moscovite

moscovite

[′mäs·kə‚vīt]
(mineralogy)
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The men who set the tone in conversation- Count Rostopchin, Prince Yuri Dolgorukov, Valuev, Count Markov, and Prince Vyazemski- did not show themselves at the Club, but met in private houses in intimate circles, and the Moscovites who took their opinions from others- Ilya Rostov among them- remained for a while without any definite opinion on the subject of the war and without leaders.
La sortie moscovite de Bachar El Assad a ceci de spectaculaire qu'elle scelle une alliance strategique pour combattre le terrorisme.
From having Kuznetsov on the rack there was a mini wobble and the Moscovite rattled off three games on the trot as the eighth seed's frustrations got the better of him, especially when serving a double fault to hand a break back.
An overnight trip offered us 24 hours to explore the capital's main sights, experience a slice of Moscovite culture and luxuriate in one of the city's most beautiful hotels, complete with rooftop bar and breathtaking views.
C'est pour l'instant le gros point noir du rendez-vous moscovite, et la matinee de mardi n'a pas deroge a la regle avec un stade Luzhniki de 84.
Cette campagne qui s'etale sur tout le mois d'aout dans les medias (trois radios locales), ainsi qu'a travers des panneaux publicitaires lumineux et des affiches au niveau des stations du metro moscovite, met en exergue la richesse et la diversite du produit touristique marocain.
Left, Moscovite has a sip, left, as well as driver, right
Minaev describes a few days from the life of a young Moscovite who maintains the same uncritical belief in the transcendent, magical power of labels and brands.
Le Matin" scrie ca taranul roman, care s-a aratat ostil bolsevismului in timpul mobilizarii, cand suferea multe lipsuri, acum cand este proprietar, este cu totul dusman al tentatiunilor moscovite.
He describes the era of the Mongol occupation and the growth of a martyr culture, and he discusses Moscovite Russia's relation with its church.
the queen Whose sceptered rule the ocean owns: The farthest Indian shores have seen Her banner; and the utmost isle That sees the dying sunset smile Beholds her ever wandering sails;-- The Moscovite before them quails