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polje

(ˈpəʊljɛ)
n
(Physical Geography) geography a large elliptical depression in karst regions, sometimes containing a marsh or small lake
[Serbo-Croat, literally: field; related to floor]
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Over the past two months, more than 220 primary and secondary school students from Bijeljina, Brcko, Ugljevik, Lopare, Mrkonjic-Grad, Srbac, Priboj, Suvo Polje, Banja Luka, Blagaj, Mostar, Bijelo Polje and Sarajevo were involved in professional orientation tests within the framework of the Motivational Days.
The match takes place at the Stadion Bilino Polje in Zenica and kicks-off at 9.
The operation, staged in pitch darkness, meant guiding an RAF chopper on to an improvised helipad on a massive grain silo in the town of Kosovo Polje.
In October, the Ministry of Interior opened a specialized training department at the Mitrovo Polje police training center to detect and investigate the production of synthetic drugs.
They were joined by striker Jonathan Walters, who like O'Shea, was suspended for the 1-1 draw at the Bilino Polje Stadium.
Edin Dzeko took the gloss off Brady's big moment when he levelled just three minutes later, but the away goal with which Ireland emerged from their trip to the raucous Bilino Polje Stadium could yet prove decisive.
However, there was so much mist swirling round the Bilino Polje Stadium that Clark didn't know it was Dzeko who netted.
Coleman described the conditions as "very difficult" as the fog enveloped the 11,500 capacity Bilino Polje Stadium last night.
The Bilino Polje stadium is a throwback to a bygone era but despite it's 12,200 capacity it rocked last night with locals packing the dilapidated ground hours before the start.
Robbie Brady had fired Ireland into an unlikely 82nd-minute lead at the fogswathed Bilino Polje Stadium in Zenica after the home side had dominated in front of a hugely partisan crowd.
Robbie Brady had fired Ireland into an unlikely 82nd-minute lead at the fog-swathed Bilino Polje Stadium in Zenica after the home side had dominated in front of a hugely partisan crowd.
MARTIN O'NEILL says his players won't freeze in Bosnia's rabid Bilino Polje Stadium.