How to use Yekaterinburg in a sentence
She had many offers, but she for some reason chose cold Yekaterinburg, knowing how warmly she would be received there.Brittney Griner sentenced to 9½ years in Russian prison on drug charges | Robyn Dixon, Mary Ilyushina | August 4, 2022 | Washington Post
As the Washington Blade has previously reported, Griner plays for a Yekaterinburg team because her WNBA salary is capped at $227,000 per year, which is low compared to the men’s league salaries, which can go as high as $39 million per year.
“I turned my life and my health into a disaster,” said Innokenty Sheremet, 55, who is from the Ural Mountain region city of Yekaterinburg and came down with covid-19 after forgoing vaccination.Covid-19 live updates: Fauci urges police officers to get vaccinated as union protests heat up | Bryan Pietsch, Annabelle Timsit, Lateshia Beachum | October 18, 2021 | Washington Post
British Dictionary definitions for Yekaterinburg
a city in NW Russia, in the Ural Mountains: scene of the execution (1918) of Nicholas II and his family; university (1920); one of the largest centres of heavy engineering in Russia. Pop: 1 281 000 (2005 est): Former name (1924–91): Sverdlovsk
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