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  • 41barbaric act — savage deed, brutal act, cruel deed …

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  • 42barbaric behavior — uncivilized behavior, behavior which lacks manners …

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  • 43Slavko Barbaric — Slavko Barbarić (* 11. März 1946 in Dragićina bei Čitluk, Jugoslawien, heute Bosnien Herzegowina; † 24. November 2000 in Međugorje, Bosnien Herzegowina) war ein kroatischer Franziskaner und Autor. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben 2 Literatur …

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  • 44Slavko Barbarić — (* 11. März 1946 in Dragićina bei Čitluk, SR Bosnien und Herzegowina, Jugoslawien; † 24. November 2000 in Međugorje, Bosnien Herzegowina) war ein kroatischer Franziskaner (OFM) und Autor. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben 2 Literatur …

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  • 45Rooms & Apartments Barbarić — (Хвар,Хорватия) Категория отеля: 3 звездочный отель Адрес: Veljka Kovače …

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  • 46Tomislav Barbarić — Infobox Football biography playername = Tomislav Barbarić fullname = Tomislav Barbarić dateofbirth = birth date and age|1989|3|29 cityofbirth = countryofbirth = SFR Yugoslavia height = position = Defender currentclub = Dinamo Zagreb clubnumber =… …

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  • 47Ivica Barbarić — Infobox Football biography playername = Ivica Barbarić fullname = dateofbirth = birth date and age|1962|2|23 cityofbirth = Metković countryofbirth = Yugoslavia dateofdeath = cityofdeath = countryofdeath = height = position = Defender currentclub …

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  • 48Ivica Barbarić — Nacimiento 23 de febrero de 1962 Metković, Yugoslavia (actual Croacia) Nacionalidad …

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  • 49mixo-barbaric — …

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  • 50barbarically — barbaric ► ADJECTIVE 1) savagely cruel. 2) primitive; unsophisticated. DERIVATIVES barbarically adverb …

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  • 51List of English words with disputed usage — Some English words are often used in ways that are contentious between writers on usage and prescriptive commentators. The contentious usages are especially common in spoken English. While in some circles the usages below may make the speaker… …

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  • 52barbarian — adj Barbarian, barbaric, barbarous, savage are comparable when applying to people or characteristics of people that are not fully civilized. Barbarian frequently applies to a state about midway between full civilization and tribal savagery {some… …

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  • 562009–10 NK Dinamo Zagreb season — Dinamo Zagreb 2009–10 season Chairman Mirko Barišić Manager Krunoslav Jurčić Stadium Stadion Maksimir Prva HNL 1st (Champions) Croatian Cu …

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  • 57Facundo — Facundo: Civilization and Barbarism   …

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  • 59barbarian — barbarian, barbaric, barbarous 1. These words had their origins in people s ideas about foreign languages. The Greek word barbaros, ‘barbarian’, which is the ultimate source of all these words, meant someone who spoke words sounding like ba ba.… …

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  • 60barbarous — barbarian, barbaric, barbarous 1. These words had their origins in people s ideas about foreign languages. The Greek word barbaros, ‘barbarian’, which is the ultimate source of all these words, meant someone who spoke words sounding like ba ba.… …

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