- a city in E Poland.
Russian Be·lo·stok, Bye·lo·stok [byi-luh-stawk] /byɪ lʌˈstɔk/.
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Examples from the Web for bialystok
Here at Bialystok there is no scope for a doctor, especially if he be a homœopathist.
A four-horse waggon would bring it from Vienna to Bialystok.
The old Starosta could not come from Bialystok to Vienna on any account.
Every guest who had ever dined at the Palace of Bialystok had his own beaker on which his name was engraved.
The walls of the room were embellished by the portraits of the Lords of Bialystok.
- a city in E Poland: belonged to Prussia (1795–1807) and to Russia (1807–1919). Pop: 315 000 (2005 est)Russian name: Belostok
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