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Then the countess told her of more disagreements and intrigues against the work of the unification of the churches, and departed in haste, as she had that day to be at the meeting of some society and also at the Slavonic committee.
You seen her at that Slavonic picnic last summer at Shellmound--that tall, nice-lookin' blonde that was with Butch Willows?"
The Slavonic population of Austria is down, while the Teutonic has hardly been affected.
From 1922 he lectured on central European history at the School of Slavonic Studies near London's King's College and published the newspaper Slavonic Review, which is still published today.
On May 24 we celebrate the Day of Bulgarian Education and Culture and the Slavonic Literature.
The youngest recordings are two discs of Czech repertoire: Smetana's Md vlast (My Country) in the composer's adaptation and Dvorak's New World Symphony in the composer's version for four hands and the Slavonic dances op.
This book presents translations of the origin Arabic text (Gerrit Bos), three medieval Hebrew versions (Gerrit Bos), two Latin versions (Charles Burnett), and a Slavonic translation (W.
He then pursued post-graduate studies at the Kyrgyz-Russian Slavonic University.
OKC Navy Days was started by civic leader Mike McAuliffe with the support of Admiral Greg Slavonic. Their goal is to educate the community about the Navy's presence and its investment in our state.
Czech composer Antonin Dvorak wrote a series of Slavonic Dances celebrating the music of his native land.
By: Egypt Today staff Cairo -15 July 2017 : The Egyptian Soprano Leila Ibrahim participated in The International Arts Festival Slavonic Bazaar concert in the cultural capital Vitebsk in Belarus.