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Last week, Bulgarian archaeologists unearthed an unusual 13th-century grave in an ancient city named Thracian.
“The Bulgarian Brute,” the excitable announcers called Rusev.
No matter that Rusev is Bulgarian and Lana is an American called Catherine (C.J.) Perry.
Ruseva told Bulgarian reporters that she would like to take Maria back and care for her, or at least get to know her.
“I had no food for the child,” Ruseva told Bulgarian television.
And the question as to whether a certain town or district is to be Serbian or Bulgarian sinks into the background.The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 1|Henry Baerlein
The Bulgarian rite also aims at propitiating general good luck.Modern Mythology|Andrew Lang
There were doubtless some sincere Bulgarian patriots who disliked joining hands with the Autocrat of all the Russias.The Liberation of Italy|Countess Evelyn Martinengo-Cesaresco
A Bulgarian song shows them weaving the destiny of the infant Saviour.Essays in the Study of Folk-Songs (1886)|Countess Evelyn Martinengo-Cesaresco
I strode up to the Bulgarian, who remained as motionless as a statue.