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.
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  • 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.
  • In Sarajevo, especially, you can see the country's ethnic groups reknitting old ties -- not necessarily warmly, but with a heartening mutual acceptance. Bosnia Reborn
  • By the time Javier reached Sarajevo in 1996, most of the Ladinos had disappeared.
  • SARAJEVO - A five-year-old girl whose terrible wounds and fight for life made her a symbol of Sarajevo left for a British hospital after public pressure prompted her airlift by Britain and the United Nations. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • SARAJEVO - After months without electricity, many Sarajevo residents have at last had power restored to their homes but wonder how long the lights will stay on. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • The city of Sarajevo appears relatively calm today.
  • SARAJEVO - A United Nations spokesman dismissed as "disinformation" a U.S. newspaper report that U.N. peacekeepers in Sarajevo were clients at a Serb-run brothel staffed by captive Moslem and Croat women. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Tudjman supposedly took his fountain pen and drew an S-curve through the center of Bosnia, with Krajina and Sarajevo on the Croat side and Tuzla and eastern Slavonia for the Serbs. Softening Up The Enemy
  • What was it ultimately that led you to leave Sarajevo for Zagreb?
  • A Bosnian minister has thrown a wrench in Angelina Jolie's directorial debut by revoking a permit for the actress to shoot in Sarajevo after a paperwork error and heated complaints from women's groups that alleged the film would be guilty of "misleading history. Bosnian Official REVOKES Angelina Jolie's Filming Permit
  • The Englishmen struggled to scrape a 1-0 win in Sarajevo, and managed to extend the margin back home only because of an exceptional performance by Kieron Dyer.
  • But after that, it drags and detours, dawdles and digresses - to the Hague; to Sarajevo, inevitably; to the south of Italy.
  • SARAJEVO - Serb shelling of Sarajevo abated dramatically after the ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Archduke Francis Ferdinand, the heir to the throne of the Austrian Empire, had come to Sarajevo on a state visit; Sarajevo was then in one of the South Slavic provinces of the Austrian Empire. Sarajevo
  • SARAJEVO - The Bosnian government army's chief of staff and two other senior officers, including one commanding a district hit by Moslem separatism, have been dismissed, Sarajevo radio said. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • The cities of Mostar and Sarajevo are famous for their kilims (handwoven carpets).
  • My father was a soldier of the Great War, fighting in the trenches of France because of a shot fired in a city he'd never heard of called Sarajevo.
  • Mission creep may partly account for the curious defense of nonaction by Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. John Shalikashvili, who argued that the threat of air power, so effective against Serbian tanks around Sarajevo, wouldn't work against the infantry assailing Gorazde. Shooting The Messenger
  • The bus wheezes its way uphill with a wrenching of gears and whining of suffering brakes along the steep winding roads that scale the suburban hills around Sarajevo.
  • The Ion Cannon is approaching target orbit above Sarajevo. Please stand by for Ion Cannon control.
  • SARAJEVO - The United Nations prepared to escort hundreds of women, children and elderly civilians from the besieged Bosnian capital of Sarajevo after their evacuation was delayed for weeks, ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Not only does Sacco render brilliantly the crater-pocked streets of Gorazde, the faces of amputees in bombed-out hospitals, the uniforms of the Serb military, but he draws in detail the design on the package of the ubiquitous Drina cigarettes and the hairstyles of the girls he meets who ask him to bring Levi's 501s from Sarajevo. Maus Culture
  • The lifeblood of Sarajevo will drain away,(sentence dictionary) the television cameras will go home and Bosnia will be forgotten in the West.
  • SARAJEVO - Bosnian Serb and Moslem troops took