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(ˈhaɪdʊk) ,




(Historical Terms) a rural brigand in the European part of the Ottoman Empire
[C17: from Hungarian hajdúk brigands]
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As a result of a personal deal between Russian Minister of Defense Shoigu and head of the Ukrainian presidential administration Serhiy Pashynsky, Filatov was sent back to Russia in exchange for Ukrainian Kontr-Admiral Serhii Haiduk and eight others then held hostage by the new Crimean authorities.
HAIDUK A An untamed hawk B A guerilla warrior C An ugly old woman who am I?
Rear Admiral Sergei Haiduk and an unspecified number of civilians were held for hours after the navy's headquarters in Sevastopol was stormed.
Ukrainian military spokesman Vladislav Seleznyov said the commander of the Ukrainian navy, Admiral Serhiy Haiduk, was driven away by what appeared to be Russian special forces.
Navy commander Admiral Serhiy Haiduk was whisked away from Sevastapol to be grilled by spooks thought to be from the FSB - Moscow's feared foreign spy agency which has flooded the region with pro-Putin propaganda and trouble-makers.
After the raid on the Sevastapol HQ naval commander Admiral Serhiy Haiduk was taken away by the Russians.
MOSCOW, March 20 (KUNA) -- Crimean authorities have released Ukraine's Navy commander Serhiy Haiduk after holding him for one day, the Russian news agency, Itar-Tass, said on Thursday.
Sergei Haiduk was detained and a news agency close to the Russian-backed local authorities reported that he had been summoned for questioning by prosecutors.
2009; Lange, Haiduk, Schwarze, & Eggert, 2011; Yagil, 2000).
Chief Warrant Officer Tony Haiduk, a career soldier, says he felt closer to God in Iraq and Afghanistan than he does in Colorado; he spent far more hours in prayer then than he does now.
She wrote her novels in German: Der Haiduk (1907), Der Pandur (1912), Cartea muntilor (The Book on Mountains) (1920), or Romanian Ceasuri sfinte (Holy Hours) (1921), Pe drumurile Indiei (Travelling across India) (1927).
el ladron noble o Robin de los bosques, el luchador perteneciente a una forma de resistencia primitiva o miembro de una guerrilla, al que llamare haiduk, y posiblemente tambien el temido vengador.