Novi Sad

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No·vi Sad

 (nō′vē säd′)
A city of northern Serbia on the Danube River northwest of Belgrade. It received a charter in 1748 and was the center of a Serbian literary revival in the 1700s and early 1800s.

Novi Sad

(Serbian ˈnɔviː ˈsaːd)
(Placename) a port in Serbia, in the NE on the River Danube: founded in 1690 as the seat of the Serbian patriarch; university (1960). Pop: 234 151 (2002). German name: Neusatz

No•vi Sad

(ˈnɔ vi ˈsɑd)
the capital of Vojvodina, in N Yugoslavia, on the Danube. 257,685.
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Strandis a popular beach on the Danube river in Novi Sad, located near the Freedom Bridge, in the city quarter known as Liman.
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Chris Coleman's men return to the Balkan country for the first time since their humiliating 6-1 loss in Novi Sad, in 2012.
LAYING THE GHOSTS OF NOVI SAD The lowest moment of manager Chris Coleman's five-year reign came in September 2012 when Wales were crushed 6-1 by Serbia in a 2014 World Cup qualifier.
Novi Sad manager Vujadin Boskov indulged in mind games by insisting they had no chance of defeating Celtic, before changing his attitude and boldly stating his side would win by two clear goals.
Until the mid-twentieth century, children with surgical conditions in Novi Sad were treated at the City Hospital (Figure 1), along with adult patients.
Facing the best three-man unit in the world, Manila exited the 2016 Fiba 3x3 All-Stars in the first round, losing to defending champion Novi Sad Al Wahda, 18-11, Friday at Al Gharafa Sports Complex in Doha, Qatar.
Qatar Basketball Federation President Sheikh Saoud bin Abdulrahman al-Thani hands over the winner's trophy to Novi Sad Al Wahda captain Dusan Domovic Bulut while posing with other Novi Sad players and basketball officials at the Al Gharafa Sports Complex on Friday night.
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The hosts dominated from start to finish in Novi Sad - the scene of Wales's 6-1 loss to Serbia in a World Cup qualifier in November 2012 - but The Nomads defended resolutely as they went in search of a third consecutive clean sheet in Europe.
Calvin Abueva and the Manila North team bowed to a superior force in defending champion Novi Sad Al Wahda, 21-13, at a little past midnight Friday of their quarterfinal game and took themselves out of contention in the FIBA 3x3 World Tour in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.