It features a scantily clad woman wearing a balaclava and holding a sign championing the dissident feminist anti-Putin punk band.
Soon came whispers about a Russian corvette being spotted at balaclava Bay.
Police also found several weapons and balaclava head masks in the home where Maria was living.
The distance from balaclava to London is about three thousand miles.
The Tornado, exerting her steam-powers to the utmost, was on her way back to balaclava.
Yet there were thousands of tons of stores lying at balaclava, rotting.
I could not get any flour, so purchased some biscuit at balaclava.
He marched us down to balaclava but the journey proved too much for our horses, over 100 stuck fast and died in the mud.
There was an old fort at balaclava, on the top of a steep hill.
He took part in the light cavalry charge at balaclava, and his name was officially recorded in the list of survivors.
"woolen head covering," especially worn by soldiers, evidently named for village near Sebastopol, Russia, site of a battle Oct. 25, 1854, in the Crimean War. But the term (originally Balaclava helmet) does not appear before 1881 and seems to have come into widespread use in the Boer War. The British troops suffered from the cold in the Crimean War, and the usage might be a remembrance of that conflict. The town name (Balaklava) often is said to be from Turkish, but is perhaps folk-etymologized from a Greek original Palakion.