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Byelorussian

having some association with Byelorussia.

Byelorussian harness horse
multiuse horse, including milk and meat, light draft, coach-horse.
Byelorussian red cattle
red, dairy cattle from Byelorussia.
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The people of Byelorussia appear understandably poorer than the Ukrainians or Russians, and are admittedly more conservative in their approach to life.
Serafinowicz, of Banstead, Surrey, had faced three specimen charges of murdering Jews in Byelorussia, now Belarus, in 1941 and 1942.
Blueberries are brought in from Byelorussia for cleaning, sorting and freezing, while mushrooms are obtained from the Baltic.
Ducal seat at Davidgrodek on the Horyn against the background of fortified settlements in western Byelorussia and Mazovian frontier (based on Polish research in 1937-1938), in
This manufacturing site will enable us to deliver our technically advanced products faster to the local domestic Russian market and to the neighboring markets of Ukraine, Byelorussia, Kazakhstan, and the Baltic States.
Rein, Leonid, The Kings and the Pawns: Collaboration in Byelorussia during World War II, Studies on War and Genocide.
On one hand that was the negative effect of the conflict relating delivery and transit of gas via the territory of Byelorussia.
The family lived in Vitebsk, Byelorussia (now Belarus), then part of the Russian Empire.
In January 2006, Kronos licensed its technology to Korolev-based EOL, a Russian Federation corporation, to produce, market, and distribute commercial air purification products, bacteriological and virus destruction devices and space heaters in select CIS states including Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Moldova and Byelorussia.
The Chechens are a people of a different ethnic and cultural background, and at first it was thought that their divorce from Russia would be more natural than the separation of some of the other republics, especially Slavic ones such as the Ukraine and Byelorussia.