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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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Matteo Rivellini, Head of the European Investment Bank (EIB) for Slovenia, Croatia and Western Balkans, said that they are pleased that today they singed this grant agreement, which will significantly contribute to economic growth, facilitating trade and integration of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
He added that there are many preserved temples of Isis and other Egyptian gods throughout the Balkans, but the most notable ones are the temples of Isis in Lihnidos (Ohrid) and Heraclea (Bitola), as well as others on Albanian territory in Apolonia and other regions.
We do not think that keeping Balkans women out of the market will help anybody.
ade, President of the Board of Chamber Investment Forum; Linda Van Gelder, Director for Western Balkans, World Bank; and Goran Svilanovi?
It would be better to give money for infrastructure, for modernization in the Balkans, for people living in the Balkans because poverty leads to wars.
Reforms and macroeconomic stability that can enable average growth rates of 5 percent a year would allow the Western Balkans to converge with the EU in just two decades, instead of six, notes the Western Balkans: Revving Up the Engines of Growth and Prosperity report, launched today in Vienna.
Although Less pretends to act as a neutral observer who only promotes a rational, common-sense approach to the area portrayed as a source of irrationality, common sense first leads us to pose the question of his personal links to the Balkans whose geopolitical rearrangement he so zealously advocates.
The Balkan Wars, understood collectively as the first 'total war' of the Ottoman Empire, have hitherto been understudied.
TEAM:MEDIA broadcasts regional and international channels in two transponders on the EUTELSAT 16A satellite that reaches into over 12 million DTH, cable and IP homes, making it the satellite of reference for viewers from the Balkans.
It is expected that by integrating into this popular platform of over 20 television channels, Al Jazeera Balkans will deepen its reach into TV homes in the Balkans and offer viewers the benefits of superior HD quality.
The EBRD has already committed a 37 million [euro] loan to the project to boost the regional integration of energy markets in the Western Balkans.
The founding documents of the Western Balkans Fund were also signed during the Meeting.