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  • proper noun A city in Belarus.

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Examples

  • With the help of this document and despite his pronounced Jewish appearance, he visited dozens of ghettos such as Grodno, Bialystok, Warsaw, Cracow, Czestochowa and Bendin.

    Tema Sznajderman.

  • A prosecutor from the Grodno region said, "The animal fiercely resisted and in the struggle accidentally pulled the trigger with its paw."

    Fox Shoots Hunter

  • The city's denizens retain close cultural ties with Poland, and activists say that most of Grodno's city officials are now imported from Minsk to curb the city's European leanings.

    Lukashenko's Least-Favorite Writer

  • Despite, or perhaps because of this, Grodno has become the unofficial headquarters for Belarus's dissidents, independent journalists and the few remaining foreign correspondents still residing in-country—including Mr. Poczobut, who was born into a well-respected family of Grodno Poles.

    Lukashenko's Least-Favorite Writer

  • "What's absurd here is that Lukashenko has called himself a dictator," Mr. Poczobut tells me during a series of email and phone interviews from Grodno.

    Lukashenko's Least-Favorite Writer

  • A prosecutor from the Grodno region said, "The animal fiercely resisted and in the struggle accidentally pulled the trigger with its paw."

    Fox Shoots Hunter

  • Vishay Intertechnology Felix Zandman He was one of the few Jews in Grodno, a Polish city during World War II and now part of Belarus, who survived the war.

    Polish Holocaust Survivor Founded Electronics Firm

  • Just ask the residents of Grodno, a Western-style city of 300,000 people just 10 miles from the Polish border.

    Lukashenko's Least-Favorite Writer

  • Mr. Zandman was born in Grodno, where his maternal grandfather ran a prosperous construction firm and his father, descended from Talmudic scholars, was a chemist with Zionist sympathies.

    Polish Holocaust Survivor Founded Electronics Firm

  • Before the July verdict, Mr. Poczobut had spent three months in an 18th-century Grodno prison, away from his wife and young son.

    Lukashenko's Least-Favorite Writer

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