tsarevna


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tsarevna

(zɑːˈrɛvnə) or

czarevna

;

cesarevna

(ˌsiːzɑːˈrɛvnə)
n
1. (Historical Terms) a daughter of a Russian tsar
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the wife of a Russian tsarevitch
[from Russian, from tsar + -evna, feminine patronymic suffix]
Translations
tsarevna
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In documents addressed to the authorities, the strel'tsy proclaimed loyalty to Peter, while during their trials they confessed to planning to do away with the tsar and place either the disgraced Tsarevna Sophia or Tsarevich Alexei on the throne.
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He gave the kindly old woman lines and motifs from Pushkin's skazka on the "Snow White" theme (1833), "The Tale of the Dead Tsarevna and of the Seven Knights"--another story of fidelity, winter, and patient waiting.
The appropriately bashful Tsarevna is wearing a white dress, with a few colorful splashes of sparkling embroidery that perfectly indicate her royal heritage.
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Tsarevna, trained by Jessica Harrington, landed the bumper by two and a half lengths under Peter Fahey.
18) Unfortunately, the most promising lead, a poetic tale about the murder of the Tatar tsarevna Kublaevna by the Germans, turned out to be a forgery.
As the years went slowly by, Our tsarevna, young and shy.
The bulk of these arrears (96-97 percent) came from peasants who lived on the land of various state agencies: the Construction Chancery, Palace Office, Court Stable Office, Cadet Corps Chancery, Admiralty Board, and Estate Chancery of Tsarevna Elizabeth Petrovna.
Catherine Cann, Princeton's costume designer, created a standard company outfit derived from the blocked colors and boxy shape of a Malevich figure, over which "special effects" were draped: the tsar's brocaded robe, a mourning gown for the tsarevna, a cassock for the monks, Prussian-style khaki for the tsar's commanders.
Nevertheless, the Supreme Privy Council neglected his claims and chose Tsarevna Anna Ivanovna instead.
At one point Tim Vasen wished to substitute the Tsarevna Ksenia for Maria Godunova as second victim.