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Simonov

[see-muh-nawf, -nof; Russian syee-muh-nuh f] /ˈsi məˌnɔf, -ˌnɒf; Russian ˈsyi mə nəf/
noun
1.
Konstantin M
[kuh n-stuhn-tyeen] /kən stʌnˈtyin/ (Show IPA),
1915–79, Russian journalist and playwright.
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  • I had however one other acquaintance of a sort, Simonov, who was an old schoolfellow.

    White Nights and Other Stories Fyodor Dostoevsky
  • Which was exactly what Simonov would have hated, but he said nothing.

    Freedom Dallas McCord Reynolds
  • Simonov turned on his heel and approached the two guards at the gate.

    Freedom Dallas McCord Reynolds
  • "Of course not, since we are inviting him," Simonov decided.

    White Nights and Other Stories Fyodor Dostoevsky
  • "I shall never forgive myself for letting him join us," Simonov muttered again.

    White Nights and Other Stories Fyodor Dostoevsky
  • Simonov observed, with no appearance of pleasure, seeming to avoid looking at me.

    White Nights and Other Stories Fyodor Dostoevsky
  • It, like Moscow in general, had changed a good deal in Simonov's memory.

    Freedom Dallas McCord Reynolds
  • Colonel Simonov said flatly, "You seem to think that Marxism will never dominate the world."

    Freedom Dallas McCord Reynolds
  • Ferfitchkin began in an undertone, indicating me to Simonov, but he broke off, for even Simonov was embarrassed.

    White Nights and Other Stories Fyodor Dostoevsky
  • Minister Kliment Blagonravov looked up from his desk at Simonov's entrance.

    Freedom Dallas McCord Reynolds

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