- n. A transliteration of a Ukrainian surname.
- From Ukrainian Ющенко (Júščenko). (Wiktionary)
“Returning to a political hobby horse -- the issue of Russian-language rights -- Yanukovich said he would act to end what he described as Yushchenko's "policy of discrimination" against Ukraine's huge Russian-speaking population.”
“Yushchenko's supporters set up rows of tents awash with orange on Kiev's main artery, and they pledged to maintain their vigil until Yushchenko is declared president, raising fears of civil unrest in this nation of 48 million.”
“The massive quantities of it found in Yushchenko's system caused chloracne, a type of adult acne caused by exposure to toxic chemicals.”
“One of the doctors at Saturday's news conference said the changes in Yushchenko's face will remain for a long time.”
“Yushchenko’s wife, Kateryna Yushchenko, is a former US State Department official who was also a White House employee under Reagan.”
“Mr. Yushchenko is a member of the Ukrainian Parliament and a former Prime Minister of Ukraine.”
“A Tymoshenko supporter, speaking through a loudspeaker called Yushchenko "Judas.”
“The leader of the Ukrainian Communist Party, Petr Simonenko, responded by calling Yushchenko a "scoundrel," according to the Kommersant daily.”
“The Brussels-based EU Observer called Yushchenko the most pro-European candidate in the Ukrainian election.”
“The protesting politicians called Yushchenko's planned election unconstitutional.”
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