[pli-kah-nawf, -nof; Russian plyi-khah-nuh f]
- 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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Plekhanov said, "Similarities to the Egyptians and Sumerians."
"There are no gods, as you probably know," Plekhanov said flatly.
Plekhanov rumbled at him, "I'll explain our position, Chessman, if you please."
"Texcoco for me," Plekhanov grumbled, accepting the plan in its whole.
Plekhanov said churlishly, "And I am two hundred and thirty-three."
- Georgi Valentinovich (ˈɡjɪorɡji valɪnˈtjinəvjɪʃ). 1857–1918, Russian revolutionary; founder of Russian Marxism and leader of the Russian Social Democratic Workers' Party