Russian Standard Original Vodka, 700ml

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Russian Standard Original Vodka, 700ml

Russian Standard Original Vodka, 700ml

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Article 68. Constitution of the Russian Federation". Archived from the original on June 6, 2013 . Retrieved June 18, 2013. It became the very first and the largest system of evaluation of conformity in Russia and it encompasses all the groups of production that are to be evaluated according to the Federal Law "About protection of Consumers Rights" and it performs the other legislative acts considering separate kinds of goods The authority of the GOST R obligatory certification systems covers also the voluntary GOST R certification system because the applicants for the voluntary evaluation of conformity most often apply this very system. In a 2006 overview of Russian premium vodkas for Vanity Fair, the "Imperia" product stood alone with a top A+ grade. [6] Production [ edit ]

Nowadays there is a process of their revision so that they conform to international standard requirements. As the base is the system of international standards ISO, in Russia they created series of Russian standards such as GOST ISO 9001 or GOST ISO 14001, which absorbed the best developments of the world community but they also consider the Russia's specific. In Kyrgyzstan, Russian is a co-official language per article 5 of the Constitution of Kyrgyzstan. [51] The 2009 census states that 482,200 people speak Russian as a native language, or 8.99% of the population. [71] Additionally, 1,854,700 residents of Kyrgyzstan aged 15 and above fluently speak Russian as a second language, or 49.6% of the population in the age group. [71] No single periodization is universally accepted, but the history of the Russian language is sometimes divided into the following periods: [97] [98] [99] Trasianka, a heavily russified variety of Belarusian used by a large portion of the rural population in Belarus The brand was introduced as the "Russian Standard" vodka in 1998 by the Russian Standard company of Roustam Tariko.

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Weekly. Об итогах Всероссийской переписи населения 2010 года. Сообщение Росстата" (in Russian). November 8, 2011. Archived from the original on October 18, 2014 . Retrieved April 23, 2014. After 1917, Marxist linguists had no interest in the multiplicity of peasant dialects and regarded their language as a relic of the rapidly disappearing past that was not worthy of scholarly attention. Nakhimovsky quotes the Soviet academicians A.M Ivanov and L.P Yakubinsky, writing in 1930: The history of the Russian language is also divided into Old Russian from the 11th to 17th centuries, followed by Modern Russian. [99] In Belarus, Russian is a second state language alongside Belarusian per the Constitution of Belarus. [51] 77% of the population was fluent in Russian in 2006, and 67% used it as the main language with family, friends, or at work. [52]

Among the first to study Russian dialects was Lomonosov in the 18th century. In the 19th, Vladimir Dal compiled the first dictionary that included dialectal vocabulary. Detailed mapping of Russian dialects began at the turn of the 20th century. In modern times, the monumental Dialectological Atlas of the Russian Language ( Диалектологический атлас русского языка – Dialektologichesky atlas russkogo yazyka), was published in three folio volumes 1986–1989, after four decades of preparatory work. [ citation needed] Comparison with other Slavic languages [ edit ] Weekly» № 251 – 252 19 июня – 20 августа 2006. А. Арефьев. Тема номера: сколько людей говорят и будут говорить по-русски? Будет ли русский в числе мировых языков в будущем? On the history of using "русский" (" russkiy") and "российский" (" rossiyskiy") as the Russian adjectives denoting "Russian", see: Oleg Trubachyov. 2005. Русский– Российский. История, динамика, идеология двух атрибутов нации (pp. 216–227). В поисках единства. Взгляд филолога на проблему истоков Руси., 2005. РУССКИЙ – РОССИЙСКИЙ (in Russian). Archived from the original on February 18, 2014 . Retrieved January 25, 2014. . On the 1830s change in the Russian name of the Russian language and its causes, see: Tomasz Kamusella. 2012. The Change of the Name of the Russian Language in Russian from Rossiiskii to Russkii: Did Politics Have Anything to Do with It? (pp.73–96). Acta Slavica Iaponica. Vol 32, "The Change of the Name of the Russian Language in Russian from Rossiiskii to Russkii: Did Politics Have Anything to Do with It?" (PDF). Archived (PDF) from the original on May 18, 2013 . Retrieved January 7, 2013. Language Use in the United States: 2007," (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on June 14, 2013 . Retrieved June 18, 2013. The first body for standardization was created by the Council of Labor and Defense in 1925 and was named the Committee for Standardization. Its main objective was development and introduction of the Union standards OST standards. The first OST standards gave the requirements for iron and ferrous metals, selected sorts of wheat, and a number of consumer goods.Russian [e] is an East Slavic language, spoken primarily in Russia. It is the native language of the Russians and belongs to the Indo-European language family. It is one of four living East Slavic languages, [f] and is also a part of the larger Balto-Slavic languages. It was the de facto and de jure [21] official language of the former Soviet Union. [22] Russian has remained an official language in independent Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan, and is still commonly used as a lingua franca in Ukraine, the Caucasus, Central Asia, and to a lesser extent in the Baltic states and Israel. [23] [24] [25] [26] The political upheavals of the early 20th century and the wholesale changes of political ideology gave written Russian its modern appearance after the spelling reform of 1918. Political circumstances and Soviet accomplishments in military, scientific, and technological matters (especially cosmonautics), gave Russian a worldwide prestige, especially during the mid-20th century. [ citation needed] In Estonia Russian is spoken by 29.6% of the population according to a 2011 estimate from the World Factbook, [53] and is officially considered a foreign language. [51] School education in the Russian language is a very contentious point in Estonian politics and as of 2022 the parliament has approved to close up all Russian language schools and kindergartens by the school year. The transition to only Estonian language schools/kindergartens will start in the school year. [54] in Russian). Archived from the original on August 5, 2014 . Retrieved April 23, 2014. The World's Most Widely Spoken Languages". Saint Ignatius High School. Cleveland, Ohio. Archived from the original on September 27, 2011 . Retrieved February 17, 2012.

Bekmurzaev, Nurbek (February 28, 2019). "Russian Language Status in Central Asian Countries". Central Asian Bureau for Analytical Reporting. Russian has preserved an Indo-European synthetic- inflectional structure, although considerable leveling has occurred.

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Instead, a Polish distilled alternative will be sold in its stores in its place while a spokesperson for Morrisons said it had also de-listed Russian Standard. In Moldova, Russian is considered to be the language of inter-ethnic communication under a Soviet-era law. [51] 50% of the population was fluent in Russian in 2006, and 19% used it as the main language with family, friends, or at work. [52]

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