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Kropotkin

[kroh-pot-kin, kruh-; Russian kruh-pawt-kyin] /kroʊˈpɒt kɪn, krə-; Russian krʌˈpɔt kyɪn/
noun
1.
Prince Pëter Alekseevich
[pyawtr uh-lyi-ksyey-yi-vyich] /ˈpyɔtr ʌ lyɪˈksyeɪ yɪ vyɪtʃ/ (Show IPA),
1842–1921, Russian geographer, author, and anarchist.
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  • Yes, he was a Red, and knew his Kropotkin, but he was no anarchist.

  • His ideas were related to those of Kropotkin and Elisée Reclus.

  • Kropotkin, for instance, requires only from four to five hours' work.

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  • But perhaps Prince Kropotkin had in mind some strain of cow that I have not yet heard of.

    The Affable Stranger Peter McArthur
  • It was early in the morning, and Kropotkin was still in bed.

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  • That afternoon Kropotkin attended the last performance of the Italian Opera.

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  • So Kropotkin wired, "Most cordial thanks, but cannot accept."

    Comrade Kropotkin Victor Robinson
  • Not even Kropotkin's enemies have denied his scientific ability.

    Comrade Kropotkin Victor Robinson
  • In 1872, Kropotkin joined the most important of these groups—the Circle of Chaykovsky.

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Kropotkin

/Russian kraˈpɔtkin/
noun
1.
Prince Peter, Russian name Pyotr Alexeyevich. 1842–1921, Russian anarchist: his books include Mutual Aid (1902) and Modern Science and Anarchism (1903)
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