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Drawing on primary source materials in Yiddish, Belorussian, and Russian, as well as selected memoir literature in Hebrew, Zel'tser considers the day-to-day experience of modernization and Sovietization as it occurred--unevenly--in the political, economic, educational, and cultural spheres.
Mottaki later held talks with Belorussian president Alexander Lukashenko and other high-ranking officials on ways to broaden effective bilateral ties of cooperation to escape negative effects of the ongoing global financial crisis.
I propose to consider some of the most important facts in the external history of Belorussian, at the same time focusing on the corresponding parallel developments in the Scottish Lowlands.
Khan crushed Belorussian Vitali Mar-tynov in just 75 seconds for his fifth professional win and he intends to fight again next month.
And the big Belorussian admitted he was delighted with the nickname which should now strike fear into his future opponents at the All England Club.
At 6ft 5ins, the Belorussian won't be daunted by the size of his opponent and he has always had the game to do well at Wimbledon.
Minsk -- In October 2002, the Belorussian parliament passed one of the most repressive laws on religion in the world.
Following this year's Tour, she will head for home in Cornuda, Italy, which she shares with three other women riders - two Lithuanians and a Belorussian.
They visited the Belorussian war memorial at Chatyn.
The first class of teleteaching in Belarus is being held at the Belorussian Polytechnic Academy.