Time of Troubles

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Time of Troubles

 

(Smutnoe Vremia, Smuta), the name by which Russian gentry and bourgeois historians referred to the era of the late 16th and 17th centuries. The term “Time of Troubles,” which was current among contemporaries, referred to the events that ensued upon the death of Ivan IV the Terrible in 1584 and ended with Mikhail Romanov’s accession to the Russian throne in 1613.

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When the first bitterness was over, the family accepted the inevitable, and tried to bear it cheerfully, helping one another by the increased affection which comes to bind households tenderly together in times of trouble. They put away their grief, and each did his or her part toward making that last year a happy one.
He had known Arsat years ago, in a far country in times of trouble and danger, when no friendship is to be despised.
Winnie the Pooh is there for you, especially in times of trouble.
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At times of trouble, the true character of any person shines through.
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And watching all these big women hard at work I started thinking about the outcry there'd be here if it was even suggested that the long-term unemployed should earn their benefits by helping keep cities moving in times of trouble.
In times of trouble, stress or to celebrate, we all need a local pub that welcomes you and makes you feel part of being there.
This tells us that, in times of trouble, Cameron surrounds himself with "posh boys" in his own image.
FACE FORWARD: MEETING CHALLENGES HEAD ON IN TIMES OF TROUBLE comes from a cancer thriver who uses her experience from cancer diagnosis to recovery to show readers how to take back control and live with more purpose.
Behind the door there''s a bed, a couch, or even a floor on which to lie Aroom in which to be quiet or fill full of noise And in times of trouble It''s a place to say a prayer and have a good cry For no matter how many times you return there You will never be turned away It''s a place of happy memories and sad ones too Sanctuary, there you can simply rest yet one day this sanctuary may simply fade away But you my daughter will be a woman and you my son, a man And you will have to create a sanctuary of your own For when your flesh and blood returns They will return to a sanctuary called home.