Synonyms for bahdanovich or Related words with bahdanovich

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Examples of "bahdanovich"
Aliaksandr Viktaravich Bahdanovich (, born 29 April 1982) is a Belarusian sprint canoeist. Competing in three Summer Olympics, he won a gold medal in the C-2 1000 m event at Beijing in 2008 together with Andrei Bahdanovich. They won silver in the same event in London. At the 2004 Games, he finished sixth in the C-2 500 m event rowing with Aleksandr Kurlyandchik.
Andrei Viktaravich Bahdanovich (, born 15 October 1987) is a Belarusian sprint canoer. He won a gold medal in the C-2 1000 m event at the 2008 Summer Olympics, rowing together with his brother Aliaksandr Bahdanovich. They finished second in this event in 2012 and fourth in the C-2 500 m in 2008.
Hanna Bahdanovich (; born October 14, 1983), also transliterated as "Anna Bagdanovich", is a track and field sprint athlete who competes internationally for Belarus.
Bahdanovich created many examples of social, artistic and philosophical lyrics. He was the first poet to introduce several new lyrical forms to Belarusian literature.
An ethnic Russian himself, Muliavin was inspired by Belarusian folklore. He later also recorded several Belarusian national songs as "Pahonia" on the lyrics by Maksim Bahdanovich.
Maksim Bahdanovich was a translator of Paul Verlaine, Heinrich Heine, Alexander Pushkin, Ovid, Horace and other poets into Belarusian and of Janka Kupala, Taras Shevchenko, Ivan Franko into Russian.
Bahdanovich also won six medals at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships with a gold (C-4 200 m: 2009), two silvers (C-2 1000 m: 2010, C-4 1000 m: 2001) and three bronzes (C-4 200 m: 2005, C-4 1000 m: 2002, 2006).
Bahdanovich represented Belarus at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. She competed at the 4x100 metres relay together with Yuliya Nestsiarenka, Aksana Drahun and Nastassia Shuliak. In their first round heat they placed sixth with a time of 43.69 seconds, which was the 9th time overall out of sixteen participating nations. With this result they failed to qualify for the final.
A new period started after the 1905 Russian Revolution, when the first Belarusian-language newspapers were established in Vilnius ("Nasa Dolia" and "Nasha Niva"). They brought together a circle of writers, who were arguing for developing the Belarusian language and its literature (including Maksim Bahdanovich, Zmitrok Biadulia, Maksim Harecki, Yakub Kolas). The Belarusian literature of the time combined elements of Romanticism, Realism and Modernism.
In late 1980s through early 1990s, the title "Belarusian Marseillaise" had also been used, occasionally, by the Belarusian national activists in relation to the song «Pahonya», with lyrics being the poem «Pahonya» by famous Belarusian poet Maksim Bahdanovich and the tune, indeed, that of La Marseillaise.
The Belarusian team featured five Olympic champions from Beijing (hammer throwers Aksana Miankova, sprint canoeing brothers Andrei and Aliaksandr Bahdanovich, and sprint kayakers Raman Piatrushenka, and Vadzim Makhneu). Shooters Sergei Martynov and Kanstantsin Lukashyk, and single sculls rower Ekaterina Karsten, competed at their sixth Olympic games, although they first appeared as part of either the Soviet Union (Martynov in 1988) or the Unified Team (Karsten and Lukashyk in 1992). Table tennis player Vladimir Samsonov became the fourth Belarusian athlete to compete at fifth Olympics. Meanwhile, trap shooter Andrei Kavalenka, at age 57, was the oldest athlete of the team, while rhythmic gymnast Nataliya Leshchyk was the youngest at age 17.
By the early 1910s, the continuing lack of a codified Belarusian grammar was becoming intolerably obstructive in the opinion of uniformitarian prescriptivists. Then Russian academician Shakhmatov, chair of the Russian language and literature department of St. Petersburg University, approached the board of the Belarusian newspaper Naša niva with a proposal that a Belarusian linguist be trained under his supervision in order to be able to create documentation of the grammar. Initially, the famous Belarusian poet Maksim Bahdanovich was to be entrusted with this work. However, Bahdanovich's poor health (tuberculosis) precluded his living in the climate of St. Petersburg, so Branislaw Tarashkyevich, a fresh graduate of the Vilnya Liceum No.2, was selected for the task.