sonce

sonce

(sɒns)
n
Scot and Irish good luck or prosperity
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The Macedonian Association "Sonce" ("Sun") filed a complaint to the Commissioner for Protection against Discrimination asking that Albanian Foreign Minister Bushati should apologize publicly for his use of the term "Slav-Macedonians" in reference to the Macedonian people when speaking about the situation in the Republic of Macedonia in an interview with Top
Procedures to suspend the licenses of TV Sonce, Radio Free Macedonia and Sitel 3 will also begin.
Sonce the petroleum prices have reduced, so fare of public transport should also decrease, he said.
How events will develop sonce refusal of Russia and China to sanction the operation against Syria?
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If all faqihs have consensus on a law, the law is not valid sonce none of them is Masoom (free of sins), therefore, ijma is nullified (ibid, p.57).
OMETIMES the yearning for things to be as they Sonce were cannot just be written off as sentimental nostalgia.
IN A LIFETIMECavendish is determined to make his mark on home soil sONCE PROUD: Cavendish
The data show that average bottle prices of Cabernet Sauvignon have recovered well sonce April 2009, while Pinot Noir struggles with an average bottle price $5 below 2009 levels.
One evening, the three of us meet for dinner with her two children, Caradoc and Sonce, then both in their thirties.