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Synonyms for tsar

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a male monarch or emperor (especially of Russia prior to 1917)

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Now the cup is being displayed at London's Victoria & Albert Museum in an exhibition called Treasures of the Royal Courts: Tudors, Stuarts and the Russian Tsars.
Magnus, they said, can count on the Tsar's assistance on this issue, whereas Kettler himself was said to be interested in peace negotiations between the Tsar and the King of Poland-Lithuania, which may be harmed by such intrigues, and which therefore damage the interests of the whole of Christendom.
Russian Tsars and nobles had been participated this famous hunting in 18th and 19th centuries.
Iranian and Turkish ceremonial arms and armor were part of the Grand Attire, the most valued treasures of the tsar.
Pavel Odintsov, a supreme court spokesman, said: "The presidium declared as groundless the repression of Tsar Nicholas II and his family and rehabilitated them.
Government Respect tsar Louise Casey issued a list of 40 so-called Respect Areas which were leading the war against yob culture, including Birmingham and Sandwell.
Schram Rose is best with Tsar Nicoulai Caviar's Select California Estate Osetra, Gold Pearl Trout, and Beet & Saffron Whitefish.
We thank Linda McDougal for sharing her expertise in pulsed-field gel electrophoresis typing and the hospitals that participated in TSAR in 2000 and 2002.
It is indisputable, however, that Stalin admired Tsar Ivan, calling him "a great and wise ruler" (p.
Part One: The Icon and the World" focuses on two pivotal transformations of post-medieval Russian culture: the far-reaching reforms of Patriarch Nikon and Tsar Aleksey Mikhailovich to bring Russian liturgical and devotional practices into line with a supposedly more authentic Greek Orthodox model, and the westernization of Russian society by Tsar Peter Alekseevich.
Two books covering the lives of King George V, Kaiser Wilhelm II and Tsar Nicholas II, who led Britain, Germany and Russia into World War I, have been snapped up by publishers.
He was officially recognised by the Tsar for opening a new era in jewellery art.
In the glasnost' years immediately following her completion of The Image of Ivan the Terrible in Russian Folklore (Cambridge University Press, 1987), Maureen Perrie was amazed to find out that it was possible for Russian democrats to discredit Stalin simply by reminding their fellow citizens of their former leader's admiration for the sixteenth-century tsar.
The Government's accident and emergency tsar suggested doubling casualty staff to stop appalling delays, but top peasant Alan Milburn, the Health Secretary, soon put a stop to that.
Christened 'The Tsar's Train', toy dealer Jeffrey Levitt claimed it had belonged to Tsar Nicholas II and even produced an old photo showing the Russian imperial family with it.