[tomsk; Russian tawmsk]
- a city in the central Russian Federation in Asia, E of the Ob River.
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Examples from the Web for tomsk
He went to Tomsk, Siberia, an area that was legendary for its lucrative goldmines.An Oscar Winner’s Secret History
Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
October 14, 2010
Then the summer after, if you can get away again, you can give up at Tomsk.
Then you must say that you have been working here and there, and that you come from, say, Tomsk.
We were in a dilemma about the mode of travelling from Tomsk.
Goods in transit for Europe go by land from Irkutsk to Tomsk.
All the Tomsk people tell me that there has not been a spring so cold and rainy as this one since 1842.Letters of Anton Chekhov
- a city in central Russia: formerly an important gold-mining town and administrative centre for a large area of Siberia; university (1888); engineering industries. Pop: 486 000 (2005 est)
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