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  • n. Plural form of Kyivan.


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  • This doesn't seem to bother Kyivans who often enjoy a picnic on Shchekavytsia, from where all of Kyiv is visible.

  • The "Castle" has remained uninhabited for as long as the current generations of Kyivans can remember.

  • This place doesn't offer a strictly Ukrainian, but rather a Soviet-style atmosphere, which attracts nostalgic Kyivans and expatriates attracted to Soviet exotics and simple homemade food.

  • Kyivans are not surprised to see a veteran, maybe one missing a limb or two, begging for spare change in metro underpasses.

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  • Unfortunately for Kyivans, the city council majority has a strong desire to acquire or distribute the city's lucrative land holdings.

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  • Inaction by a Chernovetsky-controlled city council is far better (and cheaper) for Kyivans than action.

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  • Simply put, Chernovetsky has no right to take property away from Kyivans.

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  • That's why a whole crowd of Kyivans came to the city council to defend their own rights.

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  • Those in power are simply unresponsive to Kyivans.

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  • On these two days at least, Kyivans managed to uphold their rights and retain ownership of the city's precious land.

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