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  • adjective Of or relating to Yugoslavia.
  • noun A native of Yugoslavia.


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  • This language was called Yugoslavian, meaning south-slavonic, or Serbo-Croat.

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  • He said the grenade was on Monday morning denoted by a police explosives expert and had been identified as a Yugoslavian M75.

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  • In 1978, at a photography exhibit in Switzerland, he had seen a picture of a man kneeling before the Yugoslavian dictator Tito and tying his shoe.

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  • I had a Yugoslavian hat, Greek tunic, belt, and baggy Yugoslavian breeches.

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  • That was the motto of the vigorous Yugoslavian film industry under the rule of President Josip Broz Tito: "No problem."

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  • Associated Press 1999 Kosovo War: British peacekeepers join NATO campaign to stop abuses by Yugoslavian troops in Kosovo.

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  • I had a Yugoslavian hat, Greek tunic, belt, and baggy

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  • I spent about six months in the civilian hospital, which was staffed by German doctors and Yugoslavian sisters in Marburg on the Yugoslavian/Austrian border.

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  • Although I am very partial to Yugoslavian schnapps, I preferred to be quite sober when finding a hideout for the day.

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  • Two new films from Serbia, "White White World" and "Cinema Komunisto" the former a musical, the latter a documentary collage of 60 years of Yugoslavian film under Communist rule promise appeal for art-house fans attracted to emerging "new waves" in international cinema.

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