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  • n. Plural form of Bosnian.


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  • Oh, do you remember him calling Bosnians, Bosniacs?

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  • War with the Serbians and occasionally the Bosnians was the result, and a conflict known for its violence and "ethnic cleansing" raged for four years until the signing of the Dayton Accords.

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  • And, as we make our way through this struggle for equal recognition of all Bosnians, that is what we need to remind us that inside, we are basically all the same.

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  • The aid that actually got to the Bosnians was a bit of a mixed bag.

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  • In tonights VP debate Senator Biden called Bosnians "Bozniaks."

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  • If, for instance, a squad of soldiers tried to bully the officials in one village, striding into the mayor's office and making demands, "Bosnians" in all the other villages soon heard about it, and gave all the soldiers a hard time for the duration of the training session.

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  • "Bosnians" (i.e. Muslims; Serbs and Croats, like "Diocletian" are Bosnians, too) from the Srebrenica enclave MIGHT HAVE BEEN shot by the Bosnian Serbs.

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  • THE SETTING - At the outset of the crisis in 1990-91 most inhabitants of Bosnia-Herzegovina did not want to become "Bosnians" in any political sense; but they were unaware of the extent to which their future depended on events beyond their republic's boundaries.

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  • At this point, the perpetually helpful Big Bang Hunter suddenly announced that "[t] he term is 'Bosnians' Brown.

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  • For intricate political and cultural reasons, many Serbs, Croats, and Bosnians also favor these distinctions.

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