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a Russian dish made with patties of ground meat (mixed with onions and bread and milk) and served with a sauce of sour cream

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Julius Kibet Bitok appreciated the initiative of commemorating Africa Day and convening a roundtable dialogue.
Julius Kibet Bitok also assured to make since efforts for the promotion of business-to-business contacts between Pakistan and Kenya, besides,pledging to remove all the hurdles from the way of smooth promotion of the mutual trade.
Julius Bitok, while expressing worries over limited trade volume between Pakistan and Kenya, advised the business and industrial community of Karachi to focus on diversifying their exports to Kenya in order to improve the existing trade volume between the two countries.
Julius Bitok, while expressing worries over the limited trade volume between Pakistan and Kenya, advised the business and industrial community of Karachi to focus on diversifying their exports to Kenya in order to improve the existing trade volume between the two countries.
It also reflects enhanced recruiting and more energy focused on retention, says Abraham Bitok, interim vice president of student success at Dine.
"I want to believe the ICC process will be as fair as possible to both the suspects and the victims of the post-election violence," Julius Bitok, a university lecturer in Eldoret, epicentre of the initial post-poll attacks, told KTN.
Our main courses - yes, we did get there in the end - were a fillet steak with oxtail bitok and parsley mash for him and a cep risotto for me.
The Pontyclun-based miler stepped up to the longer distance at the Norwich Union International at Glasgow's Kelvin Hall and came home in 7.56.22mins for a third place behind double Olympic medallist Paul Bitok, who recorded the fastest time in the world this year of 7.49.64mins.
3,000m won by Kenyan Paul Bitok in a new stadium r ecord.
Paul Bitok ran the fastest time in the world this year when he emphatically won the 3,000m in seven minutes 49.63secs.
The Olympic and world long jump champion, Dwight Phillips is competing and the men's 3,000m can be one of the best ever with Kenya's Paul Bitok taking on the big Aussie, Craig Mottram, and Irish record holder, Mark Carroll.
Bekele, on his own after less than four laps, was initially well on target but slowed to 7mins 41.31secs, well clear of Kenya's Paul Bitok (7mins 50.54secs) and Craig Mottram from Australia (7mins 50.64secs).
Paul Bitok, also from Kenya, won a 5,000 in Seville, Spain, in 13:13.80.
Stan James (best performance this year in brackets): Men - pole vault (5.15pm) 8-15 T Lobinger (5.86m), 7-4 J Hartwig (5.80), 7 A Averbukh (5.80), 25 T Mack (5.75); Javelin (7pm) 1-7 S Makarov (90.11m), 4 B Henry (88.10), E Rags (86.32), 33 D Trafas (81.49); 110m hurdles (7.40pm) 6-4 O Stanislavs (13.15secs), T Trammell (13.32), 3 X Liu (13.21), 7 D Ross (13.21); 100m (8pm) Evs D Chambers (10.03), M Lewis Francis (10.07), 7 C Miller (10.07), 33 A Sakari (10.07); 800m (8.20pm) 10-11 W Bungei (1:43.05), 13-8 D Krummenacker (1:45.53), 5 M Mulaudzi (1:43.25), 16 B Som (1:44.22); 5,000m (8.40pm) 7-4 A Chebii (13:08.10), 2 S Kipteker (13:39.47), 5-2 P Bitok (13:14.03), 4 S Hissou (-).