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  • noun Plural form of Yugoslavian.

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Examples

  • By the beginning of World War II, however, Italians, as well as many other groups like Armenians, Yugoslavians, Greeks, English, Syrians, and Mexicans, began offering the same answer for the race and color questions: white.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • This camp appeared to me to offer fair chances of escape through Yugoslavia and a small group was formed to discuss tentative plans to get in touch with Yugoslavians who were known to be pro-British.

    Walter (Bill) Gossner

  • -In 1950, the 81st Congress passed a defense supplemental and a "$38 million famine relief bill to Yugoslavia," which was like a pie thrown in the face of Yugoslavians, who needed the pie desperately.

    Movement Afoot To End Lame Duck Sessions Of Congress

  • -In 1950, the 81st Congress passed a defense supplemental and a "$38 million famine relief bill to Yugoslavia," which was like a pie thrown in the face of Yugoslavians, who needed the pie desperately.

    Movement Afoot To End Lame Duck Sessions Of Congress

  • -In 1950, the 81st Congress passed a defense supplemental and a "$38 million famine relief bill to Yugoslavia," which was like a pie thrown in the face of Yugoslavians, who needed the pie desperately.

    Movement Afoot To End Lame Duck Sessions Of Congress

  • -In 1950, the 81st Congress passed a defense supplemental and a "$38 million famine relief bill to Yugoslavia," which was like a pie thrown in the face of Yugoslavians, who needed the pie desperately.

    Movement Afoot To End Lame Duck Sessions Of Congress

  • The bumpy pitch at Belo Horizonte held no terrors for the technically gifted Yugoslavians.

    Stjepan Bobek obituary

  • Of course you really need to speak to some Croations/Yugoslavians on that one.

    In New Letter, Clinton's Lawyers Demand ABC Yank Film

  • This appears to have been nothing more than an exercise in futility, however, as despite our noble efforts to remember, genocide has continued to claim the lives of millions: Yugoslavians, Rwandans, Sudanese.

    Av Sinensky: Remembering to Forget

  • It's where the Woolworth's sit-in took place, and it's home to a huge immigrant population which includes lots of SE Asians, West Africans, and Yugoslavians (many of whom I taught English for over 10 years).

    County Where Palin Hailed "Real America" Voted Overwhelmingly For Obama

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