Retreat from Moscow

Retreat from Moscow
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  • The Retreat from Moscow — is a play written by William Nicholson about the end of a three decade marriage and the subsequent emotional fallout. The title is taken from Napoleon s costly invasion of Moscow and the subsequent retreat. It was first performed at the… …   Wikipedia

  • Moscow, Retreat from — (1812)    Napoleon Bonaparte ’s retreat from the Russian capital after his disastrous invasion of that nation. After the significant military defeats at Austerlitz and Friedland in 1805 and 1807 respectively Russia was forced to sign the Treaty… …   Encyclopedia of the Age of Imperialism, 1800–1914

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  • Moscow, East Ayrshire — Moscow is a hamlet in East Ayrshire in Scotland.It is on the A719 road some four miles east of Kilmarnock. The name is thought to be a corruption of Moss hall or Moss haw but its spelling was formalised in 1812 to mark Napoleon s retreat from… …   Wikipedia

  • retreat — re|treat1 [rıˈtri:t] v ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(army)¦ 2¦(move back)¦ 3¦(change your mind)¦ 4¦(quiet place)¦ 5 retreat into yourself/your shell/fantasy etc 6¦(finance)¦ ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1.) ¦(ARMY)¦ to move away from the enemy after being defeated in battle ≠ ↑a …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • retreat — re|treat1 [ rı trit ] verb intransitive * 1. ) to avoid a dangerous, unpleasant, or embarrassing situation, especially by moving away from it: The elephants retreated to the safety of the forest. retreat into: Clara, embarrassed, retreated into… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • retreat */ — I UK [rɪˈtriːt] / US [rɪˈtrɪt] verb [intransitive] Word forms retreat : present tense I/you/we/they retreat he/she/it retreats present participle retreating past tense retreated past participle retreated 1) a) to avoid a dangerous, unpleasant, or …   English dictionary

  • retreat — 1 verb (I) 1 MOVE BACK a) to walk back and away from someone or something because you are afraid or embarrassed: He saw her and retreated, too shy to speak to her. (+ to/from etc): Perry lit the fuse and retreated to a safe distance. b) if an… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • Moscow, Scotland — Coordinates: 55°37′59″N 4°24′14″W / 55.633°N 4.404°W / 55.633; 4.404 …   Wikipedia

  • from the sublime to the ridiculous is only a step — In this form, from a remark made by Napoleon to the Polish ambassador De Pradt (D. G. De Pradt Histoire de l’Ambassade (1815) 215), following the retreat from Moscow in 1812: Du sublime au ridicule il n’y a qu’un pas, there is only one step from… …   Proverbs new dictionary

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