Definitions

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  • n. an industrial city in the Donets Basin

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Sharansky was born in 1948 in Stalino, a city in the Ukraine.

    BARGAINING WITH THE DEVIL

  • You say you won't spit on soldiers as the New-Left Stalino-Fascists did in the 1970s.

    Fresh (And Unwussy) Air

  • Even worse for liberals to pontificate on a event they don't understand and don't care to figure out what has happened in the Holy Land since Yasser "Stalino-Hitler" Arafat made his debut.

    Bah Humbug!

  • From the headquarters in Stalino, Oberst von Hünersdorff directed the division as it went into action on 21 February in heavy blowing snow.

    Panzer Aces

  • In these days for quite a short time we use the airfield at Rowenki and then we move to Gorlowka, not far from Stalino, the center of the Donetz industrial region.

    Stuka Pilot

  • As it is a considerable distance from here to the present front we use two take-off airfields, one at Barwenkowo for the front on the Donetz at Isjum, the other at Stalino for missions on the Mius front.

    Stuka Pilot

  • Germany never having had a genuine democratic revolution, it is of course quite in order for these neo-Hegelians to look down disdainfully from the eminence of their Berlin anthill upon the revolutionary struggle of the Czechoslovak workers and students against the Stalino-fascist occupants of their country.

    Klugscheisser

  • On 6th February, Hitler's personal Kondor aircraft touched down at the Stalino airfield with a summons for Manstein to attend a conference at the Wolfsschanze.

    Barbarossa

  • We visited great cities and power facilities, including Sverdlovsk where the U-2 was brought down, and impressive industrial centres in European Russia and the Ukraine such as Kuibyshev, Stalingrad-whose heroic defence against the German invader will still be fresh in your minds and which was 95 per cent obliterated-Stalino, Kharkov, and, of course, Leningrad and Moscow.

    The Formidable Reality of Khrushchev's Russia

  • Army Group South pushed down from the Dnieper to the Sea of Azov coast, also advancing through Kharkov, Kursk, and Stalino.

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