- Vya·che·slav Mi·khai·lo·vich [vee-ah-chuh-slahf mi-kahy-luh-vich; Russian vyi-chyi-slahf myi-khahy-luh-vyich] /viˈɑ tʃə slɑf mɪˈkaɪ lə vɪtʃ; Russian vyɪ tʃyɪˈslɑf myɪˈxaɪ lə vyɪtʃ/, Vyacheslav Mikhailovich Skryabin, 1890–1986, Russian statesman: commissar of foreign affairs 1939–49, 1953–56.
- former name of Perm.
Examples from the Web for molotov
Contemporary Examples of molotov
A Molotov cocktail tumbled in an arc overhead and erupted briefly in a blaze.Mexican Protesters Look to Start a New Revolution
November 21, 2014
Armed with Molotov cocktails, furious Kurds have been firebombing schools, government buildings and political party offices.Kobani is Falling to ISIS in Syria. Kurd Protests Explode in Turkey.
October 10, 2014
(Last month, police raided the apartment complex, carting off boxes of Molotov cocktails).Ukraine’s Vigilante Peacemakers
May 17, 2014
ARC investigators found the rumors of ‘Molotov cocktails’ and sale of flammables from a supermarket had no basis in fact.The Real Clash of Civilizations
March 1, 2014
She had supposedly thrown Molotov cocktails at the police, and been on the frontlines of the violent protest.My Life Behind Kiev’s Barricades
February 21, 2014
Historical Examples of molotov
- the former name (1940–62) for Perm
- Vyacheslav Mikhailovich (vɪtʃɪˈslaf miˈxajləvitʃ), original surname Skriabin. 1890–1986, Soviet statesman. As commissar and later minister for foreign affairs (1939–49; 1953–56) he negotiated the nonaggression pact with Nazi Germany and attended the founding conference of the United Nations and the Potsdam conference (1945)