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 (mə-hē-lou′, mä-hē-lyou′) or Mo·gi·lev (mŏg′ə-lĕf′, mə-gĭ-lyôf′)
A city of east-central Belarus on the Dnieper River east of Minsk. Founded around a castle built in 1267, the city eventually passed to Russia in 1772.
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Organized 5 kick-off round-tables in Mahileu, Homel, Viciabsk, Brest and Hrodna
Held 11 training work-shops on preparation of applications at district level in Mahileu, Homel and Brest regions
Very generally, the term sery is dominant in the dialects south of Minsk and part of the central dialects from Mahileu down to Homel', where sery dominates the central and northern dialects (see Mayo 1983:943 for a summary of Belarusian dialects).