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In this paper, changes in the number of inhabitants in Estonia as well as the Russians in the villages on the western coast of Lake Chudskoe (Western Prichudye) in the period from the end of the 16th to the end of the 19th centuries have been traced. The data obtained from the inspections, lists of Lutheran parishes, the estimations, the analysis of toponymy of 16th century and dialect peculiarities of the Russians of Western Prichudye made it possible to conclude that the main body of Russian population of the coastal villages were the descendants of Russians that had lived in the Northern and Western Prichudye long before the split of the Orthodox Church in Russia took place. As it is read in the reports to the Governor General in the 19th century, the Old Belief without the priest spread over Prichudye due to vigorous activity of Feodosii Vasiliev adepts among local Russians, and not as a result of the resettlement of a considerable number of Old Believers from Russia as it was supposed earlier. The assumption is made that the origin of the word vene used by western Finns to call the Russians is a derivative from the word словене .

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der Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaften . Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck . Chancellery of the President of the Estonian Republic ( 1999 ): Interview with the President Lennart Meri (in

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A tanulmányban Szingapúr és Hongkong tapasztalatai alapján azt kívánjuk meghatározni, hogy a kis, nyitott gazdaságok esetében melyek az eredményes válságkezelés lépései, és ezen lépések megtételéhez milyen előfeltételek szükségesek. A kitűzött cél érdekében előbb az Európai Unió közösségi szintű válságkezelési tapasztalatait ismerhetjük meg, majd pedig sor kerül a tárgyalt két ázsiai gazdaság részletes bemutatására, válságkezelési gyakorlatuk összehasonlítására, valamint a válságkezelés közös pontjainak meghatározására. Az ázsiai válságkezelési módszerek európai alkalmazhatóságát Észtország példáján keresztül teszteljük. Végezetül a távol-keleti tapasztalatok alapján a sikeres válságkezelés öt lépése, valamint az ezen lépések hatékony alkalmazását lehetővé tevő előzetes gazdaságpolitikai irányok kerülnek meghatározásra.

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. Bohle , D. – Greskovits , B. ( 2012 ): Capitalist Diversity on Europe¡¯s Periphery . Ithaca : Cornell Univeristy Press . Buchen , C. ( 2007 ): Estonia and Slovenia

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The thermal reactions between Maardu (Estonia) phosphorite and acidic phosphates were investigated. TG, DTG and DTA of mixtures with H3PO4, Ca(H2PO4)2 · H2O, Ca2P2O7 and [Ca(PO3)2]n in different molar ratios showed a maximum mass loss when the CaO ∶ P2O5 value was 2. The main temperature ranges of the mass losses were determined. The probable reactions relating to the mass losses are given on the basis of the thermal curves and IR spectra.

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: G. Jurak, J. Bošnir, D. Puntarić, I. Pavlinić-Prokurica, Z. Šmit, H. Medić, I. Puntarić, and E. Puntarić

Reinik, M., Tamme, T., Roasto, M., Juhkam, K., Jurtšenko, S., Tenno, T. & Kiis, A. (2005): Nitrites, nitrates and N -nitrosamines in Estonian cured meat products: Intake by Estonian children and adolescents. Fd Addit. Contam. , 22 , 1098

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Estonia-The Estonian Research Institute of Agriculture, Saku, 5–24 pp SAS Institute Inc.: 1999. SAS Procedure Guide, Version 8. Cary (NC): SAS Institute Inc SAS

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Software Technology , Tallin, Estonia, 1999, 269–275. Kis P. The Sixth Fenno-Ugric Symposium on Software Technology 1999

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. Workplace Laboratory of Inorganic Materials, Faculty of Chemical and Materials Technology, Tallinn University of Technology, Ehitajate tee 5, 19086 Tallinn, Estonia, Tel.: +372 620 28 12, e-mail: tiidu@staff.ttu.ee. Main fields of

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Ådahl, M. (2002): Banking in the Baltics — Development of the Banking Systems of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania since Independences. Internationalization of Baltic Banking (1998–2000). Focus on Transition , 2/2002. ONB

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