- n. A transliteration of the Russian female given name Раиса.
“And my beloved new Russian Blue aristo-CAT 'Raisa', a high born pedigree (April 25, 2003 to mother Tzarina, father 'Yuriyi' and grandpa 'Rasputin' in Australia.”
“And why did the excellent Dianne Wiest, as the miserly and hypocritical Madame Raisa, have the body-language of a girl half her age?”
“TVGuide.com spoke to the 21-year-old actor about the episode (Monday, June 6, 8/7c, ABC Family), and how he and Adrian (Francia Raisa) will cope.”
“Lebedev runs and his son Evgeny run the Raisa Gorbachev Foundation, named after the wife of the last Soviet leader who died of leukaemia in 1999.”
“The two young girls he and his wife Raisa adopted have yet to forgive him for his part in the death of their parents.”
“Now that the truth is out, Leo, Raisa, and their family are in grave danger from someone consumed by the dark legacy of Leo's past career.”
“The world owes Gorbachev, his late wife Raisa, and Shevardnadze an enormous vote of thanks.”
““I am sorry for the delay, Madam President,” Raisa said with a slight Russian accent.”
““They also know that we have the slipstream drive,” Raisa said.”
“It then opened to reveal not only Secretary of Defense Raisa Shostakova, but Chief of Staff Esperanza Piñiero; Esperanza must have met Raisa at the transporter bay.”
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