Romanov


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a member of the imperial family that ruled Russia

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the Russian imperial line that ruled from 1613 to 1917

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On forum Kickback one posted: "Put Romanov in a cell where he belongs.
Hearts paid the outstanding December wages, hours after the SPL handed them a January 11 ultimatum, but Romanov insisted the league knew that would happen as a fee was due from Wolves for the transfer of Eggert Jonsson.
There's no question Romanov has turned them into a comedy turn.
Romanov asks rhetorically, "To Report, or Not to Report.
But Romanov, who has rocked Scottish football with some outrageous comments and overseas signings, admitted to some pre-match nerves.
Mikayel Israyelyan, currently proprietor of the recently opened Republic (previously his Bliss) on La Cienega Boulevard and the adjacent more casual eatery on Melrose Place dubbed Prana Cafe, also intends to introduce a second Prana Cafe next to Romanov.
The former Dundee manager sought assurances from majority shareholder Vladimir Romanov about Rix's future before he accepted the role, so it was no surprise he too moved on.
Romanov Jnr claims that Burley isn't entitled to anything because he was incapable of doing his job, although he refused to explain that position further.
The Tynecastle chief will meet members of the playing squad as speculation increased that head coach Graham Rix was not selecting the team - and Romanov was.
The Luton ace meets the highly-regarded Belarussian at the Goresbrook Leisure Centre, Dagenham, and while those firms that have bothered to get involved in the contest are right to make Romanov favourite, they may have erred in pricing the fighters so closely.
After Foulkes followed Anderton out, Romanov immediately installed his son, Roman Romanov, into both posts.
Former Hearts chairman George Foulkes has accused majority shareholder Vladimir Romanov of behaving like a dictator and regrets allowing him to buy into the club.
Since 1613, members of the Romanov family had ruled Russia as an autocracy (absolute rule by one person).
A new genetic analysis may finally allow former Russian Czar Nicholas Romanov II to rest in peace.