Belarussian


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Belarussian

, Belarusian, Byelorussian, Belorussian
1. of, relating to, or characteristic of Belarus, its people, or their language
2. the official language of Belarus: an East Slavonic language closely related to Russian
3. a native or inhabitant of Belarus
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The Belarussian said the defendant attacked her once she left the nightclub at 3am.
Thapa looked pumped up in the second round and launched an attack on Asanau, including some body blows, but contrary to the trend of aggressive boxing which the current scoring system demands, the Belarussian raised his guard and prevented Thapa from landing punches on his face.
Both the Belarussian and the 21-year-old Russian woman passenger were wearing helmets.
Sechin's comments follow a meeting on between him and authoritarian Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko in Minsk and the news that Russia's oil pipeline monopoly Transneft would cut supplies less than previously planned, despite the need for repairs.
Two costly drops at the start of the next left the Belarussian teetering on the brink but in difficult blustery conditions she levelled at 5-5 after trailing 4-1.
html) activists , two of whom risked death to fly a tiny airplane into Belarussian airspace and toss the toys overboard.
Summary: Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko ordered security forces Wednesday to question local "political actors" -- a reference to the opposition -- over a metro station bomb attack which killed 12 people.
Azarenka has been chalked up as the 1-8 favourite by Bet365 and that's no surprise given the Belarussian has far more pedigree at this level than the 20-year-old qualifier from Romania.
I appeal to readers on behalf of the Belarussian children our team will bring over for respite this Easter.
ANTALYA, Sep 18, 2010 (TUR) -- Belarussian Ambassador in Ankara, Valery Kolesnik, said Friday Antalya was a well known and loved city by the Belarussians.
Close interdisciplinary contacts of Lithuanian, Polish, Belarussian, Ukrainian, Hungarian researchers open many new perspectives to work actively and effectively, investigating the Eastern and Central European regions and to provide an excellent opportunity to reach new insights, analysing the challenges of Euro-integration and globalization to post-Soviet countries.
Official Gazprom representative Sergey Kupriyanov responded to the ultimatum by stating that under the contract in force Gazprom owes nothing to the Belarussian side.