[lit-vee-nawf, -nof; Russian lyi-tvyee-nuh f]
- Ma·ksim Ma·ksi·mo·vich [muh-ksyeem muh-ksyee-muh-vyich] /mʌˈksyim mʌˈksyi mə vyɪtʃ/, 1876–1951, Russian Communist leader and diplomat.
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Litvinov felt sorry for the poor, embittered, eccentric creature.
Litvinov tried to drive Irinas image out of his head, but he did not succeed.
Litvinov put on a frock coat and a white tie, and set off to Irinas.
Litvinov stayed till after midnight, and went away later than all the rest.
Litvinov was silent again; the butterfly was struggling and fluttering as before.