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  • spomenici (Zagreb); HORVAT, Hrvatska povjest (Zagreb, 1908); MEDINI, Povjest hrvatske knjizevnosti (Zagreb, 1902); VALLA, Povjest novoga viekaI (Zagreb, 1899
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 1 — Agram AGRAM (Hungarian Zágráb, Croatian Zagreb), the capital of Croatia-Slavonia, and a royal free town of Hungary; pleasantly
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  • Crisium is the Latin name of a little town some miles north-east of Agram (Zagreb), on the Glagovnitza. Its Croatian name is Krizevac (pronounced Krizhevatz);
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  • his ecclesiastical convictions (Theiner, "Acta genuina Conc. Trid.", I, Zagreb, 1874, 652). Among his writings are: "Distichs" on the works of Lachantius;
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  • Bosnia in 1994. Most of the offices of NGOs active in Bosnia are located in Zagreb, Sarajevo, Zenica, and Tuzla. Their field operations appear to be confined
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  • and Dalmatia. Charles was crowned in the church of St. Stephen in Agram (Zagreb), the capital of the state, by Archbishop Gregory. The family of Anjou occupied
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  • Kingdom of Hungary, and sent 40 delegates from their own Parliament in Zagreb to that of Budapest, while the third was one of the 17 provinces of the
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  • reciprocity and in accordance with the international practice. Done in Zagreb on 3 April 1995. for the Government of the People?s for the Government
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  • particular to take all necessary steps to ensure the safety and security of the Zagreb-Belgrade Highway and its immediate environs as provided for in that Agreement;
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  • 228 (p. 214), 233 (p. 217-18); NARKOVIC, Dukljansko-barska metropolija (Zagreb, 1902), 39 sq.; NIHACEVIC, Iz Albanije o Albaniji u "Serafinskom Perivoju"
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  • Republic of Croatia to include UNTAES and the United Nations Liaison Office in Zagreb in the definition of "United Nations Peace Forces and Operations in Croatia"
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  • College on November 8, 2004 Lecture at Multimedia institute - MAMA/CARNet in Zagreb, Croatia, December 14 2004, 1 h 35 min, 286 MiB Transcript Lecture at The
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  • Sišić, ‘Povjest Hrvatskog Naroda’ (‘The History of the Croatian People,’ Zagreb 1916); Taylor, ‘The Future of the Southern Slavs’ (London 1917); Vercesi
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  • Agreement 1203976Erdut Agreement Signed In Erdut, Croatia And In Zagreb, Croatia November 12, 1995 Galbraith and Stoltenberg presented this text
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  • Business, Stanko Shon, Zagreb'; 'Pay to the order of Guaranty Trust Co. of New York, New York City, N.Y. Slavenska Bank D. D. Zagreb;' also the stamp of
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  • Styria and western Hungary was to open an attack in the general direction of Zagreb, Sarajevo and Belgrade. Three agreements had been concluded with our Allies
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  • individual, who supposedly facilitated the detainee's travel to Bosnia via Zagreb, Croatia, met him. The detainee went to Katibat al-Mujahidin, Mujahidin
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  • capital of the Republic of Croatia is Zagreb. Status, jurisdiction and organization of the capital city of Zagreb shall be regulated by law. Everyone
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  • 1963; POB Drenovc (individual) [BALKANS] MRDJA, Darko; DOB 28 Jun 1967; POB Zagreb, Croatia; ICTY indictee (individual) [BALKANS] MRKSIC, Milan; DOB 20 Jul
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  • lumbermen in Michigan and stave-cutters along the Mississippi. Around Agram (Zagreb, the Croatian capital) the grape disease caused large destruction of vineyards
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