Kutuzov


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Kutuzov

Prince Mikhail Ilarionovich . 1745--1813, Russian field marshal, who harried the French army under Napoleon throughout their retreat from Moscow (1812--13)
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Kutuzov never talked about forty centuries looking down from the pyramids, or the sacrifices he was making for his country, or what he intended to achieve or had already achieved.
A big, strapping sort, built to carry weight, General Kutuzov has taken time to come to hand, but he impressed when humping 11st 9lb to victory over fences at Fontwell in May and races off just a 4lb higher mark here.
The Kutuzov Avenue office is one of a series of Uniastrum banking centers to be redesigned fully in line with the Bank's new corporate style.
They looked comfortable on the ball from the first whistle, with Vitaly Kutuzov and Pavel Sitko causing problems, and gave a searching examination to ring-rusty looking left-back Wayne Bridge, who was deputising for the injured Ashley Cole.
After their team put together a move of about 20 passes, Vitaly Kutuzov and Igor Stasevich were the creators on the right with the latter checking back inside after Bridge had dived in.
3) What Kutuzov has, and what he is able to trust, is the quality that sociologist Pierre Bourdieu (2000) called "feel for the game.
Timofei Kalachev and Vitali Kutuzov led Belarus to a 2-1 win over Luxembourg in Group G.
Timofei Kalachev gave Belarus the lead midway through the first-half and Vitali Kutuzov added a second 10 minutes after the break.
And the Russian commander, prince Mikhail Illarionovich Kutuzov, comes across as a fat fatalist in Tolstoy's War and Peace, nodding off to sleep during war councils, in keeping with Tolstoy's theory that history is governed by huge impenetrable forces, and generals and princes do not really matter.
The ball rolled out to Vitaly Kutuzov, who stroked it into the empty net and levelled the game at 1-1.
Brandenberger argues that the new patriotic ideology was consolidated and became even more russocentric during these years, as past invasions of Russia and military heroes like Dmitry Donskoi and Kutuzov were invoked to rally the Soviet Union against the Nazis.