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Baranov

[ buh-rah-nuhf ]
/ bʌˈrɑ nəf /
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noun
A·le·ksandr An·dre·ye·vich [uh-lyi-ksahn-druhn-drye-yi-vyich], /ʌ lyɪˈksɑn dr ʌnˈdryɛ yɪ vyɪtʃ/, 1747–1819, Russian fur trader in Alaska.
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How to use Baranov in a sentence

  • But they hurried out again as soon as this piece of business was transacted, anxious to renew their acquaintance with Baranov.

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  • The building on the hill was of logs like the rest, and proved to be the castle of stern old Governor Baranov.

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  • “That is Solomon Baranov, the best shot in these parts,” explained the storekeeper, leading the way into his shop.

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  • He telegraphed to Baranov, and Baranov was so kind as to send it to me.

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