Plekhanov

[pli-kah-nawf, -nof; Russian plyi-khah-nuh f]
noun
  1. Ge·or·gi (or Ge·or·gy) Va·len·ti·no·vich [gyi-awr-gyee-vuh-lyin-tyee-nuh-vyich] /gyɪˈɔr gyi və lyɪnˈtyi nə vyɪtʃ/, 1857–1918, Russian philosopher and leader of the Mensheviks.
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Historical Examples of plekhanov

  • Plekhanov said, "Similarities to the Egyptians and Sumerians."

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    Dallas McCord Reynolds

  • "There are no gods, as you probably know," Plekhanov said flatly.

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  • Plekhanov rumbled at him, "I'll explain our position, Chessman, if you please."

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  • "Texcoco for me," Plekhanov grumbled, accepting the plan in its whole.

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  • Plekhanov said churlishly, "And I am two hundred and thirty-three."

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British Dictionary definitions for plekhanov

Plekhanov

noun
  1. Georgi Valentinovich (ˈɡjɪorɡji valɪnˈtjinəvjɪʃ). 1857–1918, Russian revolutionary; founder of Russian Marxism and leader of the Russian Social Democratic Workers' Party
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