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  • New Student's Reference Work (1914) Belgrade 80918The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Belgrade Belgrade (bel′ grad), meaning “white town,”
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  • Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 2 Belgrade and Smederevo by Albert Battandier 95848Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 2 Belgrade and SmederevoAlbert Battandier
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3 Belgrade 17526961911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3 — Belgrade BELGRADE (Servian, Biograd or Beograd, i.e
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  • He was educated at Belgrade, Heidelberg, Berlin and Paris. After failing to obtain a professorship in the high school of Belgrade, he was appointed in
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  • edition 1950) Annotated Finnegans Wake at: finwake.com (registered in Belgrade, Serbia) Some or all works by this author are in the public domain
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  • Jovan18261900Founder of the Novi Sad Serbian National Theatre and the National Theatre in Belgrade God of Justice, Serbian national song (Translation Elizabeth Christich
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  • as expounded by the renowned Dr. Jocolpus Bumer, of the University of Belgrade, who established his conclusions on the subject in a work of three quarto
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  • Belasyse Ven. Thomas Belchiam Archdiocese of Belem do Pará Belfry Belgium Belgrade and Smederevo Giacopo Belgrado Belial Belief Albert (Jean) Belin Ven. Arthur
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  • Cameron's Visit to London. Conclusion, Cornhill Magazine, 728 III. From Belgrade to Constantinople Overland. By Humphry Sandwith, C.B., Fraser's Magazine
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  • Beer, p. 193 Beersheba — Beet-Sugar, p. 194 Begonia — Belgium, p. 195 Belgrade — Bell, p. 196 Bell, p. 197 Bellaire — Beloit, p. 198 Belt of Calms — Bengali
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  • Address to judges on Justice and the Law, August 24, 1961 Addresses The Belgrade Conference, September 3, 1961 PAFMECA Conference speech, February 2, 1962
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  • Cameron's Visit to London. Conclusion, Cornhill Magazine, 728 III. From Belgrade to Constantinople Overland. By Humphry Sandwith, C.B., Fraser's Magazine
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  • he besieged Belgrade, and early in 1806 routed the Turks at the Rivers Drina and Morava.  Secretly aided by Russia, he captured Belgrade in December of
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  • led to hostilities with Austria, in which Turkey was unsuccessful, and Belgrade fell into the hands of Austria (1717). Through the mediation of England
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  • “Alexander (king of Servia),” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 “Belgrade,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 “Gundulich, Ivan,” in Encyclopædia
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  • report of 5 October 1998 (S/1998/912), Welcoming the agreement signed in Belgrade on 16 October 1998 by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic
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  • Addresses The Belgrade Conference  (1961)  by Haile Selassie, translated by Haile Selassie I Press 142753Addresses The Belgrade ConferenceHaile SelassieHaile
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  • in Europe, C 2). The united stream enters the Danube 30 miles east of Belgrade. The Morava is about 240 miles long, and is navigable for small boats 50
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  • Natural Sciences and Mathematics in Belgrade, proposed that Yugoslav Universities join the EARN. The University of Belgrade became a node of the EARN in 1989
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  • Lower down, it forms the boundary between Hungary and Servia, and near Belgrade it is 1,706 yards wide. But within a stretch of 75 miles, beyond Ujpalanka
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