[bee-then-te] /biˈθɛn tɛ/ (Show IPA), 1898–1984, Spanish poet: Nobel Prize 1977.
Vicente (Viˈθɛnte). 1898–1984, Spanish poet, whose collections include La destrucción o el amor (1935; Destruction or Love): Nobel prize for literature 1977
noun Alexander. 1892–1946, Russian-born chess player who lived in France; world champion (1927–35, 1937–46)
- Alexander i
Saint, pope a.d. 106?–115. (Aleksandr Pavlovich) 1777–1825, czar of Russia 1801–25. (Alexander ObrenovichorAleksandar Obrenović) 1876–1903, king of Serbia 1889–1903. 1888–1934, king of Yugoslavia 1921–34 (son of Peter I of Serbia). noun c. 1080–1124, king of Scotland (1107–24), son of Malcolm III 1777–1825, tsar of Russia (1801–25), who helped defeat Napoleon and formed the Holy Alliance […]
- Alexis nikolayevich
(Aleksei Nikolayevich) 1904–18, son of Nicholas II of Russia, heir apparent to the Russian throne: executed in the Russian Bolshevik Revolution.
Also, Gorky. Maxim [mak-sim;; Russian muh-ksyeem] /ˈmæk sɪm;; Russian mʌˈksyim/ (Show IPA), (Aleksey Maksimovich Pyeshkov) 1868–1936, Russian novelist, short-story writer, and dramatist. former name (1932–91) of . Historical Examples Gorki made a little speech which was translated by a Russian who knew English. Essays on Russian Novelists William Lyon Phelps One often thinks of Gorki […]