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Orlov

(ˈɔːlɒf)
n
(Biography) Count Grigori Grigorievich. 1734–83, Russian soldier and a lover of Catherine II. He led (with his brother, Count Aleksey Grigorievich Orlov, 1737–1808) the coup that brought Catherine to power
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"Everything depends on the negotiations with Khamenei," explained Vladimir Orlov, president of the Russian Centre for Political Studies.
(44) There, two White Russian emigres, Vladimir Orlov and Mikhail Pavlunovsky, stood trial on charges of having sold faked documents to an American journalist, Hubert Knickerbocker; the documents purported to prove that Borah had taken money from Red agents.
Stanley Johnston; visual effects supervisors, James McQuaide, Vladimir Leschinski; visual effects, Furious FX, Sub/Par Pix, Celluloid VFX; stunt coordinator, Vladimir Orlov. MPAA Rating: R.

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