Nikita Khrushchev

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Noun1.Nikita Khrushchev - Soviet statesman and premier who denounced Stalin (1894-1971)
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Nikita Kruschev was coming to our hotel for a meeting with government officials.
I Rwsia, Barack Obama bellach sy'n ymddwyn fel y gwnaeth Nikita Kruschev wrth osod saeoedd taegrau yng Nghiwba o fewn taiad carreg (neu'n llythrennol o fewn taniad taegryn) i arfordir yr Unol Daleithiau.
Russian counterpart Nikita Kruschev had delivered the ultimatum that if US forces attached Cuba, he would launch nuclear missiles at the United States.
Veiled in mystery until 1955, the Kremlin was closed to foreign tourists until it was re-opened at the start of the brief period in power of Nikita Kruschev.
The complex US-China relations could affect the Philippines, a US ally in the region, said Santiago, who envisageda possible repeat of the time when the former United Soviet Socialist Republic (USSR) used Cuba to impose economic sanctions against the US during the time of US President John Kennedy and USSR Prime Minister Nikita Kruschev in the mid-'60s.
El Capitulo 6 subraya el desconcierto de Neruda ante la desmitificacion de Stalin que inicia Nikita Kruschev, reflejado en ciertos poemas del Tercer libro de las odas (1957), y su reticencia a aceptar el creciente fracaso de la Union Sovietica que se transparenta en ciertos poemas de esta epoca, recogidos en libros como Estravagario (1958) y Navegaciones y regresos (1959).
He talked about the Cuban missile crisis in 1962, which pitted Kennedy against Russian leader Nikita Kruschev and had the world teetering on the brink of nuclear war.
President Eisenhower and Prime Minister Harold Macmillan arrived in Paris for a Big Four conference - but there was no sign of Soviet leader Nikita Kruschev.
Karl Marx held the view there was no need to fight capitalism as it would inevitably destroy itself and, in the 1960s, the Russian leader Nikita Kruschev held a similar view.