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 (lĕr′mən-tôf′, lyĕr′mən-təf), Mikhail Yurievich 1814-1841.
Russian writer known for his novel A Hero of Our Time (1840) and for his many poems.

Lermontov

(Russian ˈljɛrməntəf)
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(Biography) Mikhail Yurievich (mixaˈil ˈjurjɪvitʃ). 1814–41, Russian novelist and poet: noted esp for the novel A Hero of Our Time (1840)

Ler•mon•tov

(ˈlɛər mənˌtɔf, -ˌtɒf)

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Mikhail Yurievich, 1814–41, Russian poet and novelist.
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