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- adj. of, or relating to Yugoslavia
- n. a Yugoslav person
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- adj. of or relating to or characteristic of the former country of Yugoslavia or its people or languages
- n. a native or inhabitant of Yugoslavia
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In fact, Tito arranged for the establishment of a rotating presidency following his death, in the name of Yugoslav unity.
Sunday to reunite with the three servicemen who were freed Sunday morning after 32 days in Yugoslav custody.
Two other men - a Maltese and a 'Yugoslav' - were close friends of the victim, but were reported to have had a number of arguments with him recently.
They were reclassified as Yugoslav citizens and they managed to stay one step ahead of their pursuers for the duration of the War, surviving burnings and bombings, and, at the end of the War, arrest by the Soviets.
On seeing the report, the Australian Ambassador immediately called the Yugoslav Foreign Ministry in Belgrade and again demanded immediate consular access to the two CARE employees.
Now, in relation to the occurrences in Czechoslovakia, the main promoter of all that bourgeois liberal policy -- the main defender, the main promoter -- was the organization of the so-called Yugoslav communists.
It said Athens should have abided by a 1995 deal not to block Macedonian applications if made under the name Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
The embargo was lifted when Macedonia agreed in 1995 to change its flag and constitution and apply to join international institutions under the name Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, while negotiations continued over the name.
He once sang 13,000 lines in 16 hours, and thanks to Lord, came to be known as the Yugoslav Homer ....
But this is clearly a U.S. supported pattern, or, as you note, the "Yugoslav" program.