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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The problem of liquidating the Jews in toto, in the territory of Byelorussia after the arrival of the Germans, presented certain well-known difficulties.
In many places moose were eliminated, and by the 1890s only about 10 remained in large forests in northern Ukraine (Migulin 1938) and a few in neighboring Byelorussia (Fedjushin 1929).
The detection of opisthorchiasis foci in Byelorussia [in Russian].
Summary: The talks session was held in Tripoli between the Libya and Byelorussia to discuss prospects for cooperation between the two countries in economic and cultural fields.
This passage is of course a reference to Stalin's forced collectivization of farms in the Soviet Union and the engineered starvation of farmers in Ukraine, North Caucasus, Byelorussia, and other areas.
Almost all non-nuclear weapons states have adhered to the treaty, and it is of special value that Ukraine, Byelorussia and Kazakhstan joined and transferred their nuclear weapons to Russia.
The soul-churning years of violence that inaugurated the Soviet regime reached from the Baltic to the Black Seas, from Byelorussia to the Ukraine.
And ten years from McGrew's call for a universal hologram reader, Prof Tannin of JSC Holography and Albert Karalenka of Light Magic, in Byelorussia, presented a paper describing their new multi-functional holographic reader.
The new plant will enable Rohm and Haas to deliver their products "faster to the local Russian market and to the neighboring markets of Ukraine, Byelorussia, Kazakhstan, and the Baltic States," says Jean-Francois Mayer, director of Rohm and Haas' Central and Eastern Europe and Turkey markets.
He experience his first expulsion at age one, when his family fled Mogilev in Byelorussia to Lokhvitsa in the Ukraine during World War I.
1992-1994 The two men agree to open a small Russia, Kazakhstan, store in Istanbul (as a joint Byelorussia, venture).
During the Holocaust, he was one of the organizers of the underground and the uprising in the Nesvizh ghetto, which was the first ghetto uprising, and one of the founders and commander of the Zhukor Jewish partisan unit that fought in the forests of Byelorussia.