A nineteenth-century Russian author. He wrote plays, including The Cherry Orchard and The Three Sisters, and short stories.
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In a way, he was in a situation to the detainees Anton asked him about—nobody was coming to hear his truth.
Anton, from Russia Today, asked Borodai why he had to spend a night in the SBU jail.
Anton said that while he was in there he saw 50 detainees who had been waiting for days to have their cases heard.
The cameraman, Anton, had spent the night in a single cell without any chance to let his station know where he was.
New Yorker Anton Purisima claims a rabid dog bit him on a city bus.
This picture, and the portrait of Anton Rubinstein, remained for a long while the only adornments of his walls.
Anton Rubinstein had set him a second task—the translation of Gevaerts treatise on Instrumentation.
To these acquaintances we may add Anton Door, the well-known pianist, now residing in Vienna.
Anton Schmidt, a German literary celebrity, died at Salzburg, aged 71.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
First of all it was Anton Rafael Mengs, whose originally strong and great talent was distorted by the counsels of the learned.The History of Modern Painting, Volume 1 (of 4)|Richard Muther