Sava

Sava is a cultivated variety of potato.
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SAVA

South African Veterinary Association
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Sava

Sava (sä'vä) , Hung. Száva, c.580 mi (930 km) long, rising in two headstreams in the Julian Alps, Slovenia, and flowing generally SE past Ljubljana and Zagreb, Croatia, then forming part of the border between Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, and through Serbia to the Danube R...
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Sava

[mythology] In the traditions of Samoa, Sava and his sister, I`i, were the children of Lefatu (the rock) and Le`ele`ele (the earth). They lived in Manu`a and became the first settlers of Savai`i. ...
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Sava

The Sava (pron) is a river in Southeast Europe, a right side tributary of the Danube. It flows through Slovenia, Croatia, along the northern border of Bosnia and Herzegovina, through Serbia, discharging into the Danube in Belgrade. Its central part is a natural border of Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia. The Sava forms the northern border of the Bal...
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Sava

[name] Sava is a common male personal name in south Slavic languages. Perhaps the most famous example is the Serbian medieval prince turned monk Saint Sava. In Bosnia Sava could also be a female name, a result of the tradition of naming female children like rivers – in this case, after the river Sava. Saba is a popular Georgian variant. =...
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SAVA

Standard Army Vectronics Architecture
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