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Omsk

[ awmsk ]

noun

  1. a city in the SW Russian Federation in Asia on the Irtysh River.


Omsk

/ ɒmsk /

noun

  1. a city in W central Russia, at the confluence of the Irtysh and Om Rivers: a major industrial centre, with pipelines from the second Baku oilfield. Pop: 1 132 000 (2005 est)


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The pilot made an emergency landing in Omsk, where Navalny was rushed to a hospital.

From Time

First, if the FSB did indeed put pressure on the Omsk hospital, as the Navalny associate Milov alleged, that would imply that Putin or someone close to him cares deeply about how Navalny’s situation is handled.

From Vox

Omsk is the center of that military organization of Western Siberia which is intended to overawe the Kirghiz population.

In buying him at Omsk he had been lucky, and in taking him to the postmaster the generous mujik had rendered him a great service.

The station at Omsk was on outskirts of town, which looked to be of great size, with many pretentious buildings.

At Omsk saw numbers of Asiatics clad in skins, they were ugly, dirty and many pitted with small-pox.

The miseries of Omsk have been described by Dostoievsky, but those of Petrovsk will never be entirely known.

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