[ US /æɫˈbeɪniə/ ]
- a republic in southeastern Europe on the Adriatic coast of the Balkan Peninsula
How To Use Albania In A Sentence
- In April 1991 through a constitutional amendment changing the country named the Republic of Albania.
- It is for logistical rather than symbolic reasons that we are meeting at Old Albanian rugby club in Hertfordshire rather than Twickenham, but it allows Steele to make the point that he hopes to nurture the grassroots as well as the elite game, especially the enthusiastic volunteers that sustain it. England can win 2015 World Cup, says RFU chief executive John Steele
- Rain, heavy cloud cover and thick fog in the area had prompted Albania's prime minister to cancel his own flight to the conference.
- Mother Teresa visited her native Albania.
- Meals for guests or for ceremonial occasions such as weddings usually involve copious amounts of meat, washed down with Albanian raki, an alcoholic beverage.
- The fact that anyone bothers to even argue with this post depresses me, but if you really need to think about it, substitute the word "Black" for the word "Albanian" ... ill lich replied to comment from nutbastard Is Sony legally required to make its games accessible to disabled people? - Boing Boing
- The U . N. administrator faulted ethnic Albanian politicians for not doing enough to reassure the Serb minority.
- The fustanella, or Albanian kilt, was common dress for men until the 1400s. Common villagers and rural people wore a fustanella made from coarse linen or wool; more affluent men wore silk.
- The road on the Albanian side is very good from Shkodër down to Tirana, which is basically the southern two thirds of the route. Podgorica and Tirana
- But "they are so devoid of both originality and unity," says Sir Charles Eliot,  that acutest of observers, "that it is vain to seek for anything in politics, art, religion, literature or customs to which the name Albanian can be properly applied as denoting something common to the Albanian race. The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 2