Sarajevo

[ US /ˌsɑɹəˈjeɪvoʊ/ ]
NOUN
  1. capital and largest city of Bosnia; scene of the assassination of Francis Ferdinand in 1914 which precipitated World War I
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How To Use Sarajevo In A Sentence

  • The General's visit to Sarajevo is part of preparations for the deployment of extra troops.
  • There was a feature on legendary speed skater Gaetan Boucher, winner of two gold and a bronze at the '84 Sarajevo Games, who was about to take his last shot at the podium in the men's 1,500 metres.
  • SARAJEVO - The United Nations deployed French peacekeeping troops between Moslem and Serb forces in Sarajevo to enforce a ceasefire called as NATO threatened the city's Serb besiegers with air strikes. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • The world is watching Sarajevo
  • In Sarajevo we found an overwhelming energy and bustle set against a backdrop of the ruins of dilapidated buildings.
  • We waited at the Latin Bridge in Sarajevo for Austria's heir presumptive, Francis Ferdinand. Lord Weidenfeld of Chelsea: On Turning 90
  • We continued reforesting the hills around Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina.
  • Sarajevo and Mostar are well known for the wool rugs and carpets their artisans produce.
  • Read in studio A charity worker says his social security payments are being stopped because he's taking aid to Sarajevo.
  • There was no running water and no bakery, but gave great comfort to the citizens of Sarajevo with his newspaper.
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