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Kranj

 

a city in Yugoslavia, in the Socialist Republic of Slovenia, on the Sava River. Population, 27,000 (1971). Important center of the textile industry; also noted for its electrotechnical and footwear enterprises.

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This year's four-day festival event included volunteer firefighters Predoselj and its surroundings, as well as members of the Kranj Fire Rescue Service, the Kranj Emergency Medical Assistance Unit, and the Police and Slovenian Armed Forces.
Against Kranj, Karl Dehesa was ejected for shoving and Manila North fell behind, 15-7, and never recovered.
Manila North wound up at 6th place behind Novi Sad, Kranj, NY Harlem, Trbovlje, and Ljubljana, also of Slovenia, falling one notch in the standings compared to its 5th-placed FIBA 3x3 World Tour predecessor Manila West comprised of Rey Guevarra, Aldrech Ramos, KG Canaleta and Terrence Romeo in Sendai, Japan last year.
Ladbrokes make it a 19-10 shot that Kranj take all three points and they look worth backing to Recommendation Triglav Kranj 1pt 19-10 Ladbrokes claw themselves out of the automatic drop zone.
Such a message was part of the concluding document from the Summit at Brdo near Kranj. Bilateral disputes should not impede the process of European integration.
Goodyear Tire & Rubber, Akron, OH, has completed its previously announced acquisition of the remainder of Sava Tires d.o.o., a tire manufacturing company in Kranj, Slovenia.
Preseren studied law in Vienna and later held posts in Ljubljana and Kranj as a civil servant and lawyer.
Contract award notice: Arrangement of a cleaning workshop for rkbo and ms in the petar petrica kranj barracks (slovenia-ljubljana: Construction work for multi-dwelling buildings and individual houses)
The Alaska forward scored seven points in the big victory, which forced a three-way tie in Pool D with Manila North, Doha, and Kranj of Slovenia all holding a 1-1 slate.
Sinisa Brkic's side managed a 1-0 victory over Krka in the reverse fixture earlier in the krka v triglav kranj Midday football season and that result, coupled to their decent recent run of form, gives the impression that the away side will be full of confidence going into this afternoon's contest.
Elizabeta Kanceska-Milevska, Minister of Culture of the Republic of Macedonia, was appointed President of the Steering Board of the Forum of Slavic Cultures, an eminent international authority promoting the characteristics of the Slavic cultures, at the meeting of the Forum at Brdo near Kranj, the Republic of Slovenia, on 10 April.
PM Nikola Gruevski announced that he might leave the regional Conference in Brdo near Kranj after his Bosnian counterpart Nikola Spirik left the round table meeting during the speech of Kosovo's PM Hasim Thaci.