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Bry·ansk

also Bri·ansk  (brē-änsk′)
A city of western Russia southwest of Moscow. It was part of Lithuania until the 16th century.
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Bryansk

(brɪˈænsk; Russian brjansk)
n
(Placename) a city in W Russia. Pop: 428 000 (2005 est)
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Bry•ansk

(briˈɑnsk)

n.
a city in the W Russian Federation, on the Desna river, SW of Moscow. 445,000.
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