Chromosome numbers in some representatives of the families Apiaceae, Brassicaceae, Caryophyllaceae and Cyperaceae in the Byelorussian
Perhaps it was Byelorussian
Olga Korbut's incredible gymnastic performances which produced the realization that youngsters (she was 17 at the 1972 Munich Games) were being over-trained at a far too young age.
Spungin also became the first sighted women to receive the Russian Medal from the Byelorussian
Association of the Blind.
The UN General Assembly Resolution 181: In favour: 33--Australia, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Byelorussian
These groups also often presented dances from other ethnic groups within the USSR, including Byelorussian
and Russian dances (Virsky State Folk Dance Ensemble 1962).
Steel Works' officials Chaus and Alaiksundarwelcomed visitors to their stall.
Steel Works, a producer of steel from the Republic of Belarus, plans to open a representative office in Dubai.
Densely packed giant trees, wild vegetation, and dangerous swamps in the Byelorussian
forest offered concealment from the Germans and their collaborators.
For instance, a passenger going from Lithuania to Russia without a Byelorussian
transit visa is detrained at the cross-border station on the Byelorussian
territory and returned back to Lithuania.
The old fashioned meeting rooms were empty while halls and corridors were full of people who had come to visit the "bazaar," a kind of food fair with crafts from all over the world and where each "nation" had a stand presenting and selling anything from Sudanese sweets to Byelorussian
musical instruments and Chinese tea.
This tendency is especially interesting because in other respects Russian, Ukrainian and Byelorussian
folklore has much in common.
Steel Works (BMZ), headquartered in Belarus has announced that its Wire Plant-1 manufactured its one millionth metric ton of hardward products in late August.