Ser·gei Yu·lie·vich [sur-gey-yool-yuh-vich; Russian syir-gyey-yoo-lyi-vyich], /sɜrˈgeɪ ˈyul yə vɪtʃ; Russian syɪrˈgyeɪ ˈyu lyɪ vyɪtʃ/, 1849–1915, Russian statesman.
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How to use Witte in a sentence
“It’s unfortunate, because our kids deserve a lot better,” Witte said.The Federal Government Promised Native American Students Computers and Internet. Many Are Still Waiting. | by Alden Woods, Arizona Republic | September 28, 2020 | ProPublica
He met and married his first wife, Jacqueline Witte, in 1949, when they were members of an acting troupe in Illinois.
To be sure, Witte's Repertorium biblicum is cited (p. 286), but this is the least useful of Witte's books.A History of Bibliographies of Bibliographies | Archer Taylor
The Witte and the Plaats are the two leading clubs at the Hague.Old People and the Things That Pass | Louis Couperus
Hoo-doo is nearly related to Po-vo-reek, who is the principal chief of Teer-a-Witte.An Account of the English Colony in New South Wales, Vol. 1 | David Collins
He went with the three young men, who, for his sake, did not go to the Witte; and they walked to Scheveningen.Small Souls | Louis Couperus
Upon my return from Japan, I showed the above diagram to M. Witte, who agreed that it was correct.
British Dictionary definitions for Witte
Sergei Yulievich (sjɪrˈɡjej juˈljevitʃ). 1849–1915, Russian statesman; prime minister (1905–06). As minister of finance (1892–1903) he tried to modernize the Russian economy
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