St. Petersburg love

Definitions

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a city in western Florida on Tampa Bay; a popular winter resort
  • n. a city in the European part of Russia; 2nd largest Russian city; located at the head of the Gulf of Finland; former capital of Russia

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Examples

  • On Saturday, July 15, at 8:45 A.M., Rice had another conference call, starting with my explaining where things stood in New York, and with Rice stressing that she wanted this wrapped up before the Bush-Hu meeting in St. Petersburg the next day.

    Surrender is not an Option

  • Bertie Stop-ford, a British diplomat, was changing for dinner in the center of St. Petersburg in March 1917.

    The Dragon’s Trail

  • The first crates arrived back in St. Petersburg on November 19, and that night a modest banquet was held in the Malachite Room to celebrate.

    The Dragon’s Trail

  • Behind Sikharulidze is the perfectly coordinated work of the St. Petersburg school, from the talent spotters up to the junior coaches up to the world-class Velikovs, and finally by lateral transfer to Moskvina.

    THE SECOND MARK

  • When several thousand peasant delegates came to St. Petersburg in November 1918 to attend a Congress of Rural Poverty, organized in the newly named Palace of Art, it was discovered after they left that they had filled the palace bathtubs and many rare Sèvres, Meissen, and Oriental vases with excrement.

    The Dragon’s Trail

  • Politifact.com, the Pulitzer Prize-winning fact-checking service of the St. Petersburg Times, has rated the statement as "barely true."

    As potential candidate, Perry a wild-card in Iowa

  • When I arrived in Florida in mid-May 1996 for the Gulf Coast Half Ironman Triathlon, I drove up with a friend from St. Petersburg to Panama City Beach, an eight-hour drive that landed us there in the dark so we were totally unaware of what the ocean was doing.

    The Grace to Race

  • Troinitsky wrote a deftly conciliatory letter, conceding that some of the Hermitage collection might be shared with other museums but arguing that all the art works must first be returned to St. Petersburg for assessment.

    The Dragon’s Trail

  • At first Russia and Austria drew all the closer together in the Treaty of St. Petersburg of 1 April, 1760.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • But to see Yelena Berezhnaya here in St. Petersburg was confusing.

    THE SECOND MARK

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