- n. A transliteration of a Ukrainian surname.
- From Ukrainian Янукович (Janukóvyč). (Wiktionary)
“Tymoshenko said on Saturday that she will fight the result of the vote in Ukrainian courts, calling Yanukovych's win illegitimate.”
“U.S. President Barack Obama called Yanukovych on Thursday to congratulate him on winning S.nday's presidential runoff.”
“Dmitry Medvedev called Yanukovych to congratulate him on his win, news service RIA Novosti said yesterday.”
“President Barack Obama called Yanukovych on Thursday to congratulate him on winning Sunday's presidential runoff vote.”
“At a Tuesday news conference, Yushchenko called Yanukovych's polling success a "defeat for the European direction of the country ... and a pure project by Moscow.”
“Kiev - Ukraine's parliament on Tuesday set February 25 as the date for the inauguration of president-elect Viktor Yanukovych - as his predecessor called Yanukovych's victory a setback for the country's "European direction.”
“Yushchenko, who has called Yanukovych's victory a "Kremlin project," did not make it past the first round of voting in January.”
“He called Yanukovych's pledge to allow the fleet to stay a "policy of being colonized.”
“Tymoshenko called Yanukovych a "coward" and a "weakling" for refusing televised debates.”
“She also called Yanukovych a "coward" and said she could smell the "scent of fear.”
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