Macedonia

the area between Greece and the Balkans; in 288 BCE, Lysimachus and Pyrrhus partition Macedonia after the defeat of King Demetrius I; Phillip of Macedon worked to unite Macedonia and created there a strong army; his son, Alexander the Great, strengthened and added to the Macedonian territory; in 169 BCE, the Third Macedonian War began and in 167, t
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Macedonia

[n] - landlocked republic on the Balkan Peninsula
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Macedonia

Landlocked country in southeast Europe, bounded north by Serbia, west by Albania, south by Greece, and east by Bulgaria. Government Macedonia has a democratic multiparty parliamentary system. Under...
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Macedonia

noun landlocked republic on the Balkan Peninsula; achieved independence from Yugoslavia in 1991
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Macedonia

ancient kingdom centred on the plain in the northeastern corner of the Greek peninsula, at the head of the Gulf of Thérmai. In the 4th century it ... [22 related articles]
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Macedonia

region in the south-central part of the Balkan Peninsula that comprises northern and northeastern Greece, the southwestern corner of Bulgaria, and ... [14 related articles]
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Macedonia

, traditional region of Greece, comprising the northern and northeastern portions of that country. Greek Macedonia has an area of about 13,200 square ... [1 related articles]
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Macedonia

country of the southern Balkans. It is bordered to the north by Kosovo and Serbia, to the east by Bulgaria, to the south by Greece, and to the west ... [32 related articles]
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Macedonia

[comics] ==Plot== Macedonia opens with Heather Roberson, a student of Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of California at Berkeley, arguing with a professor about the inevitability of war. Roberson argues that it is avoidable, while the professor argues that it is not. Roberson cites the Republic of Macedonia, which avoided civil
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Macedonia

Macedonia (măs"udō'nēu) , region, SE Europe, on the Balkan Peninsula, divided among Greece, Bulgaria, and the Republic of Macedonia.Sections in this article:IntroductionLand and PeopleHistoryBibliography
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Macedonia

Macedonia (măs"udō'nēu) , Macedonian Makedonija, officially Republic of Macedonia, republic (2005 est. pop. 2,045,000), 9,930 sq mi (25,720 sq km), SE Europe. It is bordered by Serbia and Kosovo on the north, Albania on the west, Greece on the south, and Bulgaria on the eas...
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Macedonia

(modern region) Mountainous region of northern Greece, part of the ancient country of Macedonia which was divided between Serbia, Bulgaria, and Greece after the Balkan Wars of 1912–13. Greek Macedonia is bounded west and north by Albania and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia; ...
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Macedonia

(ancient region) Ancient region of Greece, forming parts of modern Greece, Bulgaria, and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. Macedonia (or Macedon) gained control of Greece after Philip II's victory at Chaeronea in 338 BC. His son, Alexander the Great, conquered a vast empire. Maced......
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Macedonia

(country) Landlocked country in southeast Europe, bounded north by Serbia, west by Albania, south by Greece, and east by Bulgaria. Government Macedonia has a democratic multiparty parliamentary system. Under its 1991 constitution it has a 120-member single-chamber assembly, the Sobranj...
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Macedonia

[theme] ==History== From the beginning of the 6th century the former Roman Diocese of Macedonia, then part of the Byzantine Empire became a subject to frequent raids by Slavic tribes which, in the course of next centuries, resulted in drastic demographic and cultural changes. The Slavs organized themselves into `Sklaviniai`, that continued
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Macedonia

[terminology] The name Macedonia is used in a number of competing or overlapping meanings to describe geographical, political and historical areas, languages and peoples in a part of south-eastern Europe. It has been a major source of political controversy since the early 20th century. The situation is complicated because different ethnic g
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Macedonia

[Greece] Macedonia (ə; Μακεδονία, Makedonía maceðoˈnia) is a geographic and historical region of Greece in the southern Balkans. Macedonia is the largest and second most populous Greek region, dominated by mountains in the interior and the port cities of Thessaloniki (or Salonika) and Kavala on its southern coastline. Macedonia
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Macedonia

[Roman province] The Roman province of Macedonia (Provincia Macedoniae, Ἐπαρχία Μακεδονίας) was officially established in 146 BC, after the Roman general Quintus Caecilius Metellus defeated Andriscus of Macedon, the last self-styled King of the ancient kingdom of Macedonia in 148 BC, and after the four client republics (th
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Macedonia

[food] Macedonia or macédoine is a salad composed of small pieces of fruit or vegetables. Fruit Macedonia is a fresh fruit salad and is a common dessert in Macedonia, Romania, Spain, France, Italy and Latin America. Vegetable Macedonia or Macédoine de légumes nowadays is usually a cold salad or hors d`oeuvre of diced vegetables, in Franc
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Macedônia

Macedônia (derived from the place name Macedonia) is a municipality (município) in the Brazilian state of São Paulo. The population in 2004 is 3661 and the area is 330.318 km². Its elevation is 502 m. ...
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Macedonia

[ancient kingdom] Macedonia or Macedon (n; Μακεδονία, Makedonía; a) was an ancient Greek kingdom. Centered in the northeastern part of the Greek peninsula, the kingdom was bordered by Epirus to the west, Paeonia to the north, the region of Thrace to the east and Thessaly to the south. The rise of Macedon, from a small kingdom at t
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Macedonia

[region] Macedonia ə is a geographical and historical region of the Balkan peninsula in southeastern Europe. Its boundaries have changed considerably over time, but nowadays the region is considered to include parts of six Balkan countries: Greece, the Republic of Macedonia, Bulgaria, Albania, Serbia and Kosovo.{ref label|status|a} It cove
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Macedonia

State in the north of Greece, birthplace of Alexander the Great.
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Macedonia

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Macedonia

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