Definitions

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  • noun Bosnian
  • adjective Bosnian, especially with reference to people

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Examples

  • They all for some reason listen to MSM to get their lies fresh and hot because MSM are liars too. does anyone know who 'Bosniac's are?

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  • I'll give it a shot but I'm fighting off a "Bosniac" attack right now.

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  • Right-Wingers, Reporters Make Up Biden "Bosniac" Gaffe

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • The standard literary languages are validly called by their national appellation - Croatian, Serbian, and Bosniac respectively.

    languagehat.com: "BOSNIAN" IN NOVI PAZAR.

  • See, this is the charming result of "essentialism": it makes you assume that once a Bosniac and a Malay become Musulmaniacs, they'll all acquire the same essence, because hr finds the opposite idea, that "words" are *not* "things", relativistic and post-modern, therefore abhorrent.

    Archive 2005-10-16

  • But these things are not on his radar since he doesn't understand that a Bosniac, an Afghani, a Yemeni, a Chechen, a Malay, and an Indonesian cannot possibly be doing all those violent things - whatever they are this week - just because they were taught to "slay the infidel wherever you see him".

    Does Islam make its adherents violent?

  • But these things are not on his radar since he doesn't understand that a Bosniac, an Afghani, a Yemeni, a Chechen, a Malay, and an Indonesian cannot possibly be doing all those violent things - whatever they are this week - just because they were taught to "slay the infidel wherever you see him".

    Archive 2005-10-16

  • See, this is the charming result of "essentialism": it makes you assume that once a Bosniac and a Malay become Musulmaniacs, they'll all acquire the same essence, because hr finds the opposite idea, that "words" are *not* "things", relativistic and post-modern, therefore abhorrent.

    Does Islam make its adherents violent?

  • Slavs, originally Christians, renegades of old, unable to speak a word of Turkish; preserving their Bosniac family-names, and without one drop of Turkish blood in their veins.

    The Land of Midian

  • The President initially will meet with the joint Bosnian presidency, the tripartite presidency -- Izetbegovic, who is the Bosniac, as you know; Radisic, who is Serb; and Jelavic, the Croat.

    Press Briefing By Sandy Berger And Gene Sperling

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