Alexander Nevsky

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Alexan′der Nev′sky

(ˈnɛv ski, ˈnɛf-, ˈnyɛf-)
(Aleksandr Nevski) 1220?–63, Russian prince, national hero, and saint.
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With the three new ballistic missile submarines "Yury Dolgoruky", "Aleksandr Nevsky" and "Vladimir Monomakh" in operation the number of additional nuclear warheads sailing the Barents Sea have increased by some 200 the last few months.
( RT News reported Friday's successful test launch, done during the night, was the second for K-550 Aleksandr Nevsky. The latter had been described as a new generation of boats carrying Bulava nuclear missiles.

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