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  • noun Plural form of Bosniac.


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  • And I think that in the course of the next days, you will see that the relationship is a very strong one, that they understand that; that is, the Bosniacs, that we are going to be working with them to make sure that the process is moving forward in a positive way and that there will not be a sense of having been abandoned.

    Ambassador Albright Briefing On Us U N Relations ITY National Archives 1994

  • The Turkish approach toward Bosnia drew concerns from some EU member states, which argue Turkey is holding the rights of Muslims, also called Bosniacs, in the country, above those of other groups, and say Ankara cannot be an impartial actor.

    Hurriyet Dailynews 2009

  • But Biden had also made, she claimed, yet another error, one that had been ignored by the mainstream media: "Funny, I don't know who 'Bosniacs' are ..."

    Barrett Brown: Protein Wisdom and the Radness of Crowds 2009

  • Someone else asserted that "[t] he trouble with using the term 'Bosniacs' is that it does not refer to all Bosnians," to which I replied that this is no trouble at all insomuch as that it was not supposed to refer to all Bosnians, as Biden had been listing the various groups which are now getting along in Bosnia and other former bits of Yugoslavia.

    Barrett Brown: Protein Wisdom and the Radness of Crowds 2009

  • Biden: "Bosniacs" (imagine if Sarah made that same gaffe)

    Latest Articles 2008

  • Of course, Joe Biden referred to "Bosniacs" so the gaffes were not one-sided and for a Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to refer to "Bosniacs" ... well, it's kinda interesting, to say the least.

    Drinking Liberally in New Milford 2008

  • How much do you wanna bet no Mass Media Podpeople will mention the "Bosniacs" reference?

    third world county 2008

  • Would have been fun to watch him with more Bidenisms than simply the many factual misstatements, the one verifiable, outright bald-faced lie and his "Bosniacs" in reference to the people of Bosnia.

    third world county 2008

  • The BiH Constitution provides that only members of the “constituent peoples” (Serbs, Croats and Bosniacs) are eligible for these political positions.

    Finci v. Bosnia at the European Court of Human Rights : Law is Cool 2009

  • Eager to create homogenous "homelands," Bosniacs, Croats and Serbs engaged in campaigns of ethnic cleansing in which the majority of one group drove the minorities out.

    Elmira Bayrasli: Resolving Balkan War Crimes: Croatia, It's Your Turn Elmira Bayrasli 2011


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