from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of west-central Russia on the Volga River east of Moscow. Founded in 1401, the modern city became the capital of a powerful Tartar khanate in 1455 but was conquered by Czar Ivan IV in 1552. In the 18th century it was an outpost of Russian colonization to the east. Population: 1,110,000.
- Kazan, Elia 1909-2003. Turkish-born American stage and film director whose credits include Tennessee Williams's A Streetcar Named Desire (1947) and the movies On the Waterfront (1954) and East of Eden (1955).
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- proper n. City in Russia, capital of Tatarstan, Russia.
- proper n. A county of Ankara province.
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- n. an industrial city in the European part of Russia
- n. United States stage and screen director (born in Turkey) and believer in method acting (1909-2003)
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In a uniformly strong cast, Kazan is like an Angel in America, carrying the torch of truth and reconciliation to the next generation.
Panathinaikos-Rubin Kazan 2: 45 p.m. DirecTV (485) * Seven matches available live online at foxsoccer. tv
Among the many things about the broadcast which intrigued me was the story of how the new Catholic church in Kazan, Russia got built.
Kazan is astounding in her quiet struggle, and the film was one of my favorites I saw last year. solomonkeller
Rubin Kazan-Panathinaikos 1: 30 p.m. DirecTV (481)
Dawson, 23, was named the top player at the women's field hockey qualifying tournament in Kazan, Russia.
Muslim prayer rooms are to be found in Kazan State University, where Tolstoy and Lenin studied.
Kazan is also reported to be considering building further plants in Zacatecas and Morelos.
Now Kazan is yours, we deliver our Khan to you, alive and unhurt – lead him to the Tzar.
Rubin Kazan-Barcelona 12: 30 p.m. Fox Soccer Channel