Byelorussian


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Synonyms for Byelorussian

the Slavic language spoken in Belarus

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Byelorussian Steel Works The Belarus-based company is on a markets-expansion and consolidation spree that includes the Middle East.
Here all Baltic peoples, Byelorussians and Ukrainians stand near to the Russians with Swedes, Poles, Germans and Hungarians far behind and Italians or Scotsmen even farther.
Milosz spent his youth and his university years in Vilnius, a baroque and cosmopolitan city, whose population mostly spoke Polish and Yiddish, but also Lithuanian, Byelorussian, and Russian.
See TADEUSZ PIOTROWSKI, POLAND'S HOLOCAUST 10 (1998) (discussing Soviet policy's goal of "eliminating all traces of that county's [history]"); 2 NORMAN DAVIES, GOD'S PLAYGROUND: A HISTORY OF POLAND 327 (discussing the new territories and their "democratic elections" performed as part of the Byelorussian SSR and the Ukrainian SSR).
Doctor of Science (biochemistry), Byelorussian State University (Minsk, Byelorussia), 1980.
Litvinenko, who called Putin a "Russian dictator" and accused him of ordering her husband's murder, said that she could see "no logic or consistency" in banning Alexander Lukashenko, the Byelorussian president dubbed "Europe's last dictator", from Britain but allowing Putin to visit.
In 1984, at the end of my first year at the Jesuit School in Berkeley, I flew to Europe and visited my mother's village in the Byelorussian Republic of the Soviet Union.
In the context of eastern Slavic culture, it is precisely this aspect in which the more southerly, as well as the Byelorussian and Ukrainian, laments are not comparable to those of North Russia.
at 307 (support of Byelorussian representative); id.
Ragula, Byelorussian Canadian Co-ordinating Committee; Mr.
Formed in 2001, Kenaz Translations specializes in the translation, localization and proofreading of English, French, Spanish and German copy into more than a dozen Eastern European languages - Russian, Ukrainian, Polish, Byelorussian, Azerbaijani, Armenian, Georgian, Kazakh, Uzbek, Tajik, Latvian, Lithuanian, Estonian, etc.
After a theoretical overview and a historical background, he discusses Germany policies in Byelorussia 1941-44, political collaboration in Byelorussian state building, the church's collaboration, the legal press as a propagandist tool of the Nazis' New Europe, the politics of repression, and military-police collaboration.
In 1991, the Ministry of Health of Byelorussian SSR sent a letter to Earthrise Nutritionals requesting a donation of spirulina for the children of Chernobyl.
After that came small roles in Defiance, as a Jewish girl hiding in a Byelorussian forest during World War II, That Evening Sun , as a restless teenager, and Amelia, as a pioneer aviator.