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Slav

a member of any of the peoples of E Europe or NW Asia who speak a Slavonic language
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In order to set the stage properly, we must first take note of the tendency of Slavic studies in the West to treat the ancient (and not so ancient) Slavs as the great synthesizers of history.
Masaryk, the father of Czechoslovakia, concluded that the aim of the history of every nation is the realization of its ideal of humanity, and it is precisely how the history of the Slavs and their neighbours unfolded.
The Slavs have seen three red cards and eight yellows in their three games so far.
SDSM suspect this is some kind of a bargain and that in exchange for the restoration of the adjective "Macedonian" in the EU report on Macedonia's progress, the Government may have tacitly agreed that EU officials should use in the future the term Slav Macedonians when referring to Macedonians.
Slav said: 'Businesses need to understand the real implications of managing absence.
CONTACT: Slav Stein, President & CEO, Roman Briskin, Executive Vice President, or John F.
But there was renewed turmoil on Monday night with Macedonian Slavs gathering outside the Macedonian parliament demanding harsher action against rebels.
Slav Stein, President and CEO commented, "We are pleased to have received this commitment and expect to close the new loan in the near future.
This may be problem for many people: how could this Slav, this man from a country that had dropped out of history, understand freedom, modernity's highest aspiration?
They were angered by the performance of Bulgarian ref Svetlozar Marinov, the state of Sartid's stadium and the behaviour of Slav fans.
To label the ethnic Macedonians simply as Slav Orthodox could have dangerous consequences for future nationalities.
The UN refugee agency said yesterday it was set to start organised returns from Bosnia of some 40,000 ethnic Albanian and Muslim Slav refugees tomorrow.