Vaclav . born 1941, Czech politician: prime minister of the Czech Republic (1993–97); president (2003–13)
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How to use Klaus in a sentence
No one, of course, was “repressing” Klaus or preventing him from “expressing his views,” something he does with abandon.
Wherever he travels, Václav Klaus can be assured a welcome reception from likeminded free marketers.
Through a spokesperson, Klaus does not deny that he and Cato parted ways.
On May 9, which Moscow commemorates as World War II “Victory Day,” Klaus paid a highly visible visit to the Russian Embassy.
Klaus espouses inflammatory views on a variety of subjects, some of which Cato happily embraced.
Klaus turned from the charred form, gradually sinking down the wall onto the floor.Second Variety | Philip Kindred Dick
Back along the rise Klaus struggled with a ring of claws circling around him.Second Variety | Philip Kindred Dick
Before I had gone by the nose of the old ship, who should I run into but Klaus, coming back from a spree.Tramping on Life | Harry Kemp
But our mother said Little Klaus's wife ought not to have taken Martha in.My Little Sister | Elizabeth Robins
Klaus held a knot of ribbon in his hand, which he had taken from Susanna's hair.A Sister's Love | W. Heimburg