tsarist


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Adj.1.tsarist - of or relating to or characteristic of a czartsarist - of or relating to or characteristic of a czar
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tsarist

[ˈzɑːrɪst] ADJ, Nzarista mf
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tsarist

tzarist, czarist [ˈzɑːrɪst] adjtsaristetsetse fly [ˈtsɛtsiflaɪ] nmouche f tsé-tséT-shirt tee-shirt [ˈtiːʃɜːrt] ntee-shirt m
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tsarist

nZarist(in) m(f)
adjzaristisch
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tsarist

tzarist, czarist [ˈzɑːrɪst] adj & nzarista (m/f)
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The tsarist administration was humane: a straitjacket was put on him and he was brought to Saint Petersburg for treatment, but he escaped there and became a terrorist," Juozaitis said.
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Dame Helen's grandpa Pyotr was a tsarist officer in London when the Bolsheviks came to power.
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They cover the period from the time of Peter the Great (the early eighteenth century) to the eve of World War II; for shorthand I shall use 'Russia' to indicate both the Tsarist and Soviet periods.
Fishman divides the book into two sections, the first dealing with the emergence of modern Yiddish culture, mainly literature, press and theatre, in tsarist Russia from the late nineteenth century to World War One; and the second focusing on Yiddish culture in Poland between the wars.
In this book, part of the growing literature on the politics of alcohol in Russian/Soviet history, Patricia Herlihy explores various attempts launched by both civil and official groups, with greatest focus on temperance societies, to curb alcohol abuse at the end of the tsarist era.
But much of its fame is down to the excellent musical Fiddler on the Roof itself which tells the story of a hard-working Jewish community in Tsarist Russia.
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At House of Fraser, which has a store in Leamington, inspiration comes from Tsarist Russia with fake fur cossack hats, ethnic Astrakhan funnel- neck coats and folk-style embroidered tops.
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