from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Putin, Vladimir Vladimirovich Born 1952. Russian politician who has served as president of Russia since 1999.
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- proper n. A transliteration of a Russian surname.
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- n. Russian statesman chosen as president of the Russian Federation in 2000; formerly director of the Federal Security Bureau (born in 1952)
- v. set up for use
- v. keep or lay aside for future use
- v. introduce
- v. break into a conversation
- v. to insert between other elements
- v. make an application as for a job or funding
THE INFINITE PUTIN yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'THE INFINITE PUTIN'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: Moscow: Putin is supposed to leave office in March, unbelievably.
"carried out under putin" does not imply that Putin has murdered someone.
Inside, players were welcomed by the lifelike wax figure of Peter, all seven feet of him in a mantle of golden threads trimmed in fur, indicating with an outstretched arm the way to the high-stakes tables, although from certain angles there was something familiar in the twist of his mouth that inspired the nickname Putin the Great.
An English translation by Dave Essel, which appears under the title Putin: The Bottom Line: An Independent Expert Report, has been posted at www. russophobe.blogspot.com/search/label/essel.
The company would keep paying the fines, because they can't defend themselves in Putin's kangaroo court, but now Putin is forcing the company into bankruptcy.
Should we cede ISS to Russia because Putin is little more than a dictator?
Putin is not stupid, and realizes this reality of the need for an authoritarian regime to suppress expectations. lgl
Do you think that Russia under Vladimir Putin is an evil empire?
If Putin is indeed smarter than all the Ivy League grads that you listed, how much smarter is he than some 3rd place Alaskan beauty pageant finisher, who cannot even name any one of the magazines and/or newspapers she allegedly reads, skid mark?
And now when Putin is rearing his head and comes into the airspace of our nation, and the great state of Georgia being the home of so many great God-fearing Americans just like myself a regular family hockey-mom from Alaska, we have to act also with all our powers and all our strength into bringing the hope and freedom and justice to last wherever the Russian bears of hate may be lurking also.
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