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Stolypin

/ˌstʌlɪˈpjɪn/
noun
1.
Petr Arkadievich. 1863–1911, Russian conservative statesman: prime minister (1906–11). He instituted agrarian reforms but was ruthless in suppressing rebellion: assassinated
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  • stolypin, too, has told me of the wonderful miracle you performed in Warsaw.

    The Minister of Evil William Le Queux
  • If so, it is in the interests of stolypin's anti-German campaign!

    The Minister of Evil William Le Queux
  • "One thing is certain, our friend stolypin has no idea that he is seated on the edge of a volcano," remarked the monk.

    The Minister of Evil William Le Queux
  • Has Her Majesty spoken to you concerning her fears that stolypin has discovered something?

    The Minister of Evil William Le Queux
  • The former have decided to do away with 'stolypin heirs,' as they call the shopkeepers.

    The Red Conspiracy Joseph J. Mereto
  • In the plot against stolypin, though none dreamed of it, he had been the most active agent.

    The Minister of Evil William Le Queux
  • "Her Majesty told me that you would help me to—to destroy stolypin," she said with a fierce expression in her black eyes.

    The Minister of Evil William Le Queux
  • stolypin, in ignorance of what was in progress, was of the party, I being left in Petrograd to follow three days later.

    The Minister of Evil William Le Queux
  • What he supported in stolypin was the necktie, and nothing but the necktie; the gallows, and not the cross.

  • He attributes his downfall to stolypin, and hence is most bitter against him.

    The Minister of Evil William Le Queux

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