- /krusˈtʃɒf/ (say kroohs'chof)
Nikita Sergeyevich /nɪˈkitə sɪəˈgeɪjəvitʃ/ (say ni'keetuh sear'gayyuhveech), 1894–1971, Soviet politician, born in Ukraine; first secretary of the Soviet Communist Party 1953–64; premier of the Soviet Union 1958–64.
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