Kremlin

[ US /ˈkɹɛmɫən, ˈkɹɛmɫɪn/ ]
[ UK /kɹˈɛmlɪn/ ]
NOUN
  1. citadel of Moscow, housing the offices of the Russian government
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How To Use Kremlin In A Sentence

  • The Kremlin is still insisting on a diplomatic solution to the crisis.
  • The ornamentation of such objects was similar to that of the nielloed gold and silver ladles and cups produced at the Kremlin Armoury in the 16th to early 17th centuries.
  • Cities such as Moscow, Novgorod, Pskov, and Yaroslavl grew around the old fortresses (kremlins) and monasteries that formed their centers and near the gates where artisans and traders peddled their goods.
  • When he was appointed to a senior job in the Kremlin in 1996 he reached the apex of his power. Times, Sunday Times
  • President of Russia V. Putin The Kremlin, Moscow VLADIMIR PUTIN: You know, I dont really like the word oligarch used to describe big business representatives in Russia. WN.com - Articles related to DTI favors zero tariffs on cement, wheat
  • Acting Mayor Vladimir Resin, a veteran bureaucrat, gave a Soviet-style report on the city that left television viewers with little hope he would make any major changes until the Kremlin appoints a new mayor, presumably within one month. Moscow's Fired Mayor Slams Door on Leaving City Hall
  • A top "Kremlinologist," Goodman describes how Gates reversed a CIA tradition of delivering tough-minded intelligence reports with "the bark on."' OpEdNews - Quicklink: The Danger of Keeping Robert Gates
  • The Kremlin's most conspicuous landmark is the bell tower of Ivan the Great.
  • Kapitza, Rutherford, and the Kremlin by Lawrence Badash Return of the Native
  • That is the Kremlinologist in me," Mr. Gates said. Basic Training: How Gates Grew
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