Baranovichi

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Ba•ra•no•vi•chi

(bəˈrɑ nəˌvɪtʃ i)

n.
a city in central Belorussia, SW of Minsk. 146,000.
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Take the Ibiza location designed by Baranowitz + Kronenberg and Ribas Ribas Architects, which nods to the yachts anchored offshore with warm woods and sea-weathered metals, or Hamburg's industrial setting inside a rehabbed warehouse on the waterfront, by FG Stijl.
(12) Among the most prominent roshei yeshiva who escaped together with their students to Lithuania were Rabbi Aron Kotler of Kletzk, Rabbi Eliezer Yehuda Frankel of Mir, Rabbi Boruch Ber Leibovitz of Kamenetz, Rabbi Elchanan Wasserman of "Ohel Torah" of Baranowitz, Rabbi Avraham Yaphin of Bialystok, and Rabbi Shabtai Yogel of Slonim.
A second prize scholarship of $2,500 was awarded to Sigal Baranowitz of the New York School of Interior Design, and a third prize of $1,000 was awarded to Radha Kalaria of the School of Visual Arts.
In their renovation of Tel Aviv's Mendeli Street Hotel, originally built in the late '60s, Alon Baranowitz and Irene Kronenberg of Baranowitz Kronenberg Architecture sought to build a space that would reflect--if not become a part of--the city's culture.