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Russian

associated in some way with Russia.

Russian blue
a breed of cats with short, dense, silver-tipped blue-colored coat and vivid green eyes.
Russian heavy draft
heavy draft or milk Russian horse, usually chestnut, also brown or bay.
Russian rabbit
a breed of white domestic rabbit with black extremities.
Russian trotter
light horse bred by mating Orlov horse and American trotters; all coat colors.
Russian wolfhound
see borzoi.
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The symbols of the award are bronze figurines of Katherine II (a great Russian Tsarina), Anna Akhmatova and Osip Mandelshtam (celebrated Russian poets).
The Moscow Ballet is excited to involve children from the greater Chicago area," said Southport Performing Arts Conservatory's Artistic Director Altin Naska who will once again oversee the Chicago auditions and rehearsals for the Moscow Ballet's annual production of The Great Russian Nutcracker.
The labels mandate is to showcase "the Mariinsky Theatre's rich legacy and historical ties to the great Russian composers.
The star also recalls a film he saw in childhood, Taras Bulba ( It's based on a book by the same name, authored by the great Russian writer, Nikolai Gogol.
Carol Ann says: Vintage Books have re-printed D M Thomas' translations of the Selected Poems of the great Russian poet Anna Akhmatova (1889-1966).
Not even the might of the great Russian army could overcome and subdue the tribal warlords who have dominated the region for a thousand years.
If you see Russia as a strategic adversary -- and the restoration of Great Russian power politics under Vladimir Putin, to the detriment of the rule of law in domestic and foreign policy, does indeed speak for it -- then the West should fundamentally change its agenda.
When great Russian dancers arrive in the West, we tend to swoon over them.
Perhaps my friends there could stage a reunion with Jim - a street party and book-signing to honour a great Russian hero.
This story also has nothing to do with the reality of Kurdistan like the story of Tolasandn as well, and when someone reads it he feels that it is written by a Great Russian author and then Ibrahim Ahmed translated it into the Kurdish language.
Dziebel has doctorates in both history and anthropology and is currently both advisor to the Great Russian Encyclopedia and senior anthropologist at Crispin Porter + Bogusky advertising agency.
More than two dozen local children won roles in the Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutrcracker, to be performed at the historic Elsinore Theatre in Salem on Dec.

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