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I'm an Igor, thur. We don't athk quethtionth."
"Really? Why not?"
"I don't know, thur. I didn't athk.
I know him. He's a hot chilli pepper, just like me!
(on Valeri Bojinov)
I speak a little bit of Russian.
Kerensky he dismissed in yet another snappy line, describing him as 'a balalaika on which they play to deceive the workers and peasants'.
You know my last name, but I didn't catch yours." "Danko," she said. Then, anticipating his next question: "My dad is from Slovakia." "That's near Kansas, right?
But he just pushed her away and said, 'Pokhoda, cyka!' Walk, bitch. She did. They went off down toward the bus stop. And that was it." "You speak Russian?" "No, but I have a good ear and a computer.
I want you to know my name.
The name I was given, not the title I took for myself.
Will you have it?
Courage: Great Russian word, fit for the songs of our children's children, pure on their tongues, and free.
Fancy me between Scylla and Charybdis.
What would I have been if not for perestroika? An engineer with a pathetic salary.
Barkovsky and Petrov had turned
Don't take your hands off me even once tonight. (Vlad)
Dorkangelo" - Marc Hunter
That's a pretty story,' said Afanasievna as she let go of Ansky's genitals. 'A pity I'm too old and have seen to much to believe it.'
It has nothing to do with belief,' said Ansky, 'it has to do with understanding, and then changing.
Her name was Dominika Egorova. She was a ballerina, an officer in the SVR, a Sparrow trained to bend others' minds. She loved and was loved in return.
Kakimi chertyami oni viigrali holodnuyu voinu?"
This translates roughly to: "How the hell did these people win the Cold War?
Sergeant Stephan Schneider
Anatoli Tarasov, the guy that created the Soviet style of play, was a visionary. He was a creative thinker. He studied ballet and chess and art and read a lot.
Close with a Frenchman, but out-maneuver a Russian.
illustrated magazine: Nekrasov, 'the people's poet' (see note 15), was a contributor to Spark, an illustrated satirical journal published in Petersburg from 1859 to 1873.
Why did you call me that?"
"Cinda? Because no one else does.
One question that people always ask at home is never asked here: "What happened to Communism in Russia?" Everybody yawns when a visitor brings it up, because the answer is so obvious to every Russian. The answer is that there never was Communism in Russia; there were only communists.
The smylere with the knyf under the cloke.
I paid too heavy a price for perestroika.
To my way of thinking, Troitzky has no peer among endgame compsers; no one else has composed so many and such varied endings of the first rank.
YURIT - discover it!
You really don't get how amazing you are, do you? Well let me make it really clear for you - so amazing that I would risk everything, just to let you know. Just to tell you I love you, Sergei. I love you. I love you more than my life
Don't add an eezy to my name, 'cause it has never been that'
Her Squire, Celena, Ms. Blood Rite, I-kill-anything-that-breaks-formation, is on her way over here to have a word with you. Since Celena isn't real big on conversation, I'm taking that as a euphemism for 'kick your ass.' (Rafael)
The joy of seeing Yuri Gagarin flying in space is only superseded by the joy of a good penalty save.
I'm the biggest Chekov fan - there's something that he does that not many other writers do.
Vasily chortled. "What a diplomat you've become! You've a most refreshing way about you. Given time, I have no doubt that, despite your humble antecedents, you will learn to conduct yourself with the restraint and elegance of a noblewoman."
"You mean I'll learn to shut up?
Veni, vidi, flevi.
I came. I saw. I cried.
As soon as he disappears around the corner, CeCe, the secretary who occupies the left side of
Barcza is the most versatile player in the opening. He sometimes plays P-KKt3 on the first, sometimes on the second, sometimes on the third, and sometimes only on the fourth move.
[A woman waiting for him in the Kremlin asked Gobachev] "Was communism invented by a politician or a scientist?" [He replied] "Well, a politician." She said, "That explains it. The scientist would have tried it on mice first."
I owe a lot to this club and the supporters who were always there for me. They supported me even when I was suspended.
(on his former club CSKA Sofia)
Hell yeah," Danika
But Celida's presence meant more to him than anything.
It [Bach's cello suites] is like a great diamond," said [Mischa] Maisky in a thick Russian accent, "with so many different cuts that reflect light in so many different ways.
Oh, Karamazov, I am deeply unhappy.
You are Tadeusz Radecki? I am in the right place?' 'I know who I am. What I want to know is who you are.
Zendagi migzara. Life goes on.
I love Chekhov. I could go on all day about him.
Pay attention to this witch.
A donkey takes you to a knight
Him you conquer in a fight.
Then you wed a princess who
Is even uglier than you.
Ha ha ha and cockadoodle,
The magic words are 'Apple Strudel
'Cerebus' is my attempt at a literary work.
A Russian imbues his polite things with a heartiness, both of phrase and expression, that compels belief in their sincerity.
What about life, Ninotchka? Do Russians never think about life, of the moment in which we are living? It's the only moment we ever really have.
the Kamchatka Peninsula." "What do you say?" "We're betting if the man and the picture matched, neither was Kyle Donovan." Jake's eyes narrowed. "Bad news." "For Donovan, certainly. He probably got that chunk of Mother Russia they offered you. But bad for us? We don't know.
I cannot think of a greater symbol of human resistance and courage than our Nobel laureate colleague Andrei Sakharov.
