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pussy

1. an informal name for a cat
2. a furry catkin, esp that of the pussy willow
3. a rare word for tipcat
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Like-minded women joined their ranks, and Pussy Riot pulled off a series of exhilarating stunts, emerging as the feminist vanguard of the Snow Revolution, the groundswell of discontent that, beginning in December 2011, brought unprecedented numbers of Russians into Moscow streets to protest election fraud, corruption, and Putinist repression.
Putin said the amnesty was not drafted with the Greenpeace activists or Pussy Riot in mind.
She and two other group members were arrested in 2012 when Pussy Riot made a brief, unauthorised performance in Moscow's main Orthodox cathedral denouncing Vladimir Putin.
La justice russe a rejete mercredi la demande de liberation de Maria Alekhina, egalement membre du groupe Pussy Riot, qui purge sa peine dans l'Oural.
Three members of the Pussy Riot collective faced religious censure, a long trial and hefty sentences after performing a "punk prayer" in a Moscow cathedral last year, their story attracting global attention and support.
At the gigs, she backed the two Pussy Riot singers who are jailed for a protest against President Vladimir Putin.
Fusing kneejerk politics and shock art, Pussy Riot's stunts are abrasive and crass.
Experts say the Pussy Riot name is worth a fortune.
A Russian appeals court has released Yekaterina Samutsevich, one of the members of Russian punk band Pussy Riot, but upheld the two-year jail sentences handed down to the other two members.
The conviction some weeks ago of three members of the agitprop punk-rock group Pussy Riot for "hooliganism motivated by religious hatred" turned the three young women into an international cause celebre.
JAILED punk rockers Pussy Riot have released a video in which they burn a portrait of Russian president Vladimir Putin.
Putin also addressed the case of three members of the punk group Pussy Riot, who were jailed for two years last month over their demonstration in Moscow's Christ the Savior Cathedral last February against Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill's support for Putin during the presidential elections.