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  • n. Plural form of Byelorussian.

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Examples

  • It is not until my protagonist finds himself, stripped of his own identity, working alongside Ukrainians and Byelorussians on a farm on the east coast of England that he confronts these harsh realities.

    Monica Ali: Unexpected Opportunities in the Midst of Recession

  • The historical fact that the nation of Byelorussians had existed as a coherent one and had its own institutions for thousands of years is never mentioned.

    Ignorance in Heart Rocks?

  • I also express my gratitude to the Serbian nation and the Greeks and Byelorussians, to all who fought alone against the horrible Nazi machine when no one helped them.

    Doing the Right Thing

  • For the next two weeks, the Americans visited schools, held meetings, and witnessed to the Byelorussians.

    Dare 2B Wise

  • Russians, Byelorussians, Ukrainians, Danes, Eskimos, Italians, Mexicans and Africans touched by the poison as it spread around the world had no connection to Chernobyl, and they would die, too.

    Wolves Eat Dogs

  • If only — and this thought must afflict many others who now write about Eastern Europe — one could be transported to that brilliant, polyglot little city as it was, say, thirty-five years ago, how much of the mystery which both swaddles and envenoms the relations of Poles and Lithuanians and Russians and Byelorussians and Jews would make sense at last!

    Under Eastern Eyes

  • For a few days already my husband and I were boiling with outrage over the making the butcher of hundreds of thousands of Poles, Jews, Hungarians, Byelorussians and Russians a Hero of Ukraine.

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  • Among the Eastern only three peoples - Russians, Ukrainians and Byelorussians.

    Robert Amsterdam

  • Thanks to similarities with Czech, Byelorussians and Ukrainians have had the highest success rate on the test.

    Gates of Vienna

  • They were clearly not Scandinavians or east Slavs, but a Germanic-type people, today represented by the Balts and Byelorussians.

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