We also learned our own history and I was so grateful that such richness comes from our family stories. Now we will forever remember the day that a Russian cellist spoke the heart of Czech people. Rostropovich loved Prague and so he viewed that performance as a personal tragedy.
Any highlights you discovered that you'd like to share?"
"Don't worry - not every detail will make it back to Kovalev." Smirk. "Such as the arsenal you keep under your mattress.
Dimka, not you too.
Bryzgalov isn't just a running comedy act. He's one of the league's most thoughtful players and the fact that he offers the insight he does in his second language is something he'll never get enough credit for.
Stavrovicha, is a selfish, vain, and unattractive creature who deserts her husband in favour of a young officer, Balashev. Her elderly, betrayed
Stoichkov's playing on the wing, in this situation he likes to come in and scalp the centre-half.
In this rotten world, Zoltan Chivay, goodness, honesty and integrity become deeply engraved in the memory.' 'That
Americans like a winner. If you lose, you're nothing. I'm going to win, though. It's good for the match that Spassky has a plus score against me. We've met five times. He's won three times
and we've drawn twice. But I'm a stronger player and a long match favors me.
Kincaid! Bolshevik Muppet!
Botvinnik tried to take the mystery out of Chess, always relating it to situations in ordinary life. He used to call chess a typical inexact problem similar to those which people are always having to solve in everyday life.
He has. A fucking. Rothko. Over the fireplace
Me? Kachka, you love me!" "I love your beauty. I have no use for you personally. You represent all that we hate." "Why do you talk to him so?" Elina asked. "He cannot help that he is beautiful but worthless." "I am not worthless! I am Gwenvael the - " "We do not care, lizard!" Kachka barked.
I have always dreamed of bringing an exhibit of Mark Rothko to Moscow.
C' in Russian is pronounced like your 'S', so first letter in CIA stands for 'sneaky.
He was the one who told us about Ivo Mesic hightailing it out of there on the day the Ukrainian tried to kill you at DB.
Will you say it?
His grin faded and his grey eyes seemed to flicker.
You should name him Fezzik."
- How dare you, I repeat, In disregard of all decency, call me a goose?
- I spit on your head, Ivan Ivanovich! What are you screaming so for?
I have a Russian heart.
Capablanca possessed an amazing ability to quickly see into a position and intuitively grasp its main features. His style, one of the purest, most crystal-clear in the entire history of chess, astonishes one with his logic.
Moscow ... how many strains are fusing in that one sound, for Russian hearts! what store of riches it imparts!
In this life or the next, I hold you to your promise Mikhail Ivelitsch.
It is hard when our heroes fall, yes? - Alek Spasky
Caterina, a great adventure is in store for you.
It is time." Bradazak
Your slave and enemy,
Toska." He leaned forward, too. "It's a Russian word. It has no translation into any other language, but the closest I've heard is the ache. A longing. The sense that something is missing, and even if you're not sure what it is, you ache for it. Down to your bones.
[Kandinsky] arrived, as they say, 'with snow on his boots', and it never really melted.
Well, I'm Czech, but Polish, Czech, no matter, it's my name.
Spassky will not be psyched out by Fischer
Coach! Coach, Stanley!
The beauty of mind that Cerullo had from childhood didn't find an outlet, Greco, and it has all ended up in her face, in her breasts, in her thighs, in her ass, places where it soon fades and it will be as if she had never had it.
A friend. Cery's shoulders drooped. Closing his eyes, he let out a long sigh.
Good luck, Oretsev. Find the firebird, and when this is over, I'll see you well rewarded. A farmhouse in Udova. A dacha near the city. Whatever you want."
"I don't need any of that. Just ... " He dropped Nikolai's hand and looked away. "Deserve her.
I'm known as The Big Baryshnikov.
Gabcik - tht's his name - really did exist
Koturovic's a surname," said Tim. "A patronymic. Not a middle name.
I've always been astonished by how wonderful he [Timur Bekmambetov] makes something look for so little. I think he shoots action like no one else.
In fact I was fairly certain there was no one in the entire world quite like Adrian Ivashkov.
Emil Drukker, the Head-hunter of Cologne.
Kolya was a braggart, a know-it-all, a Jew-baiting Cossack, but his confidence was so pure and complete it no longer seemed like arrogance, just the mark of a man who had accepted his own heroic destiny.
Vyacheslav and Marina chose a generic name designed to be devoid of meaning: BOHdVF260602. Although the name seems meaningless, BOHdVF260602 stands for "Biological Object Human descendant of the Voronins and Frolovas, born on June 26, 2002.
This here is Juan Sweeting, my second," Michael said. "Goes by Ceps." They shook, the man greeting him with a grunt. "How'd you get the name Ceps?" Peter asked. "I haven't heard that before." The man curled his arms, popping a pair of biceps like two large grapefruits.
I think Kandinsky and I were very near friends.
I'm the C.E.O., n<>ong>oong>minated by the shareh<>ong>oong>lders. If they're n<>ong>oong>t happy, I have t<>ong>oong> take the c<>ong>oong>nsequences.
daughter-in-law, Cecy, with whom she had become dear friends.
WELCOME to my bookamabob!
Buckle your cravat and prepare
for have your whiskers quiver.
My story of struggles, successes and
sergei is the greatest, most thrillsy book ever written by a meerkat in the bath...
Russian medical Professor