support from the Russian

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  • They had direct support from the Russian Navy, using one of their ships, and assistance with permission.
  • By the 19th century the Kets could no longer survive without food support from the Russian state.
  • Elizabeth, being the daughter of Peter the Great, enjoyed much support from the Russian guards regiments.
  • It enjoys considerable support from the Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade, which regards it as a top priority project.
  • He later settled in the small village Kultuk and began a detailed study of Baikal Lake with some technical support from the Russian Geographical Society.
  • Some also claim, that the movement receives taciturn support from the Russian Government eager to see a movement opposed to a possibility of an Orange Revolution happening in Russia.
  • Doomed to death, betrayed by friends, and left in the Syrian desert, Masters and his team finds unexpected support from the Russian Knights aerobatic team.
  • He agreed with the opinion that "Russian side or rather the Ossetians with support from the Russian forces conducted a multitude of provocations during the summer of 2008, which led to the war."
  • The Rogun Dam began construction in Soviet times but remains uncompleted; now Tajikistan has recommenced the project with financial support from the Russian Aluminum Company.
  • The UAC, one of the so-called national champions and comparable to EADS in Europe, enjoyed considerable financial support from the Russian government, and injected money to the companies it had acquired to improve their financial standing.
  • A team from The Campus, with support from the Russian FSB, and working with a local rebel force in China, stage an attack on Su while he is traveling in a motorcade.
  • The Union of the Russian People (URP), a close-to-extremist nationalistic movement formed with substantial overt and covert support from the Russian authorities, was among the first to use this government-owned building for their political gathering.
  • He had no official support from the Russian Empire, nor from its puppet Congress Poland, but was backed by a number of influential Poles, including Boleslaw Prus, and Henryk Sienkiewicz.
  • While Ashniov had never more than lukewarm support from the Russian Tsar, a delegation led by V.F. Mashkov to Emperor Menelik II in October 1889 was official.
  • In the United States, The Hollywood Reporters critic Leslie Felperin was taken by surprise by the fact that a film critical of corruption in Vladimir Putin's Russia was granted support from the Russian Ministry of Culture.