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Budilnik (Russian: Будильник, Alarm clock) was a weekly Russian illustrated satirical journal published originally, in 1865—1871, in Saint Petersburg, then, in 1873—1917, in Moscow.

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  • Budilnik (Russian: Будильник, Alarm clock) was a weekly Russian illustrated satirical journal published originally, in 1865—1871, in Saint Petersburg, then, in 1873—1917, in Moscow.
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