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CZAR. A title of honor which is assumed by the emperor of all the Russias. See Autocracy.

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By choosing Tzar Caviar you are contributing to the preservation of the beluga population," said export manager Alexandre Barboukov.
Russia's tzar adopted the child and gave him the best education available, and thus Gannibal became a early soldier, diplomat and spy whose reputation and achievements would earn him a name through history.
The Petrossian Caviar Sampler--involving Royal Beluga, Tzar Imperial Oscietra and Sevruga caviar ranging in price from $620 for a 1 1/4-ounce sample of each to $1,570 for a 5-ounce sample of each--is paired with a flight of Ciroc, Level and Christiania vodkas.
org, which was created by Consumers Union, publisher of Consumer Reports--to which, in the interest of full disclosure, let it be known, the Indications tzar subscribes.
This accusation is echoed by the RAA, which claims that the old churches in Karvajar district were turned into quarries, and bits and pieces can now be found inside the walls of public buildings like the school in the town of Tzar.
YOU can't accuse Transport tzar John Henry of not leading by example.
A un niveau figuratif, on peut dire que le courageux tzar bulgare, epee a la main, pret pour le combat, incarnant des vertus viriles, a comme adversaire un empereur colerique, effraye et hesitant, qui evite l'affrontement ouvert en preferant agir en sous-main.
John Jackson, who went inside to present his diplomatic credentials to Prince Ferdinand, who later became the Tzar.
The specifications released in December were a private publication, not a part of the Web services security work going on in OASIS," notes Ed Reed, Security Tzar at Novell, which currently supports Project Liberty.
Glantz, a Chasidic/rock/world-beat singer and musician, with bushy black beard, long twirly sidelocks, and a powerful stage presence, joined forces with Gidi Gov, the quintessential secular sabra singer, to sing `Kol Ha-Olam Kulo, Gesher Tzar Meod.
the fighter's father and tzar of his camp, has been reluctant to compromise on any aspect of on-going negotiations.
Bal taschchit, tzar baalei chayim, shnat Shemita, yishuv haaretz, to name a few of the Jewish value-concepts(5) most often quoted by environmentally concerned Jews, are all pointed to as representing authentic Jewish environmental perspectives.