Belaya


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Be·la·ya

 (bĕl′ə-yə)
A river of southwest Russia rising in the Ural Mountains and flowing about 1,430 km (890 mi) generally northwest to the Kama River.
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"He joined Obolenski's Cossacks and went to Belaya Tserkov where the regiment is being formed.
The company attributed to this to USD5.7 million in losses from obsolete ore stockpiles in Valunisty and the Belaya Gora mine, also in Russia.
It successfully performed at the first Sheki International Theater Festival, the 19th Belaya Veja (White Castle) International Theater Festival, the first International Martin McDonagh Festival, the 17th Black Sea International Theater Festival, the 5th Northern Meetings International Theater Festival, etc.
She had been kept at the Belaya Yurta campsite after she was abandoned by a circus trainer as a cub.
The overall production in the country is also affected by the financial problems of the Russian agricultural holding Belaya Ptitza, which was forced to stop production this year.
Its key geographical location between the forests and the steppe, a branched river system that connected the region with the south (by the Belaya River), north, west, south-west (by the Kama) and with the east to the Trans-Urals (by the Sylva and Chusovaya) helped the population to develop in a successful and dynamic way.
2 -- Many rivers cross Tatarstan, but the major ones include Volga, Kama, Belaya, Ik, and Vyatka.
The Khadum rocks in the Fore-Caucasus are found at a wide range of depths (0 to 4,500 m) and are exposed on the surface in the canyon area of the Belaya (White) River, 30 km south of the city of Maykop, Adygea Republic.
Mines largely continued to operate in line with the performance from recent quarters, although Belaya Gora is still suffering from a decline in grades and recoveries, as was MNV during the quarter, though to a lesser extent.
Minkowski was born in 1859 in Belaya Tserkov, Ukraine, where his father was the cantor.
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