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The Tzar marched against this new rival in person, at the head of an army of 100,000 men, and drove the rebels into Toula.
For the most part the malcontents gave in their adhesion to the elected Tzar Vladislav.
A holy man of Novgorod, one Silvestr, appeared on the scene and quietly annexed the soul of the Tzar.
Thus ignominiously disappeared the last Tzar of the line of S. Vladimir.
The peace of Stolbova was as favourable an accommodation as the Tzar could reasonably have expected to secure.
There the assembled citizens—boyarins, clergy, traders, and lesser folk—decreed that the stop-gap Tzar must go.
The Tzar, however, clung too faithfully to the old policy which had borne so little fruit.
His reminiscences were not interesting to the Tzar, who had him promptly arrested.
Marković had visited Russia ten years previously and had celebrated Mass in the presence of the Tzar.
The young Tzar has greatly endeared himself to his Polish subjects by several humane and generous acts.
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oligopolynoun | [ol-i-gop-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION