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Vyshinsky

(Russian viˈʃinskij) or

Vishinsky

n
(Biography) Andrei Yanuaryevich (anˈdrjej jənuˈarjɪvitʃ). 1883–1954, Soviet jurist, statesman, and diplomat; foreign minister (1949–53). He was public prosecutor (1935–38) at the trials held to purge Stalin's rivals and was the Soviet representative at the United Nations (1945–49; 1953–54)
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Lecount's master made his appearance at two o'clock, he stood alarmingly in need of an anodyne application from Mrs.
The air was heavy with the perfume of the flowers, and their beauty seemed to bring him an anodyne for his pain.
When Rosamond was quiet, and Lydgate had left her, hoping that she might soon sleep under the effect of an anodyne, he went into the drawing-room to fetch a book which he had left there, meaning to spend the evening in his work-room, and he saw on the table Dorothea's letter addressed to him.
But still later, in the slough of brain-fag and intellectual weariness, I was to remember and know the craving for the anodyne that resides in alcohol.
I was living too high to stand in need of an anodyne.
Yet I was unaware of any need for the drink anodyne.
Mercy on us, Anne, you've flavored that cake with ANODYNE LINIMENT.
I shall always be pointed at as the girl who flavored a cake with anodyne liniment.
The anodyne of muddledom, by which most men blur and blend their mistakes, never passed Leonard's lips--