Pugachov


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Pugachov

(ˈpʊɡətʃɒf)
n
(Biography) Yemelyan Ivanovich. 1726–75, Russian Cossack rebel, leader of a major revolt against the government of Catherine II: executed
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Pugachov, "Possibilities to reduce cogging torque of PMSG with non-overlapping concentrated windings", 15th Int.
El que habla es--un artesano, ojos negros como el carbon, barba negra, tiene algo del Pugachov (4) tierno.
The Captain's Daughter" and "A History of Pugachov.
La segunda es su afan comparatista, ya sea contrastando a la revolucion mexicana con otros movimientos revolucionarios mundiales, o con otros movimientos sociales de la historia de Mexico, como la guerra de Independencia; ya sea comparando a Villa con otros lideres revolucionarios mexicanos, como Emiliano Zapata, o con otros rebeldes de la historia mundial, como el cosaco ruso del siglo XVIII, Yemelian ivanovich Pugachov.
Tres levantamientos populares, Pugachov, Tupac Amaru, Hidalgo, Mexico, Centro de Estudios Mexicanos y Centroamericanos, 1992, pp.
El cosaco Pugachov agrupo en el rio Yaik en los Urales, un ejercito rebelde y estaba a punto de asaltar a la importante ciudad de Kazan.
The Pugachov rebellion of 1773-4 made her particularly sensitive to the risk of any fresh shocks to the social or political order, and she came to accept the inevitability of gradualness.
Other byliny may relate events from the reigns of Ivan the Terrible or Peter the Great, or deal with the Cossack rebels Stenka Razin and Yemelyan Ivanovich Pugachov.
El ejercito polaco cruza en esas paginas las estepas que cruzaron antes, en La bija del capitan de Pushkin, los sublevados de Pugachov.
Five volumes have already appeared-- Ruslan and Lyudmila (2009: dual-language text, reprinted in 2012) Boris Godunov and the Little Tragedies (2010) Eugene Onegin (2011: dual-language text) The Queen of Spades and Shorter Prose Fiction (including unfinished works) (2011) The Captain's Daughter and A History of Pugachov (2012)
Tres levantamientos populares: Pugachov, Tupac Amaru, Hidalgo, Mexico, CEMCA, CONACULTA, 1992, pp.
Alongside the theme of Peter the Great, the motif of a popular peasant rising acquired growing importance in his work, as is shown by the unfinished satirical Istoriya sela Goryukhina (1837; The History of the Village of Goryukhino); the unfinished novel Dubrovsky (1841); and finally, the most important of his prose works, the historical novel of the Pugachov Rebellion, Kapitanskaya dochka (1836; The Captain's Daughter), which had been preceded by a historical study of the rebellion, Istoriya Pugachova (1834; "A History of Pugachov").