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Belaya

(byĕl`əyə) [Rus.,=white], river, c.880 mi (1,420 km) long, Bashkortostan, E European Russia. It rises in the Ural Mts. and winds generally NW past Beloretsk, Sterlitamak (where it becomes navigable), and Ufa to join the Kama River. There are important oil fields in the Belaya River valley near Ufa.
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Segmentally, sales in the Mnogovershinnoye mine rose by 28% to 60,492 tonnes of gold and gold equivalent from 47,144 tonnes, and there was a small sales rise of 1.7% at Belaya Gora to 19,554 tonnes from 19,224 tonnes.
Schramm's paper of 1974 where he "translated 'Gelthethiudes' as the golden nation and allocated it in the Urals, between the Chusovaya and Belaya Rivers" (Budanova 1990, 125).
Lamb Weston / Meijer, a partnership between US-based ConAgra Foods Lamb Weston and Netherlands-based Meijer Frozen Food, announced on Monday the signing of an agreement with Russian company Belaya Dacha to establish a new joint venture partnership that will serve the Russian market.
This "belaya depressia," or white depression, is a common Russian phenomenon.
While most studies find that dependence on a business partner leads to exertion of power or coercive behavior by the most powerful party (Corsten and Felde 2005; Gassenheimer and Ramsey 1994; Rajagopal 2009), other studies claim that this behavior is counterproductive because the most dependent party develops a relational orientation and is less likely to be opportunistic (Belaya, Gagalyuk, and Hanf 2009).
Kiev forces shelled Donetsk (Petrovsky, Kuybyshevsky and Kievsky districts and airport) and the settlements of Yasinovataya, Telmanovo, Belaya Kamenka, Zaichenko, Zhabichevo, Lozovoye and Spartak.
A lengthy <<stories>> presented by the noble representatives of central Russian towns and those of Novgorod, such as Suzdal, Juriev Polskoy, Pereslavl Zalessky, Belaya, Kostroma, Smolensk, Galich, Arzamas, Veliky Novgorod, Rzheva Volodimerova, Zubtsov, Toropets, Rostov, Poshekhonie, Torzhok, Gorokhovets.
The Paleo-Kama valley is being traced from the modern mouth of the Belaya river along the left bank of the Kama river.
The Lemno turioniferae-Thacletum natantis was found in the basins of the Iya, Belaya and Ingoda rivers.
The show included semi-private, daily art tours and two VIP opening parties with passed hors d'oeuvres and complimentary cocktails provided by Belaya Rus vodka.
Highland Gold shares advanced over 10% w-o-w on successful commissioning of Belaya Gora plant which is expected to contribute up to a third of its total output.
As Belaya, Gagalyuk, and Hanf (2009) point out, the nature of power in supply chain relationships presupposes an asymmetrical distribution of power among partners because of differences in expertise, size, switching costs, dependence, contract structure, etc.