- n. A transliteration of a Russian surname.
- Transliteration of Медведев (Wiktionary)
“Ivan Sekretarev/Assocatied Press THE MEDVEDEV SHOW: TV sets at a Moscow store showed Russian President Dmitry Medvedev delivering his annual address to lawmakers Tuesday.”
“Medvedev is simply a senior assistant to Putin, temporarily occupying the position of president of Russia," he said.”
“As to the great guessing game in the West about whether Medvedev is seeking to supplant his patron, Kasyanov just laughed.”
“The dilemma for Medvedev is how to pretend that he wants to change something.”
“There's no way Medvedev is going to fall in love with our beloved leader and weaken his military to make Obama happen.”
“Russian President Dmitry Medvedev is visiting China to meet government leaders, with energy cooperation high on the agenda for even closer ties with the world's second-largest economy.”
“Medvedev is simply reacting to American provocation, no more and no less.”
“Medvedev is definitely a good guy here, if we were to go all Bush-like and divide the picture into black and white.”
“Do you think, the 42 year old Medvedev is clueless too?”
“This must be the lawyer in Medvedev coming out … .. or it could be his crypto-Zionism showing its face – his way of seens as responding but not really not upsetting the Zionist applecart.”
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