Kosovan


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Kosovan

[ˈkɒsəvən] Kosovar [ˈkɒsəvɑːʳ] ADJkosovar
Kosovan Albanianalbanokosovar mf

Kosovan

[ˈkɒsəvən]
nKosovar(e) m/f
adjkosovar(e)

Kosovan

, Kosovar
adjkosovarisch; the Kosovan Albaniansdie Kosovo-Albaner
nKosovare m, → Kosovarin f
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It also emerged the three-man Kosovan team which is trying to sell the weapons is still in the Glasgow area, nearly a month after arriving.
A spokesman for Bill Kenwright's office, who has been helping to organise the events, said: "Vanessa came to us one day and said she wanted to do something for the Kosovan refugees.
A KOSOVAN marrying an Irish girl yesterday was told that his father, feared dead for the last three months in the Balkans, was alive and well.
In a joint press release, Yildirim and Kosovan Minister of Economy and Finance Ahmet Shala indicated that relations between Turkey and Kosovo develop successfully and that existing cooperation should be enhanced.
The four Romanians and one Kosovan Albanian are accused of plotting the abduction on or before November 2 last year.
In the lorry were a Kosovan family of three, including a five-year-old boy and a pregnant woman, a family of three from Afghanistan, including the baby, and two Afghan men.
A TV presenter last night told how a Kosovan refugee rescued her from a vicious mugger.
The two Metropolitan Police Special Operations officers will set up a base in the Kosovan capital, Pristina, for a 15-strong British forensics team.
Yildirim visited the mausoleum of Sultan Murat I who was killed during the First Kosovo Pitched Battle and later prayed at the Yildirim Mosque along with Kosovan Minister of Environment and Spatial Planning Mahir Yagcilar.
It was this that secured public support for that war,but, when the war ended, police from Scotland Yard,New York and Paris searched Kosovo and found that no more than 300 Kosovan civilians had been definitely killed by Serbforces.
SCOTTISH councils have won a multi-million compensation package from the Home Office for looking after Kosovan refugees.
But if that is the case, how will the UN, Nato and Russia handle the political and social situation when Kosovan Albanians and Kosovan Serbs are once again asked to live peacefully side by side?