dvornik

dvornik

(ˈdvɔːniːk)
n
(Professions) a Russian doorkeeper, caretaker, or groundsman
References in classic literature ?
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.
Your dvornik was away from the gate talking to a sleigh-driver on the other side of the street.
March 22, 2017: Ellen Dement, JH Carter Dvornik, Olivia Jensen, Luke B.
The project was talked about at a meeting held between Belarus' Deputy Prime Minister Anatoly Kalinin, Gomel Oblast Governor Vladimir Dvornik and executives of the Turkish firm.
Francis DVORNIK, Early Christian and Byzantine Political Philosophy: Origins and Background, II, Washington, 1966, pp.
We saw a strong opportunity to do the right thing for the environment and make some cost-effective improvements for our business," said Amy Dvornik, AFW's vice president of business development, about her firm's sand reuse project.
E interessante observar que a maioria dos autores julianistas se encarregaram de reforcar o papel de Juliano como um verdadeiro carrasco perseguidor dos cristaos, esquecendo de ressaltar que as acoes politicas dele nao se restringiram somente ao campo politico-religioso, ha de se salientar, tambem, seu papel no campo politico-militar e politico-administrativo, enfim, no campo politico-cultural; temas bem lembrados por Dvornik (1955).
According to Francis Dvornik, there are two principles that shaped the understanding of primacy in the Western and Oriental churches.
CE DVORNIK, E: Early Christian and Byzantine Political Philosophy.