Sentences with word «tsar»
Tsar (; Old Bulgarian / Old Church Slavonic: ц︢рь [usually written thus with a title] or цар, цaрь), also spelled csar, or czar, is a title used to designate East and South Slavic monarchs or supreme rulers of Eastern Europe. (Wikipedia) (See all definitions)
New Zealand's antitrust tsar
has blocked a planned merger between Vodafone's Kiwi unit and Sky Network.
He said: «With regards to being appointed social mobility tsar
, I was approached by the office of the Deputy Prime Minister about three months ago and had a meeting with Nick Clegg.
Game to explore period between abdication of tsar
and bolshevik revolution.
State officials reproached the tsar
for buildings a mill (meaning the higher education facility) without creating roads towards this mill (meaning the absence of mass secondary school).
If I didn't know better I'd swear that Alinsky was still alive and the tsar
behind Obama's climate policy.
The Bolshoi Theater had been a crown jewel during the reign of the tsars
and an emblem of Soviet power throughout the twentieth century.
We are extremely concerned that so much attention is being given by Martin Narey, the new government adoption tsar
, to the needs of potential adopters rather than on the welfare of individual children and the importance of finding a placement that is right for them.
Teachers must be paid to move to areas with failing schools because poor quality education is England's biggest barrier to social mobility, David Cameron's inequality tsar
: Catalogue of the Exhibition, provides a thorough representation of Russian art from the twelfth century to today — including pieces from the world-class collections amassed by Russian tsars
and merchants from the eighteenth through the twentieth centuries.
As some Russian tsar
said of the Ottoman empire in the nineteenth century, «We have a sick man on our hands».
South Farnham Educational Trust, headed up by government teacher training tsar
Sir Andrew Carter, has also been approved to deliver apprenticeships as part of the latest tranche, approved outside the normal timetable so they can be ready to offer new teaching apprenticeships from September.
Dr Sheila Shribman, the UK government's maternity tsar
For centuries, the rivers, canals and lakes of northwest Russia provided the tsars
with a serene and luxurious means of travel between the imperial powerhouses of Moscow and St Petersburg and they remain the most relaxing way to experience two of the world's greatest cities.
But it is the measure on grammar schools which has sparked the greatest controversy, with the Government's own Social Mobility tsar
saying it will herald a «social mobility disaster».
It's no coincidence that Obama's Science tsar
John Holdren, was a co-author with Paul Ehrlich whose book The Population Bomb was extremely influential on world thinking.
His mission: infiltrate the house where the tsar
's family is being held captive by the Bolsheviks and steal an artifact that has been fought over by Assassins and Templars for centuries.
The Sunday Telegraph revealed in May how Mr Cameron had appointed Mr Field, who was welfare reform minister in the early years of Tony Blair's government, as his «poverty tsar
» as he put the fight against deprivation at the heart of his agenda.
The government's proposals, which are being put out to consultation until the end of January, were put forward following a four-month review of top-up fees by cancer tsar
Professor Mike Richards.
The riches of the tsars
repose in the Hermitage Museum, where gilded chariots, intricate Fabergé eggs, and a room clad entirely in malachite dazzle.
«History may have condemned him many times over for being a weak and reactionary tsar
, but he was, without doubt, the most exemplary of royal fathers.»
The report, launched by social mobility tsar
Alan Milburn, includes a call for the government to commit to end youth unemployment by 2020, with greater provision of quality apprenticeships, and points out that the professions are set to expand dramatically.
Day 3 Excursion to Catherine Palace in the town of Tsarskoye Selo (Pushkin), the summer residence of the Russian tsars
and Gatchina Palace.
Also close by are the Russian Museum, the Church of the Saviour on Spilt Blood (a monument to the martyred Romanov tsar
), St. Isaac's Cathedral, and the Mariinsky Theatre.
Several miles away, a monastery and memorial chapels have been constructed near the mine shafts into which the Bolsheviks threw the bodies of the tsar
, his wife, and his children.
