a city in E central Ukraine on the Dnieper River: a major centre of the metallurgical industry. Pop: 1 036 000 (2005 est): Former name (1787–1796, 1802–1926): Yekaterinoslav
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How to use Dnepropetrovsk in a sentence
In 1993 he went to work as an intelligence operative in his hometown of Dnepropetrovsk, the fading industrial powerhouse where his father had served for many years as a senior KGB officer.Exclusive: How an Accused Russian Agent Worked With Rudy Giuliani in a Plot Against the 2020 Election | Simon Shuster/Kyiv | May 28, 2021 | TIme
“The purpose is to prevent the spread of the Kremlin infection,” he told a press conference in Dnepropetrovsk.
Enter Igor Kolomoiskiy, an imposing oligarch and the governor of the Dnepropetrovsk region.
The two hundred and sixty miles from there to the Dnepropetrovsk was a little more difficult, but not terribly so.The Foreign Hand Tie | Gordon Randall Garrett
His course changed at Dnepropetrovsk, from northeast to northwest, for the next two hundred fifty miles.The Foreign Hand Tie | Gordon Randall Garrett