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  • It bore a neat brass plaque with the name Sergei inscribed on it.

    The Stolen

  • Although she was almost positive that he was one of the ones from the night she’d been ambushed by the Tenth Blade, the other kizekh, the woman, had called him “Dima,” but tonight he had introduced himself as “Dmitri,” and she was pretty sure that was the name Sergei had used, too.

    The Stolen

  • The name of Sergei Parajanov, a Soviet Armenian director, may not ring a bell, but he was one of the true rebels who paid for his art with five years of imprisonment.

    Edward Goldman: The Road to Art Hell Is Paved With Good Intentions

  • Parrish scored his third-power play goal, and fourth of the season, when he tipped in Sergei Zubov's shot from the blue line at 8: 13 of the middle session.

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  • But the Red Wings did make an offer on Marian Hossa, and they are interested in Sergei Fedorov.

    Kevin Allen's trade deadline tracker

  • His older brother Sergei is nowhere near the logistics expert that Viktor has shown himself to be.

    Quartermaster to the Barbarians « Isegoria

  • Ryan Malone put the Penguins up 5-4 about 5 minutes into the third, tipping in Sergei Gonchar's shot from between the circles.

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  • Three minutes later, Higgins was stationed along the goal line during another power play and steered in Sergei Samsonov's shot.

    USATODAY.com - Hockey - Montreal vs. Buffalo

  • And Sergei is far too involved with the Silence, his former employers, for Wren's liking.

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  • "Sergei is a guy that really settles things down out there, and he always seems to find the right guys and make the right pass coming out of our zone, and he makes it look easy," Bruins coach

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