Byelorussia


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The Ordovician System of the East European Platform (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Byelorussia, parts of Russia, the Ukraine and Moldova).
On other routes only incremental additions to nameplate capacity are possible (Yamal-Russia via Byelorussia --to 33 bcm from 32 bcm, on Blue Stream under the Black Sea to Turkey to 16 bcm from 13.6 bcm.
This species is distributed in North America (USA, Canada), South America (Brasil), Europe (Turkey, Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Germany, Poland, Byelorussia, Ukraine, Russia), East Asia (Japan, Korea, China) and Africa (Egypt) (Feres et al., 2005, Santos, 2011, Zhang, 2003).
Natalia Vasilevich is a theologian from the Orthodox Church of Byelorussia. She is the Director at Centre Ecumena in Minsk, and contributes to the Belarusian Institute for Strategic Studies.
During 2006-2011 for increasing productivity of cattle more than 23.2 thousand heads of pedigree 1-2 year old heifers were imported from Byelorussia, Germany, Poland, and many national breeding private farms were newly developed.
Rein, Leonid, The Kings and the Pawns: Collaboration in Byelorussia during World War II, Studies on War and Genocide.
It was at Yalta that the USSR was awarded three votes in the UN General Assembly (Russia and two of the nations dominated by Moscow, Ukraine and Byelorussia), while all other nations, including the United States, would have only one.
The 15 republics were: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Byelorussia, Ukraine, Moldavia, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, and Russia (which itself comprised distinct individual regions such as Chechnya, Dagestan and others).
The Yale historian's Bloodlands: Europe Between Hitler and Stalinhailed by Antony Beevor when it appeared in 2010 as "the most important work of history for years"is grim and magisterial; it puts together the tragedy of the Holocaust with earlier mass murders in the regions that Snyder christens the "bloodlands" (Lithuania, Latvia, Byelorussia, Poland, and Ukraine).
Bulgarians are the poorest among other EU Member States, but ahead of Russia, Macedonia, Serbia, Albania, Byelorussia and Bosnia.
Positive for Uralkaliy came from expectations of possible merger with Belikaliy of Byelorussia. The negative close was on Raspadskaya.
The kings and the pawns; collaboration in Byelorussia during World War II.
Parts of Byelorussia and Japan are now heavily polluted by radioactivity, many people having been moved out of both areas for their own safety.
The tendency toward self-reflexivity spills over into "Disobedience in Byelorussia: Self-Interrogation on 'Research-Based Art,'" an entertaining text published in e-flux journal no.
1991: Leaders of the three republics - Russia, Byelorussia and Ukraine - formed a "commonwealth of independent states" and pronounced the Soviet Union dead.