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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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Patrick Healey-Kaye's Irishness was Russianized as Anton Dolin, while the London Jewish resonances of Alice Marks were disguised as Alicia Markova.
Russian placenames were to be de-Sovietized, but Russianized non-Russian names did not deserve the same treatment, and spellings such as Kyrgyzstan were just 'wrong'.
Smith's discussion of vowel harmony is part of a discussion of the choice of standard variety for Uzbek, where there was a real controversy over whether the standard should be based on the southern dialects, with a nine-vowel system, or the northern dialects (including that of the more Russianized captial Tashkent), which are at least analyzed conventionally as having a six-vowel system, with the six-vowel system eventually triumphing in 1934 (p.
One plan they digitally discussed flooded the city with plastic shopping bags festooned with the idahoan logo, which in its Russianized format resembles its U.
Tchukhlov joined because "Jews in Russia are not very religious and they're very Russianized.