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Broz

 (brōz, brôz), Josip
See Marshal Tito.
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Broz

(Serbo-Croatian brɔːz)
n
(Biography) Josip (ˈjɔsip). original name of Marshal Tito. See Tito
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Ti•to

(ˈti toʊ)

n.
Marshal (Josip Broz), 1891–1980, president of Yugoslavia 1953–80.
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Broz primarily examines prefixed verbs or preverbs expressing aspect in the Old and Middle English periods, but also looks at post-verbal particles in subsequent periods of English.
In post-World War II communist Yugoslavia, the villagers were moved to the mainland and the islet became an exclusive resort for celebrity guests of then Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito.
But the squad was weakened by the summer departures of defensive pair Thomas Phibel and Lukasz Broz plus talented 18-year-old forward Mariusz Stepinski.
BELGRAD (CyHAN)- The widow of former Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito was buried in Belgrade Saturday with full state honours as the last symbol of the communist federation that broke up in the 1990s.
Jovanka Broz, Yugoslavia's former First Lady who lived virtually forgotten for many years after war tore apart the socialist federation built by her husband Tito, received a state burial on Saturday.
Jovanka Broz was First Lady of the former Socialist Republic of Yugoslavia for 30 years, the president's third wife and 32 years his junior.
One is a biography of Josip Broz, later known as Tito, who eventually became president of post-World War II Yugoslavia.
* In the so-called safe box of Josip Broz Tito there are but personal belongings of third persons and therefore the countries that are legal successors of former SFRY should not be allowed access to it, Oliver Antic, chief of Serbia's group for succession and advisor to Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic, told Dnevnik.