Czechoslovak


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Czechoslovak

(loosely) either of the two mutually intelligible languages of the former Czechoslovakia; Czech or Slovak
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Over the period in question, the Music Information Centre was visited by 463 foreign guests, many of whom were invited at its own expense by the Czech Music Fund and the Union of Czechoslovak Composers, and an unregistered number of domestic guests.
The Czechoslovak authorities ordered their vastly outnumbered army not to fight and appealed to the public for restraint.
Before the war, her father, Josef Korbel, was an ambitious Czechoslovak diplomat ensconced in the privileged circles of Prague and Belgrade.
The subsequent history of the Czechoslovak state with the Czechs' greater role among the ruling elite reflects their greater opportunities and achievements in the Austrian half of the Monarchy compared to the Slovaks' exclusion from much of the life of the Hungarian half of the Monarchy.
Much of my work as an advisor centered around the issue of valuation, since it was in the interest of the Czechoslovak government to sell the studio at a fair price.
Albright, 59, the daughter of a Czechoslovak diplomat, would be the first woman ever to serve at the helm of the State Department.
Later in that speech, Havel made reference to Tomas Garrigue Masaryk, a great founder of the Czechoslovak nation, and also to the long tradition of Czech religious humanism:
The Czechoslovak government has denounced the invasion as illegal but has called upon the Czechoslovak people not to resist .
Consider one vignette from a discussion with a manager in a Czechoslovak company.
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