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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He stressed the need for measures to identify areas wherein Pakistani and Belarussian higher education institutions could develop collaboration.
When the Belarussian rejected his advances, he threatened to break her neck and kill her and insisted on having sex with her.
Pro-Kremlin websites such as Regnum and EADaily have published dozens of articles calling into question Belarus' sovereignty and highlighting the dangers supposedly posed by Belarussian nationalists.
He said that the meeting also touched on agreements that were signed by the two countries, especially the trade contracts between Sudanese and Belarussian companies on the importation of tractors and exportation of groundnut.
Local police identified the items as belonging to the 34-year-old Belarussian tourist who is staying in a Peyia lodging and had been spotted at a different beach on Sunday.
More recently, FH beat Glenavon 6-2 on aggregate in the Europa League and followed it up by turfing Belarussian side Neman Grodno out on their ear.
Shiva landed some good jabs on the Belarussian, but Asanau too hit back with some crisp punches on the Indian's face.
Yazaji called upon the pharmaceutical companies in Belarus to operate in Syria, expressing gratitude for the Belarussian leadership and people for the medical support extended to Syria.
The Russian economy is expected to decrease by 5%, Belarussian - by 1.5%, Kazakhstan economy is expected to grow about 1%, according to the EBRD forecast.
Putin, who has not been seen in public or on live television broadcasts for more than a week, postponed a meeting with Kazakh and Belarussian leaders last week.
AN AWARD-WINNING Belarussian pianist is dropping in to Stokesley for a lunchtime date.
Llodra and Mahut will next meet either Belarussian Max Mirnyi and his Russian partner Mikhail Youzhny or Pole Lukasz Kubot and his Swedish partner Robert Lindstedt in their semi-final draw.

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