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Belyi

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Bely

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(Biography) Andrei (ʌnˈdreɪ), real name Boris Nikolayevich Bugaev. 1880–1934, Russian poet, novelist, and critic: a leading exponent of symbolism. His novels include Petersburg (1913)
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This woman of whom he writes--whoever she be--or any one, in short, but your own dear self, mama, and Edward, may have been so barbarous to bely me.
Foreign Minister Takeaki Matsumoto in the morning summoned Russian Ambassador to Japan Mikhail Bely and told him that he regrets the trip to the islands of Etorofu and Kunashiri by the Russian delegation as it ''runs counter to Japan's basic position and hurts the feeling of Japanese people.
It could have been a scene from a sequel to Jurassic Park: Peering down at the tiny worms wriggling under the lens of her microscope, biologist Alexandra Bely witnessed a performance that hadn't been played in nature in millions of years.
Focusing on the cuisine of these lesser known Slavic people, author Alexander Bely brings readers a sample of nearly two hundred Belarusian recipes such as Herring Fried in Batter, Simplest Babka, and Leavened Slizhyki, among other fine recipes.
Bely translated and adapted this edition from 250 Responses aux questions du marin curieux, published by Editions du Gerfaut, Paris, 2004.
Bely suggests the emergence of childhood experience in startling imagery.
In his "Memoir of Andrey Bely" the distinguished Russian philosopher Fyodor Stepun asks, "And generally speaking, did Bely exist?
Japan lodged a protest Monday against Russian President Dmitry Medvedev's visit to Kunashiri Island, one of the Russian-held but Japanese-claimed islands off Hokkaido, with Foreign Minister Seiji Maehara summoning Russian Ambassador to Japan Mikhail Bely.
Pierre-Yves Bely has taken many trips across the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
New Russian Ambassador to Japan Mikhail Bely said Wednesday he believes a longstanding territorial dispute over Russian-administered islands off Hokkaido should be resolved by finding a ''mutually acceptable'' solution while being flexible.
The daily newspaper, Le Monde, dedicated an entire page to the scientifically inexplicable cure of an illness that began affecting Jean-Pierre Bely in 1972.
Deputy Foreign Minister Hitoshi Tanaka was quoted as telling Mikhail Bely, director of the Russian Foreign Ministry's Second Asian Department, in their talks that Japan appreciates the constructive role Russia played at six-nation talks on the North Korean nuclear crisis last month in Beijing.