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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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With a series of events, the Republic of Macedonia joined also the celebration of the days of the Slav literacy and culture in the Russian Federation, Ukraine and the Republic of Serbia.
the famous Slav balls around 1848), (3) profiles of distinguished figures, and some valuable information contained in chapters on musicians in the literature about Czech Vienna.
For Mucha the astonishing success of his popular designs was only a prelude to what he considered his best work, The Slav Epic, a monumental painting inspired by his devotion to the Czech people.
For some writers, like the Istrian Pier Antonio Quarantotti Gambini, the contested border regions are unquestionably Italian and can reject any Slav presence in their midst as extraneous and destructive.
Second, Western officials discounted predictions of an Albanian insurgency because, aside from Schindler, those making the predictions were the "bad guys": Macedonian Slav nationalists who were openly hateful towards Albanians and, in some cases, linked to Milosevic's regime in Belgrade.
A similar attempt by the Albanians in western Macedonia was crushed by the Slav Macedonian majority.
Otherwise, if there are no fundamental relationships between the movements, but only a participation in some generalized zeitgeist of cultural nationalism that could have easily paired the Harlem Renaissance with Finnish or South Slav literary nationalism, then why put the Irish Renaissance and the Harlem Renaissance side by side?
For example, he states regarding Gothic merjan: "urverwant mit slav.
Through all the harsh times of war and communist government, the resilient Slav spirit sought better things, with sacrifice and humour.
Over the past ten years, Slav and middle European theatrical ideas have permeated Western theater, although I am using the word Slav loosely to include the many nationalities and races that inhabit this region, of which Lvov claims to be the center.
Croatian poet and dramatist whose epic poem Osman (written 1626; first published 1826) was the outstanding achievement of the Renaissance flowering of art and literature that gave Dubrovnik the name of the "South Slav Athens.