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CZARINA. The title of the empress of Russia.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Great Britain's King George II sent Forbes as Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the court of the Russian tsaritsa, Anna Ioannovna, in May of 1733.
The feeling you get from this remarkable diary (presented incidentally in a splendid green cloth gilt embossed binding with a design once used for John Gray's poems Silverpoints, and all for the price of a paperback) is that the Tsaritsa was certainly optimistic until the end.
The fate of the two Germans is no less mysterious than the disappearance of Tsaritsa. A week after their arrest, the two Germans were released on bail, their passports taken away and an interdiction against leaving the country issued.
Plamen Kinov from Tsaritsa Yoanna University Hospital (ISUL) in Sofia performed the surgery.
One high-rise area will be along Tsarigradsko Boulevard, the other on Tsaritsa Yoana Blvd.
Miroslav Nenkov has worked at the University Hospital Tsaritsa Yoanna and at Lozenetz Hospital as a donor coordinator, as well as at Sveta Anna Hospital in Sofia.