Belorussia


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Belorussia:

see BelarusBelarus
or Byelarus
, formerly Belorussia,
officially Republic of Belarus, republic (2005 pop. 9,799,000), c.80,150 sq mi (207,600 sq km), E central Europe. It is sometimes called White Russia.
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Belarus

, Byelorussia, Belorussia
a republic in E Europe; part of the medieval Lithuanian and Polish empires before occupied by Russia; a Soviet republic (1919--91); in 1997 formed a close political and economic union with Russia: mainly low-lying and forested. Languages: Belarussian; Russian. Religion: believers are mostly Christian. Currency: rouble. Capital: Minsk. Pop.: 9 851 000 (2004 est.). Area: 207 600 sq. km (80 134 sq. miles)
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Establishing the exclusive distribution agreement with Bang & Bonsomer will ensure that Cytec continues to develop business in Russia, Ukraine, Belorussia, working with locally based partners in the composites industry, while offering them the consistent high level of customer service that they associate with Cytec, worldwide.
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