Serb

(from the article `Croatia`) ...1990s, the new government under Prime Minister Ivo Sanader pursued a moderate agenda. One of the government`s first actions was to initiate ... ...It historically served as an important secondary language in Slovenia and Macedonia. The Croats, who are Roman Catholic and who lived for ... In the Balkans...
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Serb

Largest ethnic group in the former Yugoslavia, found mainly in Serbia, but also in the neighbouring independent republics of Montenegro, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia. Their language is generally...
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Serb

Largest ethnic group in the former Yugoslavia, found mainly in Serbia, but also in the neighbouring independent republics of Montenegro, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia. Their language is generally recognized to be the same as Croat and is hence known as Serbo-Croat. The Serbs are predominantly Greek Orthodox Christians and write in a Cyrill...
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Serb

NATO designation for soviet submarine-launched ballistic missile R-21 [SU]
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Serb

Serbian
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Serb

The Serbs are Yugoslavia's largest ethnic group, found mainly in Serbia, but also in the neighbouring independent republics of Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia. Their language, generally recognized to be the same as Croat and hence known as Serbo-Croatian, belongs to the Slavic branch of the Indo- European family. It has more than 17 million speakers...
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