Intourist

[in-too r-ist]

Origin of Intourist

< Russian Inturíst (acronym from inostránnyĭ turíst foreign tourist)
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  • We were evidently assigned compartments by Intourist and where we were assigned we'll sleep.

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  • One of the Intourist guides who had brought them from the railroad station stood to one side of the stairs.

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    Dallas McCord Reynolds

  • The Intourist guide had started off with twenty-five persons and had clucked over them like a hen all afternoon.

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    Dallas McCord Reynolds

  • Nevertheless, the Intourist guide went out of his way to avoid bringing his charges too near.

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  • After going to our hotel, I was called by the Intourist Office and asked to go there.

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    The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy