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
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  • 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
  • Boris Fyodorov survived the attack and returned to accuse senior Kremlin aides of siphoning cash out of the fund.
  • Today Luzhkov named Medvedev's press secretary, Natalia Timakova, and a Kremlin ideologist, Vladislav Surkov, as plotters of his downfall. Moscow's ousted mayor in 'pro-democracy' campaign
  • And then this week, the current Kremlin incumbent, Dmitry Medvedev, goes and announces that he's "rearming" Russia, using the very word - "rearmament" - that Europe fretted over and feared all through its short 20-year peace between the first and second world wars. undefined
  • It would take a brave Kremlinologist to bet on that gap closing. Russia Investors Should Study Kremlinology
  • The douma invited the hetman to occupy the kremlin with his shoulders. The Story of Russia
  • They feature palatial cathedrals, now totally imaginary, and evoking the grandest styles, from the Sacré-Coeur to the Kremlin, from Saint-Sophia to English gothic, Austrian or German baroque.
  • One day, it might even suit the Kremlin to encourage this truculence.
  • The venomous exchanges between deputies from the two republics in the Kremlin yesterday offered little hope that reason would prevail.
  • The guessing game over the commandante's health and influence? diplomats in Havana admit ignorance over the hermetic regime's inner workings? recalled the inexact science of Kremlinology, which tracked Politburo dynamics during Red Square parades. Cuba left guessing on Revolution Day as Fidel Castro misses big parade
  • Like his predecessor, he maintains a pretence that the judiciary is independent of the Kremlin. Times, Sunday Times
  • Hundreds of incompetent decisions are made in the Kremlin and White House (government headquarters) ... in precisely this 'noiseless' fashion without public discussion or criticism," liberal politician Vladimir Ryzhkov wrote in The Moscow Times. Yahoo! News: Latest news headlines News Headlines | Top Stories
  • The invitation from Kim was sent to the Kremlin early this month, Itar-Tass news agency said Wednesday in a report datelined Pyongyang.
  • He accused Kremlin hawks of a conspiracy to keep the war going to bolster their own power and thwart his ambitions.
  • They form the base of a gigantic pyramid of treason, stretching from the little gray house with green shutters to the towers of the Kremlin. Red Hunting in the Promised Land: Anticommunism and the Making of America
  • Safety officials blame the laxness partly on earlier Kremlin efforts to promote business by reducing inspections. Russia Faces New Air-Safety Crisis
  • Monitoring the telephone conversations of the Kremlin hierarchy had become one of his pet projects over the last few years.
  • When, earlier this month, the Kyrgyz clashed with the Uzbek minority in the southern Kyrgyzstani city of Osh and the interim government appealed to Russia for military help, the Kremlin stood back.
  • The Kremlin, which local people accuse of tragically mishandling the siege and its aftermath, was also targeted.
  • The Kremlin would dearly like to repeat this exercise. Times, Sunday Times
  • Now it is payback time for the Kremlin leader. Times, Sunday Times
  • When, earlier this month, the Kyrgyz clashed with the Uzbek minority in the southern Kyrgyzstani city of Osh and the interim government appealed to Russia for military help, the Kremlin stood back.
  • Dobrynin recounted Nixon’s threatening words in his report to the Kremlin: The president said he will never (Nixon twice emphasized that word) accept a humiliating defeat or humiliating terms. The Nukes of October « Isegoria
  • It was about who rules Russia, the oligarchs or the Kremlin.
  • Gates has long cultivated an inscrutable mystique about his intentions, calling to mind lessons learned during his previous career as a Kremlinologist at the CIA and National Security Council. Gates retiring? Don't bet on it.
  • If he criticised the Kremlin at all, it was on the grounds of what he considered its inconsistent efforts in carrying out policies that favoured the new private owners.
  • I thought, if I were in the Kremlin I would pass laws immediately to stem the tide of evangelistically minded American students with large Bibles. Missionary
  • But a subtler fleet of Kremlin vessels is more successfully entering the national bloodstream. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Kremlin also gave indications that it would take action against other oligarchs.
  • Reading his extravagantly received 1994 book, "The Age of Extremes: The Short Twentieth Century, 1914-1991," the celebrated Kremlinologist Robert Conquest concluded that Mr. Hobsbawm suffers from a "massive reality denial" regarding the Soviet Union. How a True Believer Keeps the Faith
  • MR. MCCURRY: Helen, on President Yeltsin we don't have any information that contraindicates what the Kremlin itself has said, that he's obviously recovering from his recent surgery and illness. Press Briefing By Mike Mccurry
  • The atom bomb and the bacterial bomb, wielded by the wicked communist or the wicked capitalist as the case may be, make Washington and the Kremlin tremble, and drive men further along the road toward the abyss. Bertrand Russell - Nobel Lecture
  • The ewer and basin in Plates VI and VII are the only French objects among the early diplomatic gifts in the Kremlin collection and were presented by the earl of Carlisle probably because of their provenance rather than their stylishness.
  • Such criticism, though a bit sanctimonious, is reasonably well grounded: in the years since an ailing Yeltsin appointed him Russia's president, on December 31, 1999, Putin has in numerous ways tried to reassert Kremlin control over the country. The Accidental Autocrat
  • The satellite provides a video link between the White House and the Kremlin.
  • They will draw up a list of targets that could include Russian billionaire oligarchs as well as Kremlin chiefs. The Sun
  • The satellite provides a video link between the White House and the Kremlin.
  • Kremlin strongman Gordon Brown has once again shown the world that he's not a man to be messed with. Archive 2008-09-01
  • It should be kept in mind, however, that this was more a statement of the Kremlin's intentions than a specific plan of action.
  • This brewing democratic revolution, coupled with the murmur within the Russian population against all deprivation of freedom, led to the surge of reform forces within the ruling Communist Party, brought Mikhail Gorbachev to the Kremlin, and before our eyes, led to the collapse of European communist regimes one after another, leading to the dismantling of the Soviet Union. The Coming Revolution
  • The Kremlin also spent less and less on its "nonproductive" health system, which was one reason for a remarkable trend revealed by Western demographers: in the 1970s the Soviet Union became the first industrialized country in the world to experience rising infant mortality and declining life expectancy. A Callous View Of Human Life
  • The Kremlin's reaction to this spontaneous outburst of rage and disgust is still uncertain. Times, Sunday Times
  • `I know it's part of the agreement that he'll stay incognito for at least six months, but the Kremlin will be tempted to vaunt its prize. DOUBLE DECEIT
  • Indian TV was witness to Rajiv Gandhi being ushered into a great hall in kremlin, alone, one to one, without aides. Why are South Indians so smart?
  • Most people had only the foggiest notion who the men in the Kremlin really were. The Return
  • But his critics point to the retreat from media freedoms and the recent decision to have the Kremlin appoint regional governors instead of having them popularly elected as they were in Yeltsin's time, and so on. Parsing Putin
  • The answer may lie in the netherworld of Kremlin politics.
  • It gives them overt political backing but the Kremlin has sent mixed messages about whether it would recognise the legitimacy of the rebel administrations or their elections. Times, Sunday Times
  • Kremlin officials dismiss talk of dead ends as pointless whining and alarmism from liberals.
  • The Kremlin also opposes a U.S. plan to deploy a missile defense system in Poland and the Czech Republic to offset a potential threat from Iran.
  • Despite being dressed like a civilian, Zurabov had the sleek, well-manicured look that Stolypin had always associated with high-ranking military officers, soldiers whose battles had rarely taken them further than the walls of the Kremlin. Neurosurgical Intervention For Beginners
  • Then there was the crudeness, the thuggishness, of the way the Kremlin operated at times. The Return
  • Everybody was trying to figure out who released this video and who talked to a reporter," said Pvt. Charles Kremling, a stout, tough-looking infantryman from the 2nd Platoon, as he recalled the accusatory atmosphere on the base that day. Later On
  • But if someone is saying that Kremlin oppresses poor Chechens, I think that it is too soft against them. Global Voices in English » Belarus, Russia: Bloggers React to Graphic Chechen War Video
  • Last week Putin, who has reduced his parliamentary contacts to the leaders of the pro-Kremlin United Russia majority, ordered his ministers to talk more to opposition.
  • The Kremlin apologists are trying, for their part, to present this conflict as a fight against the oligarchs and corruption.
  • It was funny at first, but now a Kremlin critic with some actual moral standing has gotten caught up in the latest Russian honey trap, which has been baiting one opposition figure after another with hookers, coke, weed, dildoes and hidden cameras, or some sloppy combination of these, for the past two years at least. Simon Shuster: Katyagate: Russia's Hooker Trap Snags Another Kremlin Critic, and This Time it Hurts
  • Reading about the Tolyatti "business dispute," the pressure on the courts, and the purported role of the presidential administration reminded me of the scandalous interview that formerly Kremlin-connected fund manager Oleg Shvartsman gave to "Kommersant" in November 2007 in which he cast some light on the "voluntary-compulsory" measures that Putin insiders (he named especially First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Sechin) in order to implement a "velvet reprivatization. Robert Coalson: The Myth Of Putin's Popularity
  • The Kremlin is deeply split in its approach to foreign policy.
  • Political analysts believe the Kremlin wants to ensure Khodorkovsky is not released in the runup to the 2012 presidential elections. Mikhail Khodorkovsky attacks 'sick' Russian state
  • Our cavalcade sweeps into the Kremlin just before noon.
  • Her blog, once full of obscenity-laced tirades against her high-society rivals, is now a must-read for its anti-Kremlin manifestoes. Wrapped Up in Russia's 'Mink' Revolution
  • The fact that such an offer was made at all indicates that the Kremlin is not dissatisfied with the outgoing governors personally, but with how they fit into a specific political context.
  • A useful guide to life in the Kremlin snake pit?
  • `I know it's part of the agreement that he'll stay incognito for at least six months, but the Kremlin will be tempted to vaunt its prize. DOUBLE DECEIT
  • Vladimir Putin today angrily dismissed protests against his regime as "provocations" and said anyone who took part in unsanctioned street rallies against the Kremlin should expect a "whack on the bonce". Vladimir Putin says 'unsanctioned' protesters can expect police brutality
  • On the one hand, Putin sought to re-evaluate the international status of the Kremlin through a strengthening of the Berlin-Moscow axis.
  • Though possibly sharpened by electoral politics, the comments seemed to confirm fears that Mr. Putin's return to the Kremlin will bring a stormier period in U.S. Putin Offers to Ease Grip, But Won't Annul Election
  • MOSCOW, Russia (CNN) – Russia will allow the United States to ship weapons across its air space to Afghanistan, Kremlin spokesman Alex Pavlov said Friday. Kremlin: U.S. can ship weapons across Russia to Afghanistan
  • The Kremlin now accepts that the country must reduce its reliance on oil and employ measures to stimulate the domestic economy.
  • Well, I think they initially accepted some of the ideas, such as having the Kremlin appoint governors even though that might appear to be only tangentially related to the Beslan disaster. Parsing Putin
  • Indeed, the only danger for the Kremlin is the possibility of an embarrassingly low voter turnout.
  • Now it is payback time for the Kremlin leader. Times, Sunday Times
  • But a genuine move to pursue state control would suggest the Kremlin, despite promarket rhetoric from President Dmitry Medvedev, could be moving back toward the policy of increasing state control of the economy seen under his predecessor, Vladimir Putin, who is now prime minister. Kremlin Keeps Close Tabs On Oligarchs' Tug-of-War
  • That's a big blow to the credibility of Dudley, who is supposed to be a seasoned Kremlinologist. BP creates another fine mess as it bars Deepwater protesters
  • The Kremlin is deeply split in its approach to foreign policy.
  • The Kremlin's claim that negotiations are infeasible will be justified, and Chechens who seek alternatives to war will be silenced.
  • That trail has now been traced to a handful of officers and men from whom a chain of command leads to the Kremlin. Times, Sunday Times
  • The conflict between the Kremlin and a section of the oligarchs is about who will exercise control over this sector.
  • The Kremlin possesses all of the records of that era; if the Patriarch takes too independent a line, it has the means to embarrass or blackmail him. Moscow’s New (But Cloudy) Day
  • 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
  • They will draw up a list of targets that could include Russian billionaire oligarchs as well as Kremlin chiefs. The Sun
  • ITAR-TASS, www.kremlin.ru by permission of Presidential Press and Information Office The Return
  • - The Apple-oology fun continues, in the best spirit of the old Kremlinology. Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now
  • Furnished in Russian imperial style, the 2,370 sq ft suite has views of famous Moscow sites including the Kremlin and Red Square.
  • The Kremlin's deputy chief of staff Vladislav Surkov - known as Russia's grey cardinal who coined the phrase sovereign democracy to describe its political system - told a forum in Moscow that "no radical steps would be undertaken" in the next years. NEWS.com.au | Top Stories
  • The Kremlin is deeply split in its approach to foreign policy.
  • The ultimate target was Primakov, but the Kremlin's strategy was first to blast Luzhkov so as to turn him into a burdensome, malodorous albatross around the former prime minister's neck.
  • Capitals Kremlin considers the vuvuzela the most annoying noisemaker: Global Voices in English » South Africa: To vuvuzela or not to vuvuzela?
  • They form the base of a gigantic pyramid of treason, stretching from the little gray house with green shutters to the towers of the Kremlin. Red Hunting in the Promised Land: Anticommunism and the Making of America
  • It gives them overt political backing but the Kremlin has sent mixed messages about whether it would recognise the legitimacy of the rebel administrations or their elections. Times, Sunday Times
  • A snap election right now, when no one but the Kremlin is ready, may be seen as the best way to avoid the dreaded revolution scenario.
  • Throughout the Bush administration, the Kremlin studiously followed the White House road map on how to make excuses for controversial actions and policies. Yes, We Can! « Geek Related
  • He will have authority over the Kremlin-appointed Chechen administrator, Akhmed Kadyrov.
  • Since Vladimir Putin, a former KGB officer, took the helm in the Kremlin, Russian intelligence networks in central and western Europe have been rebuilt and secret service sleepers activated.
  • While the Kremlin hesitated before responding to Britain’s expulsion of four diplomats, the Russian military engaged in some old-fashioned sabre-rattling. Russian Bombers Test British Reactions
  • Though the country holds regular elections and boasts a free press, deciphering its politics can require the skills of a Soviet-era Kremlinologist. India's Gandhi God-Kings
  • Foreign investors quaked, worrying that a group of ex-KGB hardliners intent on renationalizing the Russian economy had seized control of the Kremlin.
  • A senior Kremlin aide all but ruled out one of the most potent weapons that hawks in the U.S. want to include in any international sanctions: gasoline and other refined petroleum products. POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: April 9, 2010
  • In Washington, the government veils itself ever further inside the folds of ‘national security,’ as federal buildings look increasingly like kremlins.
  • The kremlin was established in the 11th century and is one of the earliest to have stone defences.
  • The Kremlin is still insisting on a diplomatic solution to the crisis.
  • One measure was to end the popular election of regional governors and have the Kremlin appoint them instead, subject to confirmation by regional legislatures. The Accidental Autocrat
  • Ministries, state agencies, the White House and the Kremlin will all make large purchases of matryoshki and khokhloma dishes to be used mainly for gifts, a spokeswoman for the ministry said. The St. Petersburg Times
  • Indoor pools exist, and Moscow boasts a year-round, heated open-air affair between the Kremlin and the Defence Ministry.
  • They are so mismanaging their economy and are so alienating young people and women that their fate today looks a lot like the Kremlin leaders in 1988 or the French monarchy in 1788.
  • Newsweek was so controversial that last spring, a pro-Kremlin nationalist youth group posted attack videos against Fishman on its website. Russia Press Freedom Narrows With Newsweek Closure
  • Is the Kremlin turning dovish in its most recent confrontation with the West?
  • Stalin was buried behind the Kremlin wall on Red Square
  • If he criticised the Kremlin at all, it was on the grounds of what he considered its inconsistent efforts in carrying out policies that favoured the new private owners.
  • The Kremlin also opposes a U.S. plan to deploy a missile defense system in Poland and the Czech Republic to offset a potential threat from Iran.
  • The only delegates from the Russian side were Kremlin loyalists.
  • Several were sabered, and the Kremlin was relieved of their presence. The Best of the World's Classics, Restricted to Prose, Vol. VII (of X)—Continental Europe I
  • Boris Fyodorov survived the attack and returned to accuse senior Kremlin aides of siphoning cash out of the fund.
  • Instead his chauffeur-driven limousine and chase car crammed with armed bodyguards headed straight for the Kremlin. Times, Sunday Times
  • In Russia, he said, the Kremlin must often intervene in local matters because of what he called deficiencies among elected local officials. Putin, Shifting Tone, Praises Obama
  • The massive red towers and domes of the Kremlin palaces were acceptably severe and frowning. THE LAST RAVEN
  • The Kremlin was equally dismissive. Times, Sunday Times
  • A Kremlinologist by training, Gates was one of the last American hardliners to comprehend the changes taking place in the Soviet Union. Tom Engelhardt: Victory at Last! Monty Python in Afghanistan
  • Boris Fyodorov survived the attack and returned to accuse senior Kremlin aides of siphoning cash out of the fund.
  • (Jean-François, André N.) the Kremlin is trying to remove Central Asia from the American zone of influence ¡No Pasarán!
  • Mr. Putin, 59 years old, is expected to switch places with his longtime protégé, President Dmitri Medvedev, after March presidential elections in what critics and Kremlin officials alike have called a "castling"—referring to a chess move—of the two leaders. Putin Warns West on Interference
  • Forget that this was the hyperbole country of talk radio; forget that Pippen used the equivocal "may;" forget that a Bulls Kremlinologist would argue that Pippen was actually needling his canonized teammate "greatest scorer" has the whiff of faint praise more than he was lionizing a newcomer. No Use Denying the LeBrilliance Anymore
  • FUBAR in the Caucasus: How the Kremlin crossed its wires, or 'Donald Westlake meets Tom Clancy in Lord of the Rings' yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'FUBAR in the Caucasus: How the Kremlin crossed its wires, or \'Donald Westlake meets Tom Clancy in Lord of the Rings\' '; yahooBuzzArticleSummary =' Article: A discussion of how the Georgian crisis happened. ' FUBAR in the Caucasus: How the Kremlin crossed its wires, or 'Donald Westlake meets Tom Clancy in Lord of the Rings'
  • The satellite provides a video link between the White House and the Kremlin.
  • As much as newspeak was a signature of the Kremlin, it is an equally apt description of today's White House.
  • A huge crowd gathered in a square outside the Kremlin walls.
  • The oligarchs, those Kremlin-connected magnates who once dazzled the world with their riches, are reeling.
  • By Tuesday, “a secret, self-dubbed think tank of a dozen men was hard at work, modeling the counterthrust that would shock the opaque Kremlin,” reported Look magazine. The Two First Ladies
  • Some experts say it's a stage-managed Kremlin theater production, a "good cop, bad cop" act designed to keep the opposition off-guard and the public guessing.
  • The massive red towers and domes of the Kremlin palaces were acceptably severe and frowning. THE LAST RAVEN
  • Although Moscow is still weighing its decision, both BP PLC and Russian oilmen are optimistic the Kremlin will endorse the Baku-Ceyhan project.
  • First published in the West in 1973, "The Gulag Archipelago" prompted the Kremlin to expel the Nobel laureate from the Soviet Union and strip him of citizenship in 1974. 'Gulag Archipelago' Re-Issued for Russian Students
  • Indoor pools exist, and Moscow boasts a year-round, heated open-air affair between the Kremlin and the Defence Ministry.
  • That the cooperation with the Kremlin had limits was shown in the Manhattan Project, the secret Anglo-American effort to acquire an atomic weapon before the Germans.
  • The massive red towers and domes of the Kremlin palaces were acceptably severe and frowning. THE LAST RAVEN
  • The Kremlin is the biggest shareholder. Times, Sunday Times
  • They could see the Kremlin quite clearly from where they lied.
  • Abramovich, who is reputed to have excellent connections in the Kremlin, is now in the process of selling off his controlling interest in Russia's largest aluminium enterprise.
  • He described the documentary as a "piece of Kremlin agitprop" designed to "anaesthetize the masses". Russian television program on the fall of the Byzantine Empire
  • The massive red towers and domes of the Kremlin palaces were acceptably severe and frowning. THE LAST RAVEN
  • Their function is to endorse and legitimise decisions made by the Kremlin.
  • The Kremlin is deeply split in its approach to foreign policy.

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