from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- See Babruysk.
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Two days later the Russians fought their way into Bobruysk.
War's going wonderfully: Bobruysk, Mogilev and Orsha have fallen, lots of prisoners.
In this world, specifically in the Jewish ghetto of the city of Bobruysk in Belorussia, lived young Avrom Hirschenhorn.
Compounding the problem for Busch was Hitler’s decision that the key center part of his front, an arc formed by the cities of Vitebsk, Orsha, Mogilev, and Bobruysk, was to be defended to the bitter end.