Palanka


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Pa`lan´ka

    (på`låņ´kå)
n.1.(Mil.) A camp permanently intrenched, attached to Turkish frontier fortresses.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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He highlighted as strategic the Kicevo-Ohrid highway, the construction of which should continue, the Miladinovci-Stip highway, which is expected to be put into service soon, the SkopjeBlace highway, whose construction is yet to begin, and the ongoing construction of the Rankovce-Kriva Palanka expressway.
Galic said the police received a report on Wednesday that a lifeless body had been found in a car in LuA!ci Palanka in the Sanski Most municipality.
** EU Ambassador Samuel Zbogar was proclaimed an honorary citizen of Kriva Palanka Monday.
Services were suspended in 1994, and owing to a lack of money construction of the 34 km Phase 2 to Kriva Palanka ceased with around a third of the work complete.
Apoel knew anything other than a win over Anorthosis would have left the door open for Apollon to pip them to the title, and they get off to a bad start when Miguel Palanka opened the scoring for the visitors after 25 minutes.
The municipality of Bela Palanka is a case study of this general phenomenon.
The freedom of religion and belief is a civilized precondition which is part of almost every international convention for +human rights and liberties putting no pressure on religion, reads the reaction of BDI regarding the demolished religious premises in Kriva Palanka. BDI considers that the tensions in Kriva Palanka are unnecessary especially those motivated to boost religious intolerance.
The investment cycle in the Railways, as the Government representatives said, also includes the construction of the railroad tracks to Bulgaria and Kumanovo--Beljakovce section, being already commenced, and the reconstruction and construction of Beljakovce-Kriva Palanka section, which should start in the first half of next year.
In 1942, while various factions struggle for power and control over Serbia, 15-year-old Miriana is growing up in Bela Palanka with her parents and her aunt and cousin, who have fled German-occupied Belgrade.
Dinkic said the Arab company intends to build five food processing plants in Serbia, of which one will certainly be in Backa Palanka.Al Dahra is also interested in the Port of Pancevo and the state-owned Yugoslav River Shipbuilding.Dinkic said that Royal Group, whose delegation visited Belgrade recently, is planning to open a bank in the Serbian capital this spring, which would be the first bank from the UAE in the region.Al Dahra Vice Chairman Khadim Al Darei said the company's investment in Serbia will total around E300 million, which includes investments in production and equipment for the new plant.He said Serbia is an important country for his company because the goods that will be produced there will go not only to the UAE but will be sold across the world.
On the day when the 7th anniversary was marked of his tragic death in the plane crash in which the entire delegation led by President Boris Trajkovski perished near Mostar, the Krstevski family in cooperation with the Municipality unveiled the bust to Mile Krstevski, our colleague, friend and diplomat, in his native town of Kriva Palanka.