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  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Kalashnikov a type of submachine gun made in Russia
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In literature:

But with a scope, those Kalashnikovs are bad news.
"Project Cyclops" by Thomas Hoover

In news:

President Hugo Chavez said Wednesday that Venezuela has begun to assemble Kalashnikov assault rifles with assistance from Russia and started producing surveillance drones.
It is the Kalashnikov assault rifle that a North Vietnamese soldier used to kill 78 Americans in the Vietnam War.
AK-47: Russia's Kalashnikov Maker Faces Layoffs, Merger.
Russia's troubled maker of the iconic Kalashnikov assault rifle faces layoffs and a possible merger with another arms manufacturer, a media report said Tuesday.
Russia's Kalashnikov Asks Putin To Save Famed Factory.
Don Mims, the Mikhail Kalashnikov of office-supply based warfare.
On 16 November in the Gulf of Aden, the Ukrainian Cargo Ship MV Lady Juliet (flagged St Vincent & The Grenadines) heading West was attacked by pirates firing Kalashnikovs and rocket propelled grenades.
With his gentle eyes, skeletal frame, long black beard and habitual Kalashnikov, Osama bin Laden has become the world's most reviled symbol of terror.
Kalashnikov maker struggles in the small-arms market.

In science:

Asmussen, S., Kalashnikov, V., Konstantinides, D., Kl¨uppelberg, C. and Tsitiashvili, G. (2002). A local limit theorem for random walk maxima with heavy tails.
On the exact distributional asymptotics for the supremum of a random walk with increments in a class of light-tailed distributions
Theorem 2 may be applied in various areas where randomly stopped sums appear; see Sections 8–11 (random walks, compound Poisson distributions, infinitely divisible laws and branching processes) and, for instance, Kalashnikov for further examples.
On lower limits and equivalences for distribution tails of randomly stopped sums
In the case when (1) is not fulfilled, upper bounds for P(M > x) have been derived by Kalashnikov and by Richards .
Upper bounds for the maximum of a random walk with negative drift
In: Kalashnikov, V.V. et al. (eds.) Stability Problems for Stochastic Models.
A general multiparameter version of Gnedenko's transfer theorem
Limit theorems and applications. [Kal97] Vladimir Kalashnikov.
On rates of convergence and Berry-Esseen bounds for random sums of centered random variables with finite third moments
Kalashnikov Off-site continuums as Cosmological Models of Galaxies and the Universe. A.V.
Practical cosmology and cosmological physics
Vladimir Kalashnikov from Wein TU for deep and valuable discussions.
Quantum evolution of the Universe from $\tau=0$
Asymptotic methods in the theory of stochastic differential equations. – Kiev: Naukova dumka, 1987. – 328 . Il’in A.M., Kalashnikov A.S., Oleinik O.A.
Malliavin calculus for difference approximations of multidimensional diffusions: truncated local limit theorem