dvornik

dvornik

(ˈdvɔːniːk)
n
(Professions) a Russian doorkeeper, caretaker, or groundsman
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On the evening of the third day Emelia urged me to go and see the officer of whom I have spoken, and whose address I had learned from our dvornik. More strictly speaking, I had noticed him when, on a previous occasion, he had come to play cards here, and I had followed him home.
Your dvornik was away from the gate talking to a sleigh-driver on the other side of the street.
KAZINFORM The intergovernmental agreement between Belarus and Uzbekistan on production and sci-tech cooperation was signed by Belarus Vice Premier Vladimir Dvornik and Uzbekistan Vice Premier Elyar Ganiyev in Minsk on 1 August, BelTA has learned.
Vice Prime Minister of Belarus Vladimir Dvornik and Deputy Prime Minister of Uzbekistan Elyor Ganiev have signed the agreement between the governments of Uzbekistan and Belarus on production, research and technology cooperation, BelTA reports.
Belarus, Uzbekistan sign bilateral agreements AKIPRESS.COM - Vice Prime Minister of Belarus Vladimir Dvornik and Deputy Prime Minister of Uzbekistan Elyor Ganiev have signed the agreement between the governments of Uzbekistan and Belarus on production, research and technology cooperation, BelTA reports.
Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus Vladimir Dvornik discussed this topic at a meeting of the intergovernmental commission on bilateral cooperation between Belarus and Uzbekistan on June 18.
March 22, 2017: Ellen Dement, JH Carter Dvornik, Olivia Jensen, Luke B.
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