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Synonyms for Gorki

Russian writer of plays and novels and short stories

an industrial city in the European part of Russia

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"From the point of view of international law, this is absolutely unacceptable," Medvedev said in the interview at his suburban Gorki residence.
In "Thinking of Gorki While Clearing a Trail," she acknowledges her debt to Gorki: "a century later I carry him / like a pocket guide on this secret trail." In other nature poems, Kumin identifies her relationships to Gerard Manley Hopkins, Marianne Moore, Muriel Rukeyser, Rainer Maria Rilke, and William Butler Yeats.
In 1941, on their way back to the Ukraine from Murmansk, the family decided to visit one of my grandmother's sisters, who had married and settled in Gorki, now Nizhny Novgorod.
2: Bet you didn't know there was a band called Gorki's Zygotic Mynci?
1924: Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, pictured, father of the Russian Revolution, died of a brain haemorrhage at Gorki, outside Moscow.
1924: Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, father of the Russian Revolution, above, died of a brain haemorrhage at Gorki, outside Moscow.
GORKI, Russia, Rajab 25, 1432, Jun 27, 2011, SPA -- President Dmitry Medvedev on Monday praised a metals tycoon, whose party backs a second term for the Kremlin chief, and said they had similar views of Russia's future, a sign of support before parliament elections, Reuters reported.
The British group met the leader for tea at his residence in Gorki outside Moscow yesterday.