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- n. one who supports a tsar
- adj. expressing support for a tsar
- adj. from the time of the tsar in Russia
- adj. autocratic
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- adj. of or relating to or characteristic of a czar
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As it emits colors on green and red, which is old Russia's principal color, it is also called tsarist Russia's national gemstone. discount links of london necklace The stone is a top quality gem and is found mostly in antique Russian ornaments.
Ballet Imperial, a plotless work set to Tchaikovsky's second piano concerto, is Balanchine's homage to the tsarist Mariinsky heritage.
Like the old tsarist version, the new Russian empire relies on the strong ties of the Russian Slavic identity, an ethnic group that accounts for roughly four fifths of its 140 million people.
The last most publicised case was in tsarist Russia in 1911-13 when Menahem Mendel Beilis, a foreman in a brickyard and a non-practising Jew, was charged with the murder of a 13-year-old boy, Andrei Yushchinsky.
Central Asian desert and grow cotton, which tsarist Russia lost access to when the American south, its supplier, began fighting the American north in the Civil
The crown and the double eagle are very reminiscent of the state emblem of tsarist Russia.
In this sense, Jones resembles the Ku Klux Klan or the Black Hundreds in tsarist Russia -- as do the Muslim radicals.
How else account, in the aftermath of a successful revolution intended to overthrow and then efface all traces of the hated legacy of tsarist rule, for finding ourselves with a leader who in every significant respect takes the tsars, especially Ivan, as his model, even to the extent of reinstating the law providing punishment for failure to denounce.
As a result of tsarist policies, Crews maintains, "Muslim men and women came to imagine the imperial state as a potential instrument of God's will," and engaged with it to renegotiate their own relationship with Islam as loyal subjects of the tsar.
That Herzen, as everyone knows, subverted the tsarist government from Siberian exile while writing an endless memoir called My Past and Thoughts.