from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of southeast Ukraine in the southern Crimea on the Black Sea. A popular resort, it was the site of an Allied conference (attended by Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Joseph Stalin) in February 1945. Population: 80,100.
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- proper n. A city in Crimea, Ukraine.
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- n. a resort city in Crimea in the southern Ukraine on the Black Sea; site of the Allied conference between Roosevelt, Stalin, and Churchill in February 1945
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Nikolai Zlobin, director of Russian and Asian programs at the U.S. Center for Defense Information, said Russia had delivered the final blow at the system of international relations agreed by the anti-Hitler coalition in Yalta, and opened the door to what the United States and other Western countries have demanded for the past few years – a revision of the fundamentals of the current world order.
It originally arose during the Truman administration, when Yalta was made into a code word for treason.
He had an instant response to it, because he had been there in Yalta.
Mr Byers has made or is about to make a speech in Yalta, which is very pleasant at this time of the year.
Ros Myers, played by Hermione Norris, got away with participating in a global conspiracy called "Yalta" and then - officially, at least - being dead, before returning to succeed Carter as head of Section D.
Vladimir Putin and the Ukranian prime minister, Yulia Tymoshenko, in Yalta, which is in Ukraine.
Liberated from the fear that some new kind of Yalta might be secretly negotiated behind their backs, all three countries got down to the hard work of meeting NATO and EU criteria.
M.Donald, 56, rises around 4: 30 a.m. to exercise and often ends the day feeding a voracious reading appetite; right now, he's working on the new releases "Too Big To Fail" by Andrew Ross Sorkin and "Yalta" by S.M. Plokhy on his Kindle e-reader.
But a new kind of Yalta may be beginning - at that very same town in Crimea, and many like it, where Mother Russia yearns to look after her own.
The hair, dress, walk, dog, all told him she had been to Yalta before, even though he did not recall seeing her.