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- Shevchenko, Taras Grigoryevich 1814-1861. Ukrainian poet who is considered the father of modern Ukrainian literature.
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- proper n. A Ukrainian surname.
- proper n. Taras Shevchenko, a Ukrainian writer (1814 – 1861).
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- n. Ukranian poet (1814-1861)
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On request of the audience, I read poems by Taras Shevchenko from the book that I brought to the Sonoma activists.
Mad, bad and dangerous to knowDidier Drogba, having seen off the challenges of Andriy Shevchenko, Hernán Crespo and Nicolas Anelka, has probably scent-marked Fernando Torres's peg at Cobham.
At half-time in one game Mourinho instructed his players to pass only to Andriy Shevchenko because "Didier is having trouble keeping hold of it".
Serginho, the much-maligned Brazil centre-forward of 1982, is perhaps the most controversial example, while Stephane Guivarc'h did something similar for France in 1998, while Andrea Pirlo's reinvention as a deep-lying regista at Milan owed at least something to the ball-winning Andriy Shevchenko did in front of him.
Let them learn from [Andriy] Shevchenko or Blokhin and not from some Zumba-Bumba whom they took off a tree, gave him two bananas and now he plays in the Ukrainian League.
To restore the fountain of youth and freshness, the new man will have to have autonomy, and will not want to arrive at the training ground one morning to find an Andriy Shevchenko or Torres gift-wrapped in Russian ribbons.
At international level a goal in the opening game at Euro 96 for Alan Shearer, on the back of a two-year international drought, propelled him towards becoming the tournament's top scorer – but even during his fruitless streak with England Shearer was banging in goals for Blackburn; conversely, when Andriy Shevchenko, the Chelsea flop that Torres must dread emulating, was failing to score frequently for his club, he continued to net regularly for Ukraine.
But Fernando Torres, at £50m, could be another Abramovich vanity project: potentially a Spanish Andriy Shevchenko.
Answer below9: Grant Holt's Norwich goal tally – the same number that Andriy Shevchenko managed for Chelsea in three seasons.
The former Chelsea forward Andriy Shevchenko rounded off the second-leg rout to complete a 4-0 win in Kiev, to add to last week's 4-1 triumph in Turkey.