Titograd


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Ti·to·grad

 (tē′tō-grăd′, -gräd′)

Titograd

(Serbian ˈtitɔɡraːd)
n
(Placename) the former name (1946–92) of Podgorica

Ti•to•grad

(ˈti toʊˌgræd, -ˌgrɑd)

n.
the former name (1945–92) of Podgorica.
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B36 made it through the preliminary round and first qualifying round last season, beating Gibraltar's St Joseph's on penalties after a couple of draws and then winning 2-1 over two legs against Montenegro's OFK Titograd.
The first radio station Radio Cetinje started with a one-hour program broadcast in 1944, and after five years it moved to Titograd and changed its name to Radio Titograd, while the year 1964 when a report recorded on Montenegrin television was broadcasted on the news program of TV Beograd (TV Belgrade) is considered as the start of the television program broadcasting (http://www.rtcg.me/rtcg/istorija.html, 2018).
Torshavn 0, Titograd Podgorica 0; Gornik Zabrze 1, Z Balti 0; Vestmannaeyja 0, Sarpsborg 4; Racing FC Union 0, Viitorul Constanta 2; Siroki Brijeg 2, Domzale 2; Engordany 0, Kairat Almaty 3.
And Derry City will land one of Gornik Zabrze (Poland), Vardar (Macedonia), Dinamo Minsk (Belarus), Spartak Subotica (Serbia) or OFK Titograd (Montenegro).
Ne d'un pere juge et d'une mere infirmiere, dans une famille faisant partie de la classe moyenne superieure, Milo Dukanovic est detenteur d'un diplome en Tourisme delivre en 1986 par la Faculte de Titograd, ancienne nom de Podgorica, l'actuelle capitale du pays durant la periode communiste.
Hedfan i Belgrade ac wedyn ymlaen i Titograd, Montenegro.
(24) NAM, FCCCPM, 80/52, Instructions Central Committee of the religious ideas, Titograd, December, 1952.
Including captain Chris Hugh, a Wales Fustal international, the team will travel to Montenegro for the preliminary round of the tournament where they face Blue Magic of Dublin, Nacional Zagreb of Croatia and KMF Titograd of the host nation.
Thus, that time defensive concerns had anti-Soviet undertones, which would explain the establishment of some industrial centers in Bosnia and Hertzegovina (Zenica, Sarajevo), Macedonia (Skopje), Montenegro (Titograd, Niksik), or the military-industrial complex at Elbasan (Albania).
the first time that has happened in a Welsh team since Mike England's side drew 4-4 with Yugoslavia in Titograd back in December 1982.
On the formation of Yugoslavia the capital of Montenegro moved to Titograd (now renamed Podgorica) and Cetinje has been transformed into a cultural town.