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  • Herzogthums Krain (Ljubljana, 1689); ERBEN, Vojvodstvo Kranjsko (Ljubljana, 1866); GRUDEN, Cerkvene razmere u XV. stoleju (Ljubljana, 1908); RUTAR, Beneska
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  • embassy: Presernova 31, 1000 Ljubljana mailing address: American Embassy Ljubljana, Department of State, 7140 Ljubljana Place, Washington, DC 20521-7140
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  • 2004, 1 h 35 min, 286 MiB Transcript Lecture at The Faculty of Law in Ljubljana, Slovenia, December 21 2004, 1 h 7 min, 61 MiB The system of ownership
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  • Maribor, the project was also managed by the institute Jožef Štefan from Ljubljana, so these institutions took over the responsibility of organising the
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  • formed part of Austrian Illyria, subject to the imperial governor at Ljubljana. Karinthia was proclaimed an independent crownland in the year 1849. M
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  • self-government in Slovenia is guaranteed. Article 10 The capital of Slovenia is Ljubljana. Article 11 The official language in Slovenia is Slovene. In those municipalities
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  • Al-'Alamiyya AKA: Ighatha or Igasa Offices: Zagreb, Sarajevo, Split, Ljubljana, and Tuzla; Also in Vienna, Austria. Operates in Celic, Gracanica, Zivinice
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  • Challenges', Interntional Union of Forest Research Organizations, Proceedngs, Ljubljana. Yugoslavia, 1986. FAO, Fuelwood Supplies, op. cit. Beijer Institute
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  • the furtherance of unity, convoked a new Slav congress at Lyublyana (Ljubljana) on Aug. 18. The demonstrative part taken by the prince-bishop Jeglić
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  • the main centres of their language and literature have been Laibach (Ljubljana), Klagenfurt (Celovec), Graz (Gradec), and Görz (Gorica), the latter city
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  • national activity is the town known in German as Laibach and in Slovenish as Ljubljana, the capital of Carniola, but the Slovenes form at least 20 per cent,
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  • centre ("the Centre") is hereby established. It shall have its seats in Ljubljana and Lisbon. (2) The Centre shall provide facilities for mediation and
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  • the West, and for the most part Catholic. Their historic capital was Ljubljana, and the German influence was very marked. Smaller national minorities
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  • Heuristic DENDRAL Program for Explaining Empirical Data. IFIP Congress, 71, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia, Aug. 23-28, 1971. Information Processing 71, Proceedings
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