American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- See Belgrade.
- n. capital and largest city of Serbia and Montenegro; situated on the Danube
“I wanted to stay and live in Beograd permanently but I had duties to my graduate studies at FDU in Hackensack, New Jersey.”
“Bojana and I hugged; she introduced me to her family (father, mother and brother who was a high school student in Beograd).”
“Upon my flight arriving in Beograd, all passengers left the plane in the usual manner except Serbian citizens were shuffled through customs quickly merely showing their passport.”
“Like a dream come true, there I was in Beograd Serbia against all odds and complaints from my friends.”
“I have a film of when NATO bombed a newborn baby hospital unit in Beograd; disgraceful!”
“It was late summer and the outside café’s in Beograd were the best!”
“Had I known the university (FDU) would be soon dismissing me from their graduate program similarly to the New School for Social Research, I would have stayed in Beograd.”
“The book I posted online for you all to view, signing it to me under the alias name, Sharko thanking me for beautiful times spent together in Beograd.”
“We left Darko’s apartment after dusk and about ten minutes later parked nearby a beautiful green park lined with trees along the river, somewhere in Beograd.”
“[Footnote 17: In Servian, Belgrade is called Beograd, "white city;" -- poetically, "white eagle's nest."] [Footnote 18: I think that a traveller ought to see all that he can; but, of course, has no right to feel surprised at being excluded from citadels.] [Footnote 19: One of the representatives of the ancient imperial family is the Earl of Devon, for Urosh the Great married Helen of”
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