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List Of Ukrainian Rulers - Ukraine (1991 – Present) - Presidents
... Kravchuk 5 ... December 1991 19 July 1994 Non-partisan 2 Leonid Danylovych Kuchma 19 ... July 14 ... November 1999 Independent / Non-partisan 14 ... November 23 ... January 3 ... Viktor Andriyovych ...
Partisan - Other Uses
... Partisans (novel), a novel by Alistair MacLean about the Yugoslav partisans Partisan game, in combinatorial game theory ...
Partisan Records
... Partisan Records is an American independent record label based in Brooklyn, New York ... In late September 2008, Partisan Records announced that it had signed indie folk group Deer Tick ... Partisan re-issued Deer Tick's full-length debut War Elephant on November 11, 2008 ...
List Of Axis Named Operations In The European Theatre - 1945
... Operation Bergwind 1945 - Axis anti-partisan operation at the Moslavacka Mountains southeast of Zagreb in the Independent State of Croatia Operation Frühlingssturm 1945 ... air units in Belgium and the Netherlands Operation Maigewitter 1945 - German anti-partisan operation in Tuzla in Bosnia, Yugoslavia Operation Nordwind ...
List Of Chancellors Of Germany - German Empire (Reichskanzler) (1871–1918)
21 March 20 ... March 6939 ... Non-partisan Count Leo von Caprivi 20 March 26 ... October 1681 ... Non-partisan Prince Chlodwig zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst 29 October 17 ... October 2179 ... Non-partisa ...

Famous quotes containing the word partisan:

    All partisan movements add to the fullness of our understanding of society as a whole. They never detract; or, in any case, one must not allow them to do so. Experience adds to experience.
    Alice Walker (b. 1944)

    Partisanship should be kept out of the pulpit.... The blindest of partisans are preachers. All politicians expect and find more candor, fairness, and truth in politicians than in partisan preachers. They are not replied to—no chance to reply to them.... The balance wheel of free institutions is free discussion. The pulpit allows no free discussion.
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)

    The trenchant editorials plus the keen rivalry natural to extremely partisan papers made it necessary for the editors to be expert pugilists and duelists as well as journalists. An editor made no assertion that he could not defend with fists or firearms.
    —Federal Writers’ Project Of The Wor, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)