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  • n. Alternative spelling of hajduk.


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  • Every school in Serbia and Bulgaria was closed, so that no teaching could be given anywhere save in the monasteries; it is said to be a fact -- I have it from Dr. Zmejanović, lately Bishop of Veršac -- that when Kara George, the beloved and illiterate heiduk, made his first insurrection, there were, in addition to the monks, precisely eight individuals in Serbia -- their names are recorded -- who could read and write.

    The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 1


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