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How to use Moscow in a sentence
Shultz’s efforts on the Soviet Union were aided by first lady Nancy Reagan, who also urged her husband to make what became known as “the turn” in policy toward Moscow.George P. Shultz, counsel and Cabinet member for two Republican presidents, dies at 100 | Michael Abramowitz, David Hoffman | February 8, 2021 | Washington Post
Victoria Ivleva, 61, a photojournalist in Moscow, who also protested, says that in the mid-1990s Russia was “nearly a free country… you could say and do whatever you wanted”.'The Whole System Needs Changing.' The Russia Protests Are About More Than Just Alexei Navalny | Madeline Roache | February 5, 2021 | Time
In Moscow, the Soviets celebrated their latest space victory over America.Lunik: Inside the CIA’s audacious plot to steal a Soviet satellite | Bobbie Johnson | January 28, 2021 | MIT Technology Review
In the 2019 Moscow city elections—the first vote targeted by “smart voting”—the ruling party lost a third of its seats on the city council and saw its majority slashed to only five.'His Fight Is in Russia.' Why Navalny Flew Home Straight Into Putin's Clutches | Madeline Roache | January 18, 2021 | Time
In certain metropolitan areas like London and Moscow, Gett provides transportation services directly.Gett raises $115M more for its on-demand ride-hailing platform for business users | Ingrid Lunden | January 12, 2021 | TechCrunch
The Moscow protest was not sanctioned, which meant every participant risked arrest.
Kirill represented the Moscow Patriarchate at the World Council of Churches in the early 1970s.Remembering the Russian Priest Who Fought the Orthodox Church | Cathy Young | December 28, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
“He literally went underground to hold services,” Moscow-based dissident and journalist Victor Davidoff said in an email.Remembering the Russian Priest Who Fought the Orthodox Church | Cathy Young | December 28, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
On May 9, which Moscow commemorates as World War II “Victory Day,” Klaus paid a highly visible visit to the Russian Embassy.Vaclav Klaus, Libertarian Hero, Has His Wings Clipped by Cato Institute | James Kirchick | December 22, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Washington cannot let others—whether in Pyongyang or Beijing or Moscow, or Tehran—decide what Americans read or watch.
Moscow burnt by the Tartars, who had surrounded the city, and set it on fire at all points.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology | Joel Munsell
It was with great disapprobation that he heard Napoleon accept Caulaincourt's advice, and determine to advance to Moscow.Napoleon's Marshals | R. P. Dunn-Pattison
His corps bore its share in the horrors of the retreat from Moscow, forming for some time the rear guard.Napoleon's Marshals | R. P. Dunn-Pattison
He began his systematic musical education in 1860, at Moscow, under the guidance of Dubuque.The Life & Letters of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky | Modeste Tchaikovsky
His unusual powers were first recognised when he succeeded in founding the Moscow Conservatoire.The Life & Letters of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky | Modeste Tchaikovsky
British Dictionary definitions for Moscow
the capital of Russia and of the Moscow Autonomous Region, on the Moskva River: dates from the 11th century; capital of the grand duchy of Russia from 1547 to 1712; capital of the Soviet Union 1918–91; centres on the medieval Kremlin; chief political, cultural, and industrial centre of Russia, with two universities. Pop: 10 672 000 (2005 est): Russian name: Moskva Related noun: Muscovite
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Cultural definitions for Moscow
Capital and largest city of Russia, located in the west-central region on the Moscow River; Russia's economic and cultural center.
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