Derzhava

Derzhava

 

(power; from Old Russian d’rzha, “dominion”. or “might”).

(1) A term denoting an independent sovereign state, as in the expression “the Great Powers.”

(2) In the Russian state, a golden orb with a cross or crown, which symbolized the monarch’s authority.

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The company was present with its Myasnaya Derzhava brand.
Taras Chukhlib, Hetmany i monarchy: ukrainska derzhava v mizhnarodnykh vidnosynakh 1648-1714 rr.
Elementy reguljarnogo planuvannja u mistah knjazhoi'Galychyny, Galyc"ko-Volyns'ka derzhava.
Besides additional OFZ placements, the offerings are starting today for Bank Derzhava, BO-01 worth 1 bln rubles and Delta Credit, 10-IP worth 5 bln rubles.
I doky bude sonechko siiaty Vichno bude zhyty Ukraina-maty Samostiina, vil' na, doroha derzhava, Slava Ukraini, i heroiam slava
El debate opuso a los "internacionalistas" del Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores, mas proclives a seguir el curso establecido, con los "neopatriotas" o los derzhavniks (de derzhava, "gran Estado"), que insistian en un mayor intervencionismo para la defensa de los intereses nacionales, incluyendo el uso de la fuerza.
His Derzhava party, which had hoped to capture up to 10 or 15% of the Duma vote, won only 2.
His Derzhava (Great Power) movement has already enrolled nearly a million members in twenty-six of Russia's fifty or so most populous regions.
The books are still open for buying Bank Derzhava, BO-01 worth 1 3.
The main foreign policy priority of the hardline Derzhava party, led by former Vice-President Alexander Rutskoy, is to restore Russia as a Great Power in its "natural boundaries," that is, the USSR's borders in 1975.
Derzhava, BO-1 worth 1 bln rubles and Life Consumer Finance B.
Gol'tsman designated it with the word derzhava (power), a rare word in the Soviet vocabulary and one that refers directly back to the expression samo-derzhavie (interpreted literally by autocracy and which served for the tsarist power as a means of designating itself).