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  • proper n. A city in the northwest of the Republic of Macedonia.

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Examples

  • It would have been more helpful for the English-speaking reader if Reka had got a native speaker to smooth out his prose, but we are not his primary audience, and I hope the students in Tetovo are grateful for his efforts.

    April Books 14) EU Constitution: the Rubicon of Supranational, by Blerim Reka

  • She and Pekar portray well her fascination with this paradoxical, contradictory country, exploring Skopje and Tetovo with excursions to Belgrade and Pristina, and I found much to agree with - the curious mixture of paranoia and pessimism which otherwise enlightened individuals sometimes display; the Hotel Ambasador and the Irish Pub in Skopje, the Hotel Moskva in Belgrade, the attitudes of the international officials involved with the local process.

    2008 Movies 1) Odd Man Out

  • The group sprang into the public eye in March, when it seized control of villages near the city of Tetovo and demanded that ethnic Albanians be granted a constitutional guarantee of equal rights and an end to employment, education and language policies that favor Slavs.

    Macedonia: Seeking Solutions

  • The streets were nearly deserted when we pulled into town, except for a few clusters of civilians who were worriedly discussing the day's deployment of tanks and artillery pieces around Tetovo.

    In The Thick Of It

  • Yet Hassan Zelili, Selce's deputy mayor, who owns a grocery store in Tetovo, insisted that few people were contemplating leaving.

    In The Thick Of It

  • Yet Hassan Zelili, Selce's deputy mayor, who owns a grocery store in Tetovo, insisted that nobody in the village was contemplating leaving.

    In The Thick Of It

  • And as the Army resumed its bombardment of the hills above Tetovo, government spokesman Antonio Milososki vowed: "We will destroy the heart of terrorism."

    In The Thick Of It

  • Now he found himself trapped in the village, hemmed in by Macedonian sharpshooters perched in the Sar Mountains by the Kosovo border, and by police snipers down in Tetovo.

    In The Thick Of It

  • During the next 40 minutes, a dozen more shells slammed into Selce, apparently fired from Macedonian Army positions in Tetovo.

    In The Thick Of It

  • The streets were nearly deserted when we pulled into town, except for a few clusters of civilians who were worriedly discussing the day's deployment of tanks and artillery around Tetovo.

    In The Thick Of It

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