Examples from the Web for croatia
He has two daughters, ages four and 17, and lived in Croatia with his second wife, Dragana.Will The Latest ISIS Beheading Move Britain To Tougher Action?|Jamie Dettmer|September 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Photographers hiding in bushes at the Croatia team hotel captured pictures of players bathing in the nude.
“Every true fan of the Croatia national team will want them,” they said.
I so enjoyed shooting the Purple Wedding over five days in Croatia.
One he was particularly proud of was, I think, from Croatia.Sebastian Barry, Ireland’s Greatest Living Writer, Speaks for the Voiceless|Allen Barra|May 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As to Dalmatia, Croatia and Slovenia, their melodies are chiefly marked by simplicity and a feeling for the domestic side of life.
So, for example, he began to agitate in 1904 against the vast territorial possessions of the Church in Croatia.
His confederates are stationed along the entire route at connecting points, from the villages of Croatia to the saloon in Chicago.Races and Immigrants in America|John R. Commons
Only two or three Democrat deputies come from Croatia, and they are elected by the Serbs who live in that province.
In Croatia, on hearing of Hrabovsky's orders, the Palatine was burned in effigy.A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year|Edwin Emerson
British Dictionary definitions for croatia
Word Origin and History for croatia
from Modern Latin Croatia, from Croatian Hrvatska, probably related to Russian khrebet "mountain chain" (see Croat).
Culture definitions for croatia
Republic in southeastern Europe in the upper western corner of the Balkan Peninsula, bordered to the northwest by Slovenia, to the north by Hungary, to the east by Yugoslavia, to the south and southeast by Bosnia and Herzegovina, and to the west by the Adriatic Sea. Its capital and largest city is Zagreb.