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(zɑːˈrɛvnə) or




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]
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Recently she also made her Australian operatic debut singing the role of Tsarevna in Kashchey the Immortal, which The Age described as a resplendent rarity.
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.
"Overheard in Svetlodarsk" began last spring "out of humor, but gradually we moved from people's secrets to the topic of war," Marina Tsarevna, the administrator of the group, said in an online interview.
As the years went slowly by, Our tsarevna, young and shy.
Carol-Anne Millar was superb as the elusive The Firebird, well supported by Matthew Lawrence (the hero Ivan Tsarevich), Laetitia Lo Sardo (his betrothed Tsarevna) and Valentin Olovyannikov (the very scary villain Kostschei).
Bakst designed the costumes for both the Firebird and the Tsarevna, and the difference, symbolic of their fairy-tale characters, could not be more pronounced.
The Sand and Gravel Products flat race will be a hot betting race and Tsarevna, who overcame a long absence to win well at Naas recently can go in again today for Jessica Harrington.
Tsarevna, trained by Jessica Harrington, landed the bumper by two and a half lengths under Peter Fahey.
Along the way, Ivan meets various fairy tale characters: Baba Iaga, the witch, and her daughter; Gorynych, the three-headed snake; Misha, the bear; a group of devils; the Wise Man; 'Tsarevna Nesmeiana', or Princess Neverlaugh.
(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.
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 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.