Croat


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  • noun

Synonyms for Croat

a member of the Slavic people living in Croatia

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ICTY's judges said that Prlic's militia groups were guilty of murder, rape and of illegal deportations of Muslims in the self-proclaimed ethnic Croat State of Herceg-Bosna.
A majority of the three-judge panel says that late-Croat President Franjo Tudjman was a key member of a plan to carve out a Croat ministate in Bosnia with the aim of later uniting it with his country to create a greater Croatia, or leaving it as a separate independent state.
No fans were admitted at the Poljud stadium in Split following the racist chants of Croat fans during a qualifier against Norway in March.
Croatia filed its initial case with the ICJ - the top UN court - in 1999, accusing Serbs, led by President Slobodan Milosevic, of targeting ethnic Croats during the conflict.
Izetbegovic, a Bosniak, assumed the chairmanship from Zeljko Komsic who is a Croat and held the office over the past eight months.
Murray faces Dodig in today's first singles match knowing a win will seal a British victory and he reckons facing the Croat in the doubles could prove to be crucial.
The multi-ethnic Social Democratic Party -- in coalition with the main Bosnian Muslim SDA party -- has attracted a certain amount of support among Bosnian Croat voters and also wants the posts reserved for this community.
Reports yesterday suggested that Chelsea are set to increase the initial pounds 22million they bid for Croat Modric, who launched a stinging attack on Spurs chairman Daniel Levy on Saturday.
Spurs boss Harry Redknapp has warned Chelsea that Modric is not for sale at any price, not unless they increase their offer by pounds 5m, and has branded the mercurial Croat irreplaceable - easy for him to say but not so easy for Roy Hodgson.
His only crime was being a Bosnian Muslim, but that was enough for the Bosnian Croat military police.
The Croat turnout will be very important for the credibility and strength of the Croat policy, not only at the elections, but also afterwards, during negotiations on the country's constitutional arrangement, Cordas told D'Errico.
Meanwhile, central institutions are weak, the Republika Srpska acts as if it had nothing to do with the rest of the country, and the Croats in the Muslim-Croat region, feeling that they got the worst of the Dayton deal, are increasingly resentful.
Daphne Winland has chosen an original angle to study another key phase of Croat identity formation--exile communities and post-Yugoslav Croatia.
The Scot, 21, broke the big-serving Croat in the second and sixth games to win the first set in 25 minutes.
of Melbourne, Australia) presents an ethnographic study of relations between Croat immigrants and Maoris in the gumfields of northern colonial New Zealand He first explores processes of identity formation within the context of the interplay of power relations in colonial New Zealand and then examines the role of collective and individual memory in producing identity among the Maori and the Croats and their descendents.