Joaquin [hwah-keen] /ʰwɑˈkin/ (Show IPA), (Joaquin Balaguer y Ricardo) 1907–2002, Dominican political leader: president 1960–62, 1966–78, 1986–96.
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Joaquin (ˈjoːakɪn). 1907–2002, Dominican statesman; president of the Dominican Republic (1960–62, 1966–78, 1986–96)
balah a city in the tribe of Simeon (Josh. 19:3), elsewhere called Bilhah (1 Chr. 4:29) and Baalah (Josh. 15:29). Historical Examples Was not an immediate crust of bread for balah Rifkins children more urgent than truth—more vital than honor? Hungry Hearts Anzia Yezierska I have no doubt that this is the site of balah […]
Mili Alekseevich [mee-lee al-ik-sey-uh-vich;; Russian mee-lee uhl-yik-syey-yiv-yich] /ˈmi li ˌæl ɪkˈseɪ ə vɪtʃ;; Russian ˈmi li ʌl yɪkˈsyeɪ yɪv yɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), 1837–1910, Russian composer. Historical Examples It is clear that until he met Balakirev in 1862 there was never any serious conflict between duty and inclination. The Russian Opera Rosa Newmarch I have had […]
a seaport in S Crimea, in the S Ukraine, on the Black Sea: scene of English cavalry charge against Russians (1854), celebrated in Tennyson’s poem Charge of the Light Brigade. Historical Examples All our efforts to find the pony being useless, I made up my mind to walk back to Balaklava. Soyer’s Culinary Campaign Alexis […]
a city in the W RSFSR, in the E SovietUnion in Europe, SW of Gorki.