"Yes, from Lobenski's, the jeweller's in the Nevski," she replied.
He had often seen her at the Opera and driving in the Nevski Prospekt.
In the morning I would walk the Nevski Prospect, and meet nice-looking people, and be happy all day.
"If only we could get to Nevski Prospect," gasped the Duchess.
The Nevski was swinging softly at her anchor, her nose pointing to the land.
We left the house together, and because it was a fine night, walked down the Nevski.
In honour of which battle he ever after bore the added name of Nevski (of the Neva).
As if in answer, another flag fluttered up the Nevski's halliards.
The Nevski now presented her broadside to the Saigon, and all of her six guns were trained upon the English steamer's decks.
Yet apparently everything went on as usual: the theatres were as well filled; the Nevski as crowded and gay.