from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Catherine II Known as "Catherine the Great.” 1729-1796. Empress of Russia (1762-1796) after her husband, Peter III (1728-1762), was deposed by a group led by her lover. She vastly increased the territory of the empire through conquest and three partitions of Poland.
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- n. The use of a multiboot configuration.
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