Nizhniy Novgorod love

Nizhniy Novgorod

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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A city of western Russia on the Volga River west of Kazan. Founded as a frontier post in 1221, it was formerly famous for its trade fairs. The city was renamed Gorky from 1932 until 1990 in honor of Maksim Gorky, who was born here in 1868.

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  • noun Alternative form of Nizhny Novgorod.

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Examples

  • Nomerz, from the western Russian city of Nizhniy Novgorod, travels around various cities in his homeland to carry out his art.

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  • She said: "God wants us to go to Nizhniy Novgorod and cleanse the world of sinners".

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  • She said: "God wants us to go to Nizhniy Novgorod and cleanse the world of sinners".

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  • Compare Shelley's Adonais, xxxi. 3: "as the last cloud of an expiring storm."] [Footnote 26: The Snake, the Iron and the Bald Mountains.] [Footnote 27: Nizhegorod is the "government" of which Nizhniy Novgorod is the capital.] [Footnote 271: A popular phrase, equivalent to: "How should I think of doing such a thing?"] [Footnote 272: Published by Senkovski, and under the censorship of the

    A Hero of Our Time

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