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British-Croatian Society

British-Croatian Society Membership Form Membership Categories: Individual Member £24.00 pa Family Group £36.00 pa (Two parents / partners plus children under 18 living at same address) Senior Citizen (aged 60 or over) / Student / Unwaged £12.00 pa Corporate Member £150.00 pa (One nominee ...

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When one or both parents are Croatians and your child was ...

When one or both parents are Croatians and your child was born in New Zealand… …in order for the child to obtain the Croatian citizenship you have to declare the fact of his/her birth in front of the relevant Croatian authorities.

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LEARN BEFORE YOU LAND

Dobrodo‰li! Welcome to Living Language In-Flight Croatian. This short and simple program is designed to give you just enough of the basics that you'll need to get by in Croatian.

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The Role of Foreign Direct Investment in the Croatian Economy

The Role of Foreign Direct Investment in the Croatian Economy Final Report A study prepared for the Investment Compact project: 'Investment and Trade Liberalization, Strengthening Development and Implementation of Investment and Trade Policy in the Western Balkans' by Gábor Hunya (The Vienna ...

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Language transfer in the acquisition of Serbo-Croatian object ...

Language transfer in the acquisition of Serbo-Croatian object clitics by French and English learners of Serbo-Croatian Nadeûda Novakovi * Research Centre for English and Applied Linguistics, University of Cambridge Abstract This paper presents the results of an experimental study testing the ...

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On the Magnificent Dalmatian Coast in Split Croatia Thursday ...

Ksenija P, [email protected], 091 5600 106, Croatian, Italian, Czech, English Convention AA CONTACTS Mirna J, [email protected], 091 5020 528, Croatian, French, English

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CROATIA (HRVATSKA) - I. Mladjov, Page 1/5

may have been the original base of the famous Croatian king Tomislav and the home of his heirs (while another set of his successors reigned in Croatia proper).

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Current relevance in Croatian: a cognitive account

Issue 6, Fall 2005 http://seelrc.org/glossos/ The Slavic and East European Language Resource Center [email protected] © 1999-2006 The Slavic and East European Language Resource Center Glossos is the registered trademark of Duke University.

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IPA 2009 – CROATIA - PROJECT FICHE

ensuring efficient performance of the activities of the Croatian Civil Aviation Agency (CCAA) and enhancement of the administrative and technical capacity

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IN VITRO REGENERATION OF THE CROATIAN ENDEMIC SPECIES IRIS ...

INTRODUCTION The genus Iris includes over 300 species, spread mostly across the northern temperate zone (Schulze, 1988). Most of its European as well as Croatian taxa belong to sect. Iris (=Pogoniris), comprising rhizomatous irises with bearded outer tepals (Mathew, 1981).

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