Byelorussian


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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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General features of evolution of lakes ecosystems in Byelorussian Lakeland on the basis of study of lakes sediments.
at 229 (sixteen in favour, twenty-seven against, rive abstentions; in favour: Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Dominican Republic, Iran, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Panama, Turkey, Union of South Africa, United States; against: Argentina, Australia, Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic, China, Columbia, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia, France, Haiti, India, Liberia, Mexico, Norway, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Sweden, Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, Soviet Union, Uruguay, Venezuela, Yemen, Yugoslavia; abstaining: Afghanistan, Greece, Saudi Arabia, Siam, Syria).
Significant numbers of non-Catholics--especially Ukrainian and Byelorussian Orthodox and Uniates, Jews, and German Protestants--continued to live in Poland until the end of World War II.
According to Time, the initial relationship was midwifed by Felix Brayin, a financially successful Byelorussian immigrant, who brought Yeltsin's foundering campaign staff into contact with campaign consultants for Governor Pete Wilson of California.
Intourist and the ex-Soviet, now Russian, Embassy, which still handles visas for what used to be the Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic, shuttled us back and forth across London for a couple of days before they succeeded in convincing us that processing the applications really would take 14 days (working days, that is, meaning about four hours a day, four days a week).
three East Slavic nationalities: Russian, Byelorussian and Ukrainian.
McIntosh, Quetico's Linda Wiens and three American organizational development experts were invited to Minsk Byelorussia by the Byelorussian State University of Economics.
in 000) Russian SFSR 6,592,800 146,000 Ukrainian SSR 233,100 51,377 Uzbek SSR 172,700 19,569 Kazakh SSR 1,049,200 16,470 Byelorussian SSR 80,200 10,141 Azerbaijan SSR 33,400 6,921 Georgian SSR 26,911 5,297 Tadzhik SSR 54,019 4,969 Moldavian SSR 13,012 4,224 Kirghiz SSR 76,642 4,238 Lithuanian SSR 26,173 3,682 Armenian SSR 11,306 3,459 Turkmen SSR 188,417 3,455 Latvian SSR 24,695 2,673 Estonian SSR 17,413 1,571
The experiments were done by a group of researchers at the Byelorussian State University in Minsk.
Sorsher received a Master of Science and Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from Byelorussian Polytechnic Institute, USSR.
Total of students with native language different from the language of instruction in public schools, average for 2005-2010 Language spoken Number of students Total of ethnic at home in schools group in 2000 * Abkhaz 43 13 Armenian 30 1,444 Azeri 48 880 Byelorussian 2 17,241 Chechen 2 48 Georgian 11 430 Latvian 17 2,330 Lithuanian 16 2,116 Tatar 7 2,582 Ukrainian 64 29,012 TOTAL 240 53,999 The total of students representing various ethnic groups in public schools is 6,928.
Doctor of Biomedical Sciences (Forestry), Byelorussian Technology University (Minsk), 1984.