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Slonim (Belarusian: Сло́нім; Russian: Сло́ним Polish: Słonim) is a city in Belarus in the Hrodna voblast, located at the junction of the Scara and Isa rivers, 143 km southeast of Hrodna. It is a station on the railway line between Baranovichi and Vaukavysk. The population is 53,100 (1995). Categories: Belarus-related stubs | Regions of Belarus ... Hrodna (or Grodna, Horadnia, Harodnia) (Belarusian: ; Russian: ; Polish: ; Lithuanian: ; Yiddish: ; German: ) is a city in Belarus. ... Baranovichi (Belarusian Баранавiчы | Baranavičy; Polish Baranowicze) is a city in the Brest voblast in western Belarus with a population of 173 000 (as of 1995). ... VaÅ­kavysk (Belarusian: ) is a town in the Minsk Province of Belarus. ...

The Slonimer Hasidic dynasty came from there. Slonim is a Hasidic dynasty originating in the town of Slonim now in Belarus. ...

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Slonim is a Hasidic dynasty originating in the town of Slonim now in Belarus. ...

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Yochi Slonim: Recording the Crash (751 words)
In 1996, while Slonim was heading Mercury's product development division, he was approached by a group of Russian engineers with technology used to reverse-engineer software, which had the ability to record the internal activity of a program down to the execution of an application at the code level.
Slonim served on Mutek's board from its inception, but it wasn't until 1998 that he hit upon the idea of using the technology's unique recording ability as a software fl box.
We decided it was the server." By May 2000, Slonim left his job as an executive vice president at software vendor Technomatix Technologies, where he managed 500 people, to devote his energy at Mutek full-time as the company's president and CEO.
Slonim - The Ledger of Slonim (1667 words)
Slonim was taken by Russia and remained under the czarist regime from 1796 to 1915 when the Germans captured Slonim in World War I. After three long years of hunger, epidemics, and two confrontations between the newly recreated Poland and the Russian Red army, Slonim was twice under the Soviet regime.
In 1569 Lithuania was annexed by Poland and the immigration of Polish Jews to Slonim increased.
Slonim, en masse, came to see the first automobiles, but the streets of Slonim, muddy or sandy, were not prepared to handle the motor vehicles.
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