Berezina


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Be·re·zi·na

 (bə-rĕ′zĭ-nə, byə-ryĕ-zyĭ-nä′)
A river of Belarus rising in the north-central part of the country and flowing about 610 km (380 mi) generally southward to the Dnieper River.

Berezina

(Russian bɪrɪziˈna)
n
(Placename) a river in Belarus, rising in the north and flowing south to the River Dnieper: linked with the River Dvina and the Baltic Sea by the Berezina Canal. Length: 563 km (350 miles)

Be•re•zi•na

(bɪˈreɪ zə nə)

n.
a river in central Belorussia, flowing SE into the Dnieper River. 350 mi. (565 km) long.
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As a bleeding, mortally wounded animal licks its wounds, they remained inert in Moscow for five weeks, and then suddenly, with no fresh reason, fled back: they made a dash for the Kaluga road, and (after a victory- for at Malo-Yaroslavets the field of conflict again remained theirs) without undertaking a single serious battle, they fled still more rapidly back to Smolensk, beyond Smolensk, beyond the Berezina, beyond Vilna, and farther still.
It's his torment; afterward he consoles himself, almost as if he had been at Austerlitz, at Wagram, 1812, the Russian campaign, water, ice, and corpses, the Battle of Berezina and that man of destiny who succumbs to a Europe of nobodies, a Europe that never ends, demain c'est Sainte-Helene, demain c'est le tombeau, and he speaks loudly of errors, incompetent comrades.
Como ella, su esposa, imaginaba la retirada de Rusia y el Berezina que, obligatoriamente, le esperaban, o de lo contrario no seria sino un politico como tantos otros, no un gran hombre ni un heroe.
Members of historical clubs dressed as 1812 French and Russian soldiers take part in a reenactment yesterday to mark the 205th anniversary of Napoleon's army retreat from Russia across the Berezina River, near the village of Studenka, some 85km of Minsk.
Major organization : GU "REPUBLICAN SANATORIUM" BEREZINA "FOR VETERANS OF WAR, LABOR AND INVALIDS"
I know of few Russian historians who have not been tempted at one moment or another to cross the Berezina and to seek solace in the fertile and sunny lands of the West.
Tous les qualificatifs de la deroute ont ete mobilises par les chroniqueurs pour decrire une telle situation: hecatombe; berezina, defaite historique.
Salem Ahmed Salem, on the other hand, pulled off one of the big wins for the UAE contingent after beating IM Irina Berezina of Australia.
Berezin AE, Kremzer AA, Martovitskaya YV, Berezina TA, Samura TA.
2+], food availability, and desiccation events (Prosser & Heath 1991, Somero 1995, Jacobsen & Forbes 1997, Berezina 2001, Martin et al.