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Hello, Kernan, you wrote: K> At such / that by it still to do? To search for other operation? K> caught them not that they , and for that that they were connected to an exterior network. It agree, but how it is possible  without connection to the Internet?

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L> to Search for other operation? In Sarov? With their speciality? Another?

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Hello, Kaifa, you wrote: K> In Sarov? With their speciality? Another? To search for other operation in other city (it is possible, in other country). FIXED!

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Hello, Lazytech, you wrote: L> Jadershchikov   - Kommersant Nizhni Novgorod Long stuck in title... And it and under the link same.  it is a surname such?

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Hello, anonymouse2, you wrote: A> Long stuck in title... And it and under the link same. A> Jadershchikov is a surname such? Probably, it is especially confidential employee.

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Hello, Lazytech, you wrote: L> to Search for other operation in other city (it is possible, in other country). L> FIXED! They  not eligible to travel abroad.

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Hello, , you wrote: L>> to Search for other operation in other city (it is possible, in other country). In Iran or Democratic People's Republic of Korea? And how about trade change if on old operation pay a little? For example, I before becoming the translator, worked in communications industry. I will mark that in my case earnings grew at once in times.

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Hello, D. Mon, you wrote: L>> to Search for other operation in other city (it is possible, in other country). L>> FIXED! DM> They  not eligible to travel abroad. Well, then it is possible to try to replace a trade without country and even city change.

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Hello, , you wrote: A>> Long stuck in title... And it and under the link same. A>> Jadershchikov is a surname such? It is attempt in a pun such.  = attracts Strongly I suspect that it is an engine of a news site bit the title beginning. For example, engine RSDN too sins with it at editing of the first message of a forum subject, but bites not the beginning, and the title end: [English only!] [Not clear linguistic humour!] True American-> [English only!] [not clear linguistic humour!] True Amer I did not want to distort a self-title of Americans, .

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L>>> to Search for other operation in other city (it is possible, in other country). DM>> They  not eligible to travel abroad. L> well then it is possible to try to replace a trade without country and even city change. To business to go, how  advised?

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Hello, Kernan, you wrote: K> Caught them not that they , and for that that they were connected to an exterior network. Probably even for electricity wastes. The Supercomputer guzzles, for certain, much.

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Hello, vsb, you wrote: vsb> Probably even for electricity wastes. The Supercomputer guzzles, for certain, much. There is such business: the Lawyer of legal firm JUST Igor Pastuhov says that for in itself  criminal punishment is not present, but actions of employees of nuclear center can be qualified as causing of a property damage by breach of confidence (item 165 of the criminal code of Russian Federation) as they involved the working computer and could expend its resources and an electric power considerable quantity on . The maximum period of punishment under this article makes five years of imprisonment.