Potyomkin


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Potyomkin

(Russian paˈtjɔmkin)
n
(Biography) a variant spelling of Potemkin
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The Potyomkin glassworks container is an imitation of an ancient vodka carafe, and this award-winning spirit is made in traditional copper vats.
FSB Major Alexei Potyomkin, who is on the run in Germany with his family, has claimed that he was there at the time and that members of his unit murdered the aid workers in error, mistaking them for Chechen rebels, the Telegraph reports.
The name was taken from a battleship Potyomkin and was immortalised in a film of the same name by a Russian producer.