The McCartney family teamed up with the government's climate tsar
, Greg Barker MP, to encourage people to do their bit to combat climate change by saying «no» to meat at the start of the week.
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For more than 15 years, policy «tsars
» have been a growing, unrecognised and largely hidden source of influence on UK government ministers» decisions.
And he'll have to think twice about his increasingly precarious position as the modern-day Russian tsar
Lord Sugar has been appointed enterprise tsar
as part of the government's drive to get more young people to start their own business or apprenticeship.
He had also made himself an authority on military tactics, especially the élan of the cavalry charge: in 1877, he had travelled to Moscow to receive an award from the Russian tsar
for his book History of Cavalry.
Namely when he was forced to resign as Labour's social media tsar
in 2012 after posting a spoof video online which compared Alex Salmond to Adolf Hitler...
In The Kitchen Boy, Robert Alexander dramatizes their last days from the point of view of a servant boy, a lens that allows him to portray both the humanity of the tsar
and his wife and children, who were by all accounts a close and loving family, and the deprivations suffered by most of the Russian people thanks to Tsar Nicolai's oppressive policies.
His mission: infiltrate the house where the tsar
's family is being held by the Bolsheviks and steal an artifact that has been fought over by Assassins and Templars for centuries.
Several prominent people had turned down the politically difficult job of «AIDS tsar
», as it is widely known.
Fleming shows that the hapless tsar
was ill equipped to discharge his duties, increasingly relying on Alexandra for guidance; unfortunately, at the same time, she was increasingly reliant on the counsel of the evil monk Rasputin.
Simon Hughes: Hughes, the deputy leader of the Lib Dems, frustrated the Coalition on tuition fees - by not committing to voting for, or against the policy, then criticising the plans, then abstaining on the vote, then agreeing to be a «social mobility tsar
», and then criticising the policy some more.
David Cameron made Sir James his technology tsar
in 2009 as part of his Get Britain Working masterplan.
In 2004 he made a deliberate calculation: to reposition himself as a New Labour-type race relations tsar
Arrive in Yekaterinburg, where Russia's last tsar
, Nicholas II, and his family were executed by the Bolsheviks in 1918.
Jodie Foster is Meg, the divorced wife of a pharmaceuticals tsar
who decides to move into a giant four-storey New York home with grumpy know-it-all daughter Sarah (Kristen Stewart).
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The Government's childhood tsar
been raising concerns after a recent survey revealed British parents are talking to their children far less than their European counterparts.
: Andrew Adonis has warned that this year is «make or break» for airport capacity, and urged ministers to «grasp the nettle»
Ma, once a vice minister of state security, is the most senior security official to be investigated since the former domestic security tsar
Zhou Yongkang was ensnared in a graft scandal and jailed for life in 2015.
when you choose to be the tsar
of a football club and get paid 8 million annually to do so, the buck stops with you, fans are made to overspend for there tickets yet the club wont do the same with buying players....
The government's behaviour tsar
Charlie Taylor has said there has been an increase in children who need more help and support to tackle their problems.
An intimate and heartrending true account of Russia's 20 tsars
and tsarinas as they turned a war-ruined principality into one of the greatest empires, only to lose it all, THE ROMANOVS» cast of characters includes Ivan the Terrible, Tolstoy, Pushkin, Bismarck, Lincoln, Queen Victoria, and Lenin.
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The social mobility tsar
reckoned lawyers were «starting to make real efforts in addressing fair access and social mobility».
Russia was birthed in tribal conquest and struggle, rose and fell under vikings and princes, khans and tsars
— like any former empire, her past is scarred by triumph and shame.
Just ask competition tsar
Rod Sims, who successfully prosecuted Coles in the Federal Court for «serious, deliberate and repeated» cases of «misusing their bargaining power».
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The Russian jeweler Karl Fabergé, arguably the most famous jeweler of all time, crafted objects for the families of the last two tsars
of Russia and for most of Europe's nobility.
Explore the dichotomy of Moscow — rich with monuments to both 15th-century tsars
and 20th-century communist leaders.