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“It had also considerable problems with the cossacks and the tartars.”
“A Game of Shadows provides Ritchie with a licence to run wild with Gypsies, trade punches with cossacks, or just generally arse about in expensive hotels.”
“By that theory the Czar's cossacks "incentived" Russian jews to be more creative every time the cossacks burned the jewish homes in a pogrom.”
“Category: paul krugman, pejman yousefzadeh, the cossacks work for the Czar”
“Lands imperial armies had conquered, cossacks homesteaded, Bolshevik engineers industrialized, Red Army troops defended—all signed away, with a few strokes of a borrowed pen.”
“And sure enough, two hefty cossacks pulled out an enormous chest with several heads, which nightmarishly ‘observed’ those present with their glassy eyes.”
“Say what you like about Paulson, but he's merely a cossack, and as you know, the cossacks work for the czar (and his name is Dick Cheney).”
“Well, all I can say is, God bless Peggy Parsons: Star-belly Sneeches and modern day cossacks”
“Please welcome this tale of snowy mountains, quick-witted cossacks, and Russian monsters to Rage of the Behemoth.”
“It appeals to a species of tyrant who prefers candy to cannon and cossacks to get what he wants.”
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