- From Russian Надежда (Nadéžda, "hope") (Wiktionary)
“A local official said earlier that the race - called Nadezhda or Hope - had started as planned.”
“Party "Nadezhda" [Valentina MATUSEVICH, chairperson] note: the opposition Belarusian Party of Labor [Aleksandr”
“In the Women's olympiad, Russia 1, led by the Kosintseva sisters, Tatiana and Nadezhda, and by the women's world champion Alexandra Kosteniuk, grabbed first place, winning all 11 matches, collecting 22 points.”
“Last year, she played the variation against the three Russian sisters, Nadezhda and Tatiana Kosintseva and their sister-in-arms, Alexandra Kosteniuk.”
“Peters was the only daughter of Stalin by his second wife Nadezhda Alliluyeva, who killed herself in 1932.”
“Nadezhda Markina is a standout as Elena, though everyone is strong.”
“Contributory factors were his suppressed homosexuality and fear of exposure, his disastrous marriage, and the sudden collapse of the one enduring relationship of his adult life, his 13-year association with the wealthy widow Nadezhda von Meck.”
“At the end of the campaign in September 1980, UNESCO bestowed the Nadezhda K.”
“Nadezhda: You're not planning to write such a poem, are you?”
“Nadezhda: Is the delay so you could come up with that?”
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