After a routine surgery, doctors accidentally gave one Russian woman a formaldehyde drip causing her death. Suffering tremendously, the victim's mother is speaking out and a criminal investigation is underway. A year-old Russian woman has died after doctors mistakenly filled her IV bag with a solution containing formaldehyde. Ekaterina Fedyaeva was said to be undergoing routine surgery at a hospital in Ulyanovsk, in the Volga Federal District of Russia, when the hospital hooked her up to a formalin drip, which contains formaldehyde and is used to prevent corpses from decomposing, The Sun reports.
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Russian names originate from many sources, with new names usually appearing during the most important historical periods, including the advent of Christianity to ancient Rus, the Russian Revolution of , and the Soviet years. Ancient Slavs were very creative in naming their children. First names often described a baby's character or the parents' hopes for their child's future. These were called protection names and helped ward off bad energies and protect the name bearer. Nicknames were also very popular and aptly described someone's personality. Many names, including descriptive names, protection names, and nicknames, evolved into surnames , many of which are still used in modern Russia.
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This is for people who are interested in Russian. If you started to learn Russian, you probably want to know some funny Russian phrases and sayings. Actually, you will not be able to understand the what they mean through translation. So, I will clarify them.
I am going to a turn away from computers and chess and just talk about chess itself and its history in this blog entry. If you are a chess aficionado, it cannot have escaped your notice that the Russians for the sake of this article I will use this term to include all members of the former Soviet Union as well were dominant in chess in the second half of the 20th century. Even if you were not a chess fan this was probably obvious. For the next 60 years the top players in the world were from Russia with one exception, who I will talk about shortly. This is not a complete list of outstanding players coming from Russia.