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BKBurger King Brands, Inc. (fast food restaurant chain)
BKBlack
BKBook
BKBlock
BKBreak
BKBack (Hyper Logo Turtle Graphics command)
BKBrooklyn
BKBike
BKBankruptcy (banking industry)
BKBrook
BKBank (IRB)
BKBrake
BKBreak (logging abbreviation)
BKBooklet
BKBalk (baseball)
BKBosnia-Herzegovina
BKBeyonce Knowles (musical artist)
BKBlue Knights (drum corp, Denver, Colorado)
BKBerkelium
BKBlack Knights (Drum Corps; Burbank, CA)
BkBradykinin
BKBookkeeping
BKBanjo-Kazooie (video game)
BKBrevin Knight (basketball player)
BKBilly Kidman (WWE wrestler)
BKBackstroke (Swimming)
BKBundeskanzler (German: Federal Chancellor)
BKBlinker
BKBad Karma
BKBelow Knee (amputation)
BKBikini Kill (band)
BKBritish Knights
BKBad Kid
BKBee's Knees
BKBlood Killer (gangs)
BKBlitzkreig (gaming)
BKBaten Kaitos (Gamecube game)
BKBible Knowledge
BKBee Keeper
BKBovine Kidney (cells)
BKBlade Knight (gaming)
BKBacille de Koch (French: tuberculosis bacteria)
BKBrüel & Kjær (Norcross, GA)
BKBullous Keratopathy
BKBakool (postal region, Somalia)
BKBishwakarma (surname of a so called low caste in Nepal)
BKBalli Kombëtar (National Front Party, Kosovo)
BKBattery Captain (British Army)
BKBul Kathos ring (Diablo II item)
BKBronzen Kruis (Dutch)
BKBrinkman-Kramers (approximation in ion-molecular collision quantum calculation)
BKBhagavan Krishna
BKBertha Kennedy Elementary School
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The Foreign Ministers of Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Turkey announced that the next trilateral meeting would be held in the first half of next year, in Turkey.
Among the ethno-national political elites who now held power, only the Bosniaks maintained the idea of a unified state and a common identity for Bosnia-Herzegovina.
According to Jahic, this project is not the only example of Qatar's contributions to the cultural life of Bosnia-Herzegovina.
While partial responsibility for these terrible crimes of mass slaughter and ethnic intolerance that took place during the final months of the civil war and genocide in Bosnia-Herzegovina have occurred, a fuller responsibility has only progressed slowly in the 15 years since the tragedy.
The alumni association has grown in its impact on the security sector since its founding in 2005 and, with the new President and board, have forged a partnership with the Atlantic Initiative, an NGO working toward Euro-Atlantic integration in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Canada and the CF can be proud of having helped make Bosnia-Herzegovina a safer and more stable place.
Now there is speculation that Republika Srpska, the Serbian entity within Bosnia-Herzegovina, might call for a referendum on independence - which could seriously destabilise the region.
Juan Manuel Mata then added a late fifth with his third goal in successive internationals before Bosnia-Herzegovina, who were already assured of a spot in the play-offs before this match, pulled two goals back in injury time from Edin Dzeko and Zvjezdan Misimovic to add a touch of respectability to the scoreline.
WALES play Iceland, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Russia at home in under-17 Uefa Championship matches next week.
Bosnia-Herzegovina is such a complex country and situation that talk of war means that the fear, paranoia and excuses existing through Yugoslavia's history, including the 1992-1995 genocide, are still present.
Serbia-Montenegro lead Group Seven with 19 points, followed by Spain with 17 and 16 for Bosnia-Herzegovina.
In the September 2003 issue of Catholic Insight there is a note in the News in Brief section about the significance of the Pope not visiting Medjugorje during his last three visits to Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina, giving the reader the impression that the Pope someow disapproves of the reported ongoing apparitions.