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  2. Aleksandr Nikitenko - Wikipedia

    Alexander Vasilievich Nikitenko (Алекса́ндр Васи́льевич Никите́нко; 12 March 1804 – 21 July 1877) was a Russian Empire literary historian. A well-educated Ukrainian serf of Count Sheremetev who was granted freedom under pressure from Kondraty Ryleyev and other men of letters. He narrowly escaped persecution in ...

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  4. Bethany R. Nikitenko | Philadelphia Personal Injury Lawyers ...

    Bethany joined Feldman Shepherd in August 2019, after establishing a well-earned reputation as a formidable trial attorney. She has been named a Pennsylvania Super Lawyers Rising Star every year from 2013 through 2021 and a Super Lawyer in 2022. Bethany additionally was honored as a Lawyer on the Fast Track by The Legal Intelligencer in 2017.

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    What does Nikitenka mean? Information and translations of Nikitenka in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web. Login . The STANDS4 Network.

  6. Nikitenko Name Meaning & Nikitenko Family History at Ancestry ...

    Nikitenko Name Meaning. Historically, surnames evolved as a way to sort people into groups - by occupation, place of origin, clan affiliation, patronage, parentage, adoption, and even physical characteristics (like red hair). Many of the modern surnames in the dictionary can be traced back to Britain and Ireland.

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  9. Martin on Nikitenko, 'Up From Serfdom: My Childhood and Youth ...

    Aleksandr Nikitenko. Up From Serfdom: My Childhood and Youth in Russia, 1804-1824. Translated by Helen Saltz Jacobson with foreword by Peter Kolchin.