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For Russian gymnast, see Dmitry Ushakov (gymnast).
He was the creator and chief editor (1935–1940) of the 4-volume Explanatory Dictionary of the Russian Language with over 90,000 entries. He was also the creator of an orthographic dictionary of the Russian language (1934).
- "Dmitry Ushakov" (Russian)
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