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IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle for Stalingrad is a game in which you have to lead one of the tank corps of the Red Army and use it to break through the German lines in order to drive the enemy out of the city as quickly as possible.
It is for this that you will receive rewards, such as “Fortress”, “Titan” and “Glory” – rewards that are given only for capturing enemy territories, destroying enemy tanks and aircraft.
In the case of a tank corps, you will have to capture various enemy villages and outposts on various front lines.



You are running./configure on non-GNU OS.
I have a feeling that you have downloaded the source and then run./configure on that directory.
In that case you will have to run make instead of./configure.
You can also run make configure to run both.
Then you should have bin folder that contains all the binaries.
Note that./configure is actually a shell script that invokes GNU make. If that doesnt work, run make configure and replace GNU make with whatever the make utility is on your system.


I was totally fooled by the similarly named autoconf. I had to delete the old binary just to get it to compile.

Phytochemical studies on kokum (Garcinia indica, Gaertn).
The phytochemical studies of kokum extract of Garcinia indica collected from Cuddalore and Kumbakonam, Tamilnadu were carried out by various techniques of chemical and spectral analysis. The active principles reported to be present in kokum are steroids, carbohydrates, tannins, alkaloids, saponins and fatty acids. The presence of important constituents can be expected to yield various pharmacological activities viz. anti-diarrheal, anti-ulcer, anti-inflammatory, anti-malarial, anticancer, anti-HIV, antioxidant, anti-microbial, anti-fertility, anti-pain, anti-diabetes, ant-convulsant and hypolipidemic.Effects of single irradiations on cultures of Drosophila testes: germ cell loss and x-irradiation-induced male sterility and viability.
The effects of different doses of single gamma-radiation (60Co) on the cultured testes of Drosophila melanogaster were studied. In the range of doses from 2 to 4 Sv, the total number of germ cells did not decrease. However, the number of these cells fell by 0.8 to 2.4 times after doses of 8 and 9 Sv. A progressive and irreversible transformation of the cells took place between irradiation with doses of 1 and 4 Sv. At the same time, we observed the appearance of a high number of smaller-sized cells; after irradiation doses of 8 and 9 Sv, no spermatocytes were seen. A significant increase in the rate of apoptotic changes in the irrad