Chernenko


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Chernenko

(tʃɜːˈɲɛŋkəʊ)
n
(Biography) Konstantin (Ustinovich) (kənstanˈtin). 1911–85, Soviet statesman; general secretary of the Soviet Communist Party (1984–85)
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1985: Russian leader Konstantin Chernenko was buried in Red Square as Mikhail Gorbachev became the youngest member of the ruling Politburo at 54.
Our front page announced new Soviet Union leader Mikhail Gorbachev - who succeeded Konstantin Chernenko - had offered a "friendly hand" to the West.
1985 Soviet Union president Konstantin Chernenko dies and is succeeded by Mikhail Gorbachev.
Navera said another witness, physical therapist Chernenko Galeng, testified on his treatment of Lieutenant Colonel Felipe Anotado, coaccused of Palparan in the abduction charges.
The situation remained like this until the end of the Chernenko administration in 1985, during which 'two unprecedented laws' were passed that 'increase[d] isolation of Western journalists' by preventing the population to talk freely to the Western press, as 'any contact between a Western reporter and a citizen c[ould] be treated as a criminal offense'.
Chernenko and Sunderam (2015) show that cash and cash-equivalent holdings play a key role in maintaining liquidity for shareholders.
By analogy, Sergey Chernenko and Aditya Sunderam show how open-end equity mutual funds, like banks, use cash management to accommodate liquidity demands even when the underlying securities are illiquid.
Cuando muere Konstantin Chernenko y Gorbachov, con 54 anos, es nombrado secretario general, la idea de la perestroika y la glasnost estaba en la cabeza del lider.
Chernenko, and Politburo commissions, and to limit contact with Presidents Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter.
I have seen a copy of the order authorizing the deployment of Soviet forces in Afghanistan and it was signed by only three persons: Brezhnev, Chernenko, and Andropov.
The "rule of corpses"Brezhnev's latter years followed by Andropov's brief stint on the Soviet thronehad ended in March 1985 with the passing of Konstantin Chernenko.
1 The IRA devastated the Grand Hotel in Brighton 2 Zola Budd hastily became a British citizen 3 Konstantin Chernenko succeeded Yuri Andropov as Soviet leader 4 York Minster was hit by lightning impossipuzzles "How is the maths club coming along?