneering research on lasers and masers for which he shared the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1964 with Charles Hard Townes and Nikolay Basov.
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Alexander Mikhaylovich Ovechkin (; ; born September 17, 1985 ) is a Russian professional ice hockey left winger and captain of the Washington Capitals of the National Hockey League ( NHL ).
Timofey Mikhaylovich Mikhaylov (; born January 22 ( February 3 ) 1859 in Smolensk-died April 3, 1881 in Saint Petersburg ) was a Russian boiler maker who participated in the assassination of Tsar Alexander II.
Alexander Mikhaylovich Butlerov ( Алекса ́ ндр Миха ́ йлович Бу ́ тлеров ; September 15, 1828 – August 17, 1886 ) was a Russian chemist, one of the principal creators of the theory of chemical structure ( 1857 – 1861 ), the first to incorporate double bonds into structural formulas, the discoverer of hexamine ( 1859 ), and the discoverer of the formose reaction.
Alexander Mikhaylovich ZaitsevAlexander Zaitsev first published his observations regarding the products of elimination reactions in Justus Liebigs Annalen der Chemie in 1875.
Another Alexander Mikhailovich Golitsyn ( 1723 – 1804 ) son of general admiral Mikhail Mikhaylovich Golitsyn
Alexander Mikhaylovich Gerasimov () ( 12 August 1881 – 23 July 1963 ) was a leading proponent of Socialist Realism in the visual arts, and painted Joseph Stalin and other Soviet leaders.
Alexander Mikhaylovich Zaitsev (), also spelled as Saytzeff and Saytzev ( 2 July 1841 – 1 September 1910 ), was a Russian chemist from Kazan.
Alexander Mikhaylovich Sibiryakov () ( born in Irkutsk on October 8 ( September 26 ) 1849 – died in 1933 ) was a Russian gold mine owner and explorer of Siberia.
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Notable Russian scientists include Dmitri Mendeleev, Nikolay Bogolyubov, Andrei Kolmogorov, Ivan Pavlov, Nikolai Semyonov, Dmitri Ivanenko, Nikolai Lobachevsky, Alexander Lodygin, Alexander Popov ( one of inventors of radio ), Nikolai Zhukovsky, Alexander Prokhorov and Nikolay Basov ( co-inventors of laser ), Georgiy Gamov, Vladimir Zworykin, Lev Pontryagin, Sergei Sobolev, Pavel Yablochkov, Aleksandr Butlerov, Andrei Sakharov, Dmitry Ivanovsky, Sergey Korolyov and Mstislav Keldysh ( creators of the Soviet space program ), Aleksandr Lyapunov, Mikhail Dolivo-Dobrovolsky, Andrei Tupolev, Yuri Denisyuk ( the first practicable method of holography ), Mikhail Lomonosov, Vladimir Vernadsky, Pyotr Kapitsa, Igor Sikorsky, Ludvig Faddeev, Zhores Alferov, Konstantin Novoselov, Fyodor Shcherbatskoy, Nikolai Trubetzkoy etc.
Volume 24 is in two books, one of them being a full-sized book about the USSR ) – all with about 21 million words, and the chief editor being Alexander Prokhorov ( since 1969 ).
* 1964 — Nikolay Basov, Alexander Prokhorov: " for fundamental work in the field of quantum electronics, which has led to the construction of oscillators and amplifiers based on the maser-laser principle ".
* Alexander Prokhorov, Soviet / Russian physicist and Nobel Prize winner, born to a family of Russian immigrants which subsequently relocated back to the Soviet Union.
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Alexander Alexandrovich () ( 10 March 1845 – 1 November 1894 ), known historically as Alexander III or Alexander the Peacemaker reigned as Emperor of Russia from until his death on.
In On Fate Alexander denied three things-necessity (), the foreknowledge of fated events that was part of the Stoic identification of God and Nature, and determinism in the sense of a sequence of causes that was laid down beforehand () or predetermined by antecedents ().
Alexander () is a common male first name, and less common surname derived from the Greek " Αλέξανδρος " ( Aléxandros ).
Alexander Aetolus () was a Greek poet and grammarian, the only known representative of Aetolian poetry.
Alexandra () is the feminine form of the given name Alexander, which is a romanization of the Greek name Αλέξανδρος ( Alexandros ).
As noted by Monier-Williams in his Sanskrit-English dictionary, according to Alexander Cunningham, its shape represents a monogram formed by interlacing of the letters of the auspicious words su-astí () written in Ashokan characters.
A work On the Sacrifice at Illium () seems to have referred to the sacrifice which Alexander the Great performed at Illium.
According to the mythological Greek Alexander Romance, Queen Thalestris () of the Amazons brought 300 women to Alexander the Great, hoping to breed a race of children as strong and intelligent as he.
Alexander Nikolayevich Spesivtsev () is a Russian man who was accused of killing up to 80 people and cannibalizing some of his victims.
* According to an ancient Sri Lankan source, the Mahavamsa, Greek monks seem to have been active proselytizers of Buddhism during the time of Menander: the Yona ( Greek ) Mahadhammarakkhita () is said to have come from " Alasandra " ( thought to be Alexandria of the Caucasus, the city founded by Alexander the Great, near today ’ s Kabul ) with 30, 000 monks for the foundation ceremony of the Maha Thupa (" Great stupa ") at Anuradhapura in Sri Lanka, during the 2nd century BC:
Count Mikhail Mikhailovich Speransky () ( – ) was probably the greatest of Russian reformers during the reign of Alexander I of Russia.
Alexander Gavrilovich Shliapnikov () ( August 30, 1885, Murom – September 2, 1937, Moscow ) was a Russian communist revolutionary, metalworker, and trade union leader.
In 1242, the lake was the site of the Battle on the Ice () between the Teutonic Knights and Novgorodians under Alexander Nevsky.
Alexander Nevsky () is a 1938 historical drama film directed by Sergei Eisenstein, in association with Dmitri Vasilyev and a script co-written with Pyotr Pavlenko, who were assigned to ensure Eisenstein did not stray into " formalism " and to facilitate shooting on a reasonable timetable.
Zemstva () was a form of local government that was instituted during the great liberal reforms performed in Imperial Russia by Alexander II of Russia.
Geombinatorics is a mathematical research journal () founded by Alexander Soifer and published by the University of Colorado, USA, since 1991 under an international board of editors.
Alexander Kartveli, born Alexander Kartvelishvili, () 1896 – 1974 ) was an influential aircraft engineer and a pioneer of American aviation history.