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Balkans,

the countries of the Balkan Peninsula, which include Romania, Bulgaria, and Yugoslavia.
Balkan frame - metal frame above a bed which provides for limb suspension, named for the Balkan wars, 1908-1913.
Balkan nephrectomy
Balkan nephritis - chronic progressive nephritis seen predominantly in Balkan countries.
Balkan nephropathy - interstitial nephritis occurring in the Balkan countries.
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Zemon is one of the active members in the Egyptian community, not only in his country Macedonia, but also in the entire Balkan Peninsula.
He also drew a hypothetical map of Russia after an eventual takeover of the entire Balkan Peninsula.
Despite the coming elections for the European Parliament, in which Euro-skeptic political parties will inevitably play a major part, according to Macedonian Minister Poposki, the message that all the countries of the Balkan Peninsula were certainly going to join the Union remained.
dialogue with a number of developers with projects imminent across the Balkan Peninsula.
km in the eastern part of Macedonia along the Bregalnica River, is considered the largest high-temperature thermal water basin in the Balkan Peninsula.
Political scientists from across Europe assess the impact of European Union rules on countries in the Balkan Peninsula that are seeking to join the Union.
The fossil lends weight to the suggestion that the Balkan Peninsula could have been a gateway involved in the movement of populations from Asia to Europe.
We are confident the launch of our first destination in the Balkan Peninsula will bring great benefits to the economic ties between the UAE and Kosovo and will support Air Arabia's rapidly expanding network in Eastern Europe.
The airline will jet into Kosovo's capital Pristina from November 22 - and Ali added he thought Air Arabia's first venture into the Balkan Peninsula would bring "great benefits to the economic ties between the UAE and Kosovo.
Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), potential EU candidate since the 2003 Thessaloniki European Council, has currently two options to repair its bad record of financial and political corruption for which it is sadly famous: persisting on its path towards EU membership and reinforcing its position on the Balkan peninsula.
5 million people, situated on the Balkan Peninsula facing the Black Sea.
Ileana Mihaila drew a portrait of Dora d'Istria who managed to research and publish on all the national communities of the Balkan peninsula, while Nancy Isenberg discussed the evolution of Giustiniana Wynne's treatment of women and womanhood.