Similar words: put in, cut in, routine, cut into, routinely, scrutiny, put, put up. Meaning: n. Russian statesman chosen as president of the Russian Federation in 2000; formerly director of the Federal Security Bureau (born in 1952).
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1. Mr. Putin was inaugurated as the President of the Russian Federation.
2. Gusinsky could lose everything in a fight with Putin.
3. By temperament Mr Putin always seeks to build consensus.
4. Putin is being held hostage by his generals.
5. But a year ago, Putin came to power vowing to crack down on wayward regions.
6. Just as urgently, the Putin government is trying to thwart him.
7. Mr Putin adopted a statesmanlike stance until he was asked a hostile question about the war.
8. If Mr Putin wants to coddle war criminals, let him do it on his own nickel.
9. Last month Putin decided to retire silo-housed intercontinental ballistic missiles as their service lives expire.
10. President Vladimir Putin is politically stronger, and better positioned to revamp the military.
11. Mr Putin, we are told, is more of a red wine tippler.
12. However, Mr Putin was also keen to point out the positive aspects of the meeting.
13. There was the Putin who remained aloof and the Putin who talked publicly about the tears he had shed.
14. The three journalists who interviewed Putin for this book were pleasingly sassy on occasion.
15. Putin has absolutely no experience in high politics, and demonstrates no political acumen in these interviews.
16. When Mr Putin sacked the energy minister, Mr Chubais was sternly reprimanded.
17. Putin appears to have survived the political storm over his handling of the crisis, according to opinion polls.
18. Putin proposed stripping the regional leaders of their seats in the upper chamber of parliament.
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19. Smirnov recently said that he got to know Putin in 1991 in Frankfurt.
20. One day, perhaps, Putin will develop a similarly close rapport with Clinton's successor.
21. The statist, conservative United Russia supported Putin.
22. He said Western leaders could have a real impact on Putin.
23. Moscow's political elite does not share the popular enthusiasm for Putin.
24. Grandad has responded by playing for time, hoping that Mr Putin will be ground down by office.
25. A letter signed by former cosmonauts and rocket scientists and 16,000 Muscovites has been handed to Putin.
26. November 22 West wooed by man of two faces To the outside world Putin is meek, mild, liberal.
27. What is happening now is a continuation of the colonial war that Moscow relaunched in 1999 to get Putin elected.
28. Mr Berezovsky alleged he was threatened with imprisonment if he continued to defy Mr Putin.
29. After reining in the regional barons and tackling the business oligarchs, Mr Putin read the riot act to the generals.
30. Seven years of mutually mediocre diplomacy and unsteady leadership form the backdrop of Clinton's brief twilight encounter with Putin.
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