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An·drić

 (än′drĭch), Ivo 1892-1975.
Yugoslavian writer of novels dealing with the history of the Balkans. He won the 1961 Nobel Prize for literature.
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Andrić

(Serbo-Croatian ˈandritʃ)
n
(Biography) Ivo (ˈiːvɔ). 1892–1975, Serbian novelist; author of The Bridge on the Drina (1945): Nobel prize for literature 1961
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An•drić

(ˈɑn drɪtʃ)

n. Ivo,
1892–1975, Yugoslavian poet, novelist, and short-story writer: Nobel prize 1961.
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The bridge became world famous thanks to the novel "The Bridge on the Drina" by BiH novelist Ivo Andric, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1961 for the novel and his works have become the subject to international recognition.
Balance beam: Anna Diab (GbdW) 9.2, Jane Riehs (NV) 9.15, Marina Andric (Pros) 9.1.
Erol Rizaov in Nezavisen vesnik writes that the worry for a brain drain after the introduction of the new tax is best expressed by the Nobel winning author Ivo Andric, quoted these days on social networks: "The brain drain is not the problem, the problem is that only the idiots remain in the country".
**Worthless are those that need to humiliate others in order to prove their worth, former Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski wrote on his Facebook page using a famed quotation by Nobel Prize winner Ivo Andric. Gruevski is to report to the Sutor Orizari prison Thursday to begin serving his 2-year term.
See, e.g., Campbell and Stramondo, "Disability and Well-Being" and "The Complicated Relationship of Disability and Well-Being"; Bognar, "Is Disability Mere Difference?"; and Andric and Wundisch, "Is It Bad to Be Disabled?" Note that this does not mean that it is never useful to treat disability as a single category.
Montenegro by Starling Lawrence (our first selection), Dictionary of the Khazars by Miodrag Pavic, The Bridge on the Drina by Ivo Andric, The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco, My Name Is Red by Orhan Pamuk, The Girl with the Pearl Earring by Tracy Chevalier, The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov, and The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini were discussed at length and became club favorites.
"The Bulgarian Embassy claims that Moon Storm Enterprises and its Executive Manager, Goran Andric, both named in the contract, are linked to Slobodan Tesic, a Serbian national listed in the travel ban annex to UNSC Resolution 1521."
BNP Paribas acted as financial adviser to Piraeus Bank on the transaction, whilst Clifford Chance and Andric Law Office acted as legal counsel.
He found his artistic "godfathers" much less among Slovenian canonical writers, but in numerous intellectual figures from other parts of Yugoslavia, such as Milos Crnjanski, Ivo Andric, Mesa Selimovic, Danilo Kis, David Albahari, and many others.
Bosnia and Herzegovina was represented by head of the delegation, chief of the Transport Department at the Bosnia and Herzegovina Ministry of Transport and Communications, assistant minister Zoran Andric, specialist for international cooperation of the transport sector Miroslav Deric, specialist for issues of international agreements of legal and financial sector for the issues of international agreements, Mrs.Zorica Plakalovic.Ee
1936) e Ivo Andric (1892-1975) (capitulo 8), del nigeriano Ken Saro-Wiwa (1941-1995) y el costamarfileno Ahmadou Kourouma (1927-2003) (capitulo 9), de Irwing Welsh (n.
Katja Rudolph's Evergreen Award-nominated first novel follows the Serb-Croat Andric family--journalist father, pianist mother, teenage son, six-year-old twin daughters, and younger son, Jevrem, eleven--as the siege of Sarajevo destroys their happy lives, forcing them to flee to Toronto.