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Ma·len·kov

 (mə-lĕn′kôf′, mä′lən-, mə-lyĭn-kôf′), Georgi Maximilianovich 1902-1988.
Soviet politician. An aide to Joseph Stalin, he served as deputy premier (1946-1953) and premier (1953-1955).
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Malenkov

(Russian məlɪnˈkɔf)
n
(Biography) Georgi Maksimilianovich (ɡɪˈɔrɡij ˌməksjimɪlˈjɑnəvjɪtʃ). 1902–88, Soviet politician; prime minister (1953–55). He was removed from the party presidium (1957) for plotting against Khrushchev; expelled from the Communist Party (1961)
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