Little Russia


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Little Russia

n
(Placename) a region of the former Soviet Union, consisting chiefly of Ukraine
Translations
Petite Russie
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I had a rather extensive connexion in Little Russia at that time.
Students of criminology will remember the analogous incidents in Godno, in Little Russia, in the year '66, and of course there are the Anderson murders in North Carolina, but this case possesses some features which are entirely its own.
The finding shows how little Russia has done to fulfill its ambitious green pledges.
20) As the commission's official publication put it, Polish rule of Little Russia had broken the "internal moral bond between the aristocracy and the people," "subjugated the simple folk to the unlimited power of aristocrats, torn them from their faith, and led them to despise their own nationality [narodnost'].
He is convinced that Moscow has missed the chance of influencing the United States over the intention to locate a theater missile defense in Europe, and that there is little Russia could do now.
EVERTON 1 Bilyaletdinov 88 WOLVES 1 Doyle 76 MICK McCARTHY'S men were chewing over what could have been, after allowing little Russia midfielder Diniyar Bilyaletdinov to snatch a late, late equaliser for Everton.
Kalymnos Camping Site is overrun by the BritisheI[logical not]Paphos District and Kyrenia also, not to mention Little Russia in Limassol.
There was little Russia could do as its former republics and Eastern European satellites grew closer--economically, politically, and militarily--to the U.
The horn solo which launches Tchaikovsky's Second Symphony had just a tinge of 'authentic' vibrato to set us off on this exploration of folk tunes from Little Russia.
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