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Synonyms for Yugoslavian

of or relating to or characteristic of the former country of Yugoslavia or its people or languages


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And dragged on as every sentence of the deal was translated from English to Yugoslavian and vice versa.
And the Yugoslavian army is a bit higher on the food chain than the Iraqis are.
Yugoslavian Branko Jelen - who also worked for the CARE organisation - received a six-year term.
In sending this aid, we send a message to our Yugoslavian friends: we care about you and we're going to help.
At the Yugoslavian capital, Majer and his father sought asylum with the United States as refugees.
But Sinisa Mihajlovic, sorely missed on Sunday after being put out of action by an injury, will return to bolster the Yugoslavian cause.
THE toppling of tyrant Slobodan Milosevic as Yugoslavian leader was last night made one of the key war aims.
John Simpson and fellow BBC reporter Mike Williams remain and will still be able to file by telephone or to a fixed camera in a Yugoslavian studio, but will have no further opportunity to film in Belgrade's streets, the spokesman said.
Earlier Prime Minister Tony Blair urged Russian Premier Yevgeny Primakov to persuade Yugoslavian president Slobodan Milosevic into a climbdown.
Yutaka Iimura, deputy director general of the Foreign Ministry's European and Oceanian Affairs Bureau, conveyed the Japanese position to Yugoslavian Ambassador to Japan Radoslav Bulajic, ministry spokesman Sadaaki Numata said in a statement.
This high prediction rate was "toogood to be true,' says Spielberger, and spurred him to contact Grossarth-Maticek and reanalyze the voluminous Yugoslavian data.
Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERICY) and the leading Yugoslavian operator Mobtel will sign a contract for a major expansion and upgrade of Mobtel's GSM network in Yugoslavia.
Later, he sings in Yugoslavian with Hanks and a crowd of extras in an airport terminal bar.
All day long as the Yugoslavian army pulled out of Pristina, streams of lorries were driven back across the Serb border packed with stolen goods.
Of course they will not be tried and they will be back in their homes as soon as this stupidity stops," said Milan Bozic, Minister without Portfolio in the Yugoslavian government and deputy mayor of Belgrade.