[kroh-pot-kin, kruh-; Russian kruh-pawt-kyin]
- Prince Pëter A·le·kse·e·vich [pyawtr uh-lyi-ksyey-yi-vyich] /ˈpyɔtr ʌ lyɪˈksyeɪ yɪ vyɪtʃ/, 1842–1921, Russian geographer, author, and anarchist.
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Examples from the Web for kropotkin
The chorus to another song, “Kropotkin Vodka,” demands “the f**king end to sexist Putinists!”The Feminists of Pussy Riot and Femen Who Stood Up To Putin
March 10, 2014
Yes, he was a Red, and knew his Kropotkin, but he was no anarchist.The Mutiny of the Elsinore
His ideas were related to those of Kropotkin and Elisée Reclus.
Kropotkin, for instance, requires only from four to five hours' work.British Socialism
J. Ellis Barker
But perhaps Prince Kropotkin had in mind some strain of cow that I have not yet heard of.The Affable Stranger
So Kropotkin wired, "Most cordial thanks, but cannot accept."Comrade Kropotkin
- 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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