Montenegran


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Montenegran

Montenegrin [mɔntɪˈniːgrən]
A. ADJmontenegrino
B. Nmontenegrino/a m/f
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MADRyD (CyHAN)- Atletico Madrid have signed Montenegran international defender Stefan Savic from Italian side Fiorentina.
Hit a Montenegran bar with a gaggle of important hangers on, light up a monogrammed cigarette, and regale that cozy little audience with tales of how he would be murdered the moment he set foot again in his unkind motherland.
19, 2014) (reporting that smugglers held undocumented migrant children for ransom, threatening to rape and kill three girls ages 12-15 unless their mother paid them $10,000); Irregular Migrants in Europe, supra note 69 (describing physical and sexual abuse inflicted by Montenegran politicians, judges, police, and civil servants upon a smuggled Moldovan woman forced to work as a prostitute and the sale of five-year-old Serbian Roma children in Italy for forced labor and prostitution); HUM.
Montenegran forward Stevan Jovetic has been impressive so far and should play a big role the game.
o ot u Moyes Alex ch c C sh sh in St al a th drive Mancin M l P ll City have also shown an interest in Fiorentina's Stevan Jovetic, although this was driven by Roberto Mancini and new boss Manuel Pellegrini (inset) may not share his predecessor's enthusiasm for the Montenegran.
Montenegran Rifat Hadziahmetovic, 42, is awaiting trial over the heist after being extradited to Japan from Spain in 2010.
But the Montenegran insists he bears no grudge against the Manchester United striker.
In the 26th minute he forced the Montenegran into conceding a cor ner.
They returned from the winter break with a 3-0 victory away to relegation-threatened Novara thanks to a brace from talented Montenegran attacker Stevan Jovetic and a goal from Italian international playmaker Riccardo Montolivo.
Capello's players do not have the freedom of their Montenegran counterparts, who revel in their responsibility to fellow citizens.
Crew members included 3 Georgian, 6 Turkish, 2 Azerbaijani and a Montenegran citizens.
Blic, which seems unaware Zeta-Jones was born in Swansea (dubbing the couple "the American actors") says when they first looked at their Montenegran home three years ago, no-one recognised them.