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  • n. a comrade (especially in Russian communism)


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  • They were classified as “special deportees” and forbidden to use the word tovarisch, or comrade, which was above them.

    The Gun

  • During this time, a period of surreptitious rehabilitation, he became a tovarisch again, though he lived with the worry of discovery.

    The Gun

  • I guess you were expected to subsidize that, tovarisch!

    Looks like Dennis has weighed in.

  • I asked him where he was from, and he gave a weary smile – tovarisch, the name, the accent, is it what you are thinkink?

    Thursday, July 23 – The Bleat.

  • Come now, tovarisch - you may not have personally ordered an artillery attack on the Duma, but like most thoughtful citizens under most legislatures, you must have felt a strong desire to do so…

    What else could be expected from Dembski? - The Panda's Thumb

  • But, as I say, have fun there in the hoary netherworld of your imagination, tovarisch Pravda.

    Sadly, No!

  • "" And what makes you think the Cold War is over, tovarisch? "my friend asked as he carefully took out a cigarette, lit it, and blew the smoke out the window.

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