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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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They do not deny that the slaves are held as prop- erty; but that terrible fact seems to convey to their minds no idea of injustice, exposure to outrage, or savage barbarity.
"It was not a good day for us yesterday after playing Bournemouth but I spent quite a bit of time with him and I have all the confidence in Slav.
Beating Liverpool will be a tough ask and Slav may not be asked back for an encore.
Stone presents a history of the westernmost Slaves, set in the wide and fluctuating frontier between the German language and its Slav neighbors, extending roughly from the rivers Elbe and Saale in the west to the upper Oder and lower Vistula in the east.
Similarly, the Ukrainians, though mostly Slavs, are again divided along dialect and confessional lines, easily exploited by others.
"Due to the endemic problem related to the 220 volt cells at the Downtown station since 1998 and to avert any malfunctions at that station, steps need to be taken to isolate the central Mkalles power station [from] Thursday until Saturday which will lead to a total power cut," EDL said in a statement Wednesday, adding the areas that will be affected by the steps would be: Mkalles, Rawda, Mar Roukoz, Upper Fanar, Mansourieh, Monteverde, Sin al-Fil, Horsh Tabet and Dikwana Slav.
This year too, a high-ranking state and church delegation paid tribute for the 43rd time to the relics of Cyril, the Macedonian and Slav missionary of Christianity and "equal-to-apostles", at the Basilica of Saint Clement in the holy city of Rome.
Our journey was initially inspired by Will Richardson and supported by the School Library Association of Victoria (SLAV) Web 2.0 professional development program.
(1) This will be clear to any Czech reader who for example looks at the dictionary entries on "Luzice"/"Lusatia" (the region in Saxony and Germany settled by a Slav population) or indeed the entry on "Viden"/"Vienna".
In the Canadian context, the year 1905 marks a watershed in Ukrainian (and Slav) immigration history to Canada.
However, a consortium of the Austrian companies SLAV AG and SLAV Finanzbeteiligung GmbH and the Ukrainian joint stock companies Ukrpodshipnik and Ilyich, the only other bidder in the final stage of the process, submitted an offer of 155 million.