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Perhaps due to the succinct form of his chapter, Matasovic (henceforth: M; numbers refer to pages of his book) has proposed to range Slavic compounds into three types only, viz.
In an effort to reach out to the predominantly unskilled South Slavic mining, forestry, railway, and construction workers in Canada, the CPC and the Canadian Labor Defense League (CLDL) also appointed several activists, including the Croats Tomo Cacic (1896-1969) and Edo Jardas (1901-1980), and the Serb Milos Grubic (1899-1995), to organize these workers.
On 20 September 2013, 24 university applicants from the list of MP Osmonaliyev were unlawfully admitted into the Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University with payment of tuition.
In an effort to counter these impacts and improve the environmental health of the community, Slavic Village Development is joining American Forests and the Alcoa Foundation in a Global ReLeaf project to plant 55 trees on abandoned land that spans nearly five acres.
6) In the Testament and the Mohyla text the quotation is that the tsar should "iako Bogu ne gnevatisia, i iako smertnu ne voznositisia"; in the two Slavic versions of Agapetus we read "iako smertnu ne voznositisia, i aky Bogu ne gnevatisia" (329), a simple reversal of the order of phrases.
Like the conference they are based on (Vienna, December 2011) the 13 essays focus mostly on Ukrainian, but also consider other Slavic languages spoken outside their native range.
Erol Rizaov comments ironically in Utrinski vesnik how President Ivanov spectacularly revealed to the world that Macedonians and Russians speak Slavic language during his lesson in history at one of the most renowned universities in the world Lomonosov in Moscow.
Unbeknownst to many Western Christians, the Year of Faith was also significant because the Christian world, and especially the grateful Slavic nations, remembered the coming of the co-patron saints of Europe, Cyril and Methodius, to Great Moravia in the year 863, this being the seminal occasion which defined the faith of many Christian nations east of Rome and Prague.
Culture Minister Elizabeta Kanceska-Milevska attended the meeting of the ministers of culture of the member states of the international foundation Forum of Slavic Cultures that took place in Cetinje, Montenegro, on 11 November.
Slavic Miniatures, compiled and edited by Agnes Lakos.
The etymology of three very frequent English words child, girl and boy has been notoriously obscure because researchers have failed to pay attention to possible Slavic influence.
For instance, the embassy recently used funding from the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs' Performing Arts Initiative to bring the brass band Slavic Soul Party