A brief glimpse into the past

Kirill Suprunov/Кирилл Супрунов. 2020/2021. Tyumen - Lokomotiv-Izumrud. Full match.
Kirill Suprunov/Кирилл Супрунов. 2020/2021. Tyumen - Lokomotiv-Izumrud. Full match.

Kirill Suprunov (opposite). #16. Blue shirt. Кирилл Супрунов (диагональный). №16. Cиняя форма. ------- Match of volleyball Russian championship, League A ...



Team, Place & City Details

1. FC Slovácko

1. FC Slovácko is a football club from the Czech town of Uherské Hradiště.

VC Iskra Odintsovo

VC Iskra Odintsovo is a professional Volleyball team based in Odintsovo, Russia.

FC Iskra Rîbnița

FC Iskra Rîbnița is a Moldovan football club based in Rîbnița, Moldova. They play in the Divizia A, the second tier of Moldovan football.

Iskra
Iskra

Iskra was a political newspaper of Russian socialist emigrants established as the official organ of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party (RSDLP).

Iskra (disambiguation)

Iskra was a 1900–1905 communist newspaper. The word means "spark" in many Slavic languages.

Iskra (band)

Iskra is a Canadian blackened crust band founded in Victoria, British Columbia in 2002. Their name means "spark" in Slovak , Slovenian (iskra), Czech (jiskra), Croatian (iskra), Polish (iskra), Serbian (искра/iskra), Ukrainian (іскра), Russian (искра), and Bulgarian (искра).

ISKRA lasers

The ISKRA-4 and ISKRA-5 lasers are lasers which were built by the Soviet Union at RFNC-VNIIEF in Arzamas-16 with the approximately 2 kJ output ISKRA-4 laser being completed in 1979 and the 30 kJ output ISKRA-5 laser which was completed in 1989. The main use for both lasers being the investigation into inertial confinement fusion, high energy density physics and nuclear weapons research.

Iskra-1030
Iskra-1030

The Iskra 1030 was an Intel 8086 compatible personal computer produced in the USSR. It was designed by Elektronmash (Russian: ЛНПО «Электронмаш») in Leningrad. The main manufacturers were the Iskra factory (Russian: Искра) in Smolensk and the Shchyotmash factory (Russian: Счётмаш) in Kursk.

Iskra (company)
Iskra (company)
Iskra, Plovdiv Province
Iskra, Plovdiv Province

Iskra is a village in southern Bulgaria it is the southernmost village in the Parvomay Municipality, Plovdiv Province. It has the largest population outside the town of Parvomay in the municipality.

Iskra Lawrence

Iskra Arabella Lawrence is a British model.

Iskra 1903

Iskra 1903 is an album by trombonist Paul Rutherford, guitarist Derek Bailey and bassist Barry Guy which was recorded at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in 1970 and in a studio in 1972 and first released as a double album on the Incus label then as a triple CD box set entitled Chapter One 1970-1972 on Emanem in 2000 with additional material.

Iskra Menarini
Iskra Menarini

Iskra Menarini is an Italian singer, known for video and vocal interpretation of The Big Bad Wolf, single from the album Change of Lucio Dalla 1990, and participation in the Sanremo Festival 2009 with the song Quasi amore.