Lisitsa

Lisitsa

 

(also Bol’shaia Lisitsa), a river in Tomsk Oblast, RSFSR; a right tributary of the Kef River (Ob’ basin). Length, 414 km; basin area, 7,980 sq km. The Lisitsa flows south among the marsh-ridden, taiga expanses of the West Siberian Plain. It is fed by mixed sources, predominantly snow. The Raiga River is the Lisitsa’s largest tributary (from the right). The river is used for floating logs.

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The blessing before immersion in a mikveh (ritual bath) ceremony for a bride's mother composed by Reform rabbis Maya Leibovich and Alona Lisitsa is: "B'rukha at Yah, Mekor Hakhayim, Hamekhadeshet et horuti" ("Praised [in feminine form] are you Yah, the source of life, who renews my motherhood").
The orchestra was to have performed with guest pianist Valentina Lisitsa.
After intermission, Ukranian pianist Valentina Lisitsa was soloist in the famous "Emperor" concerto.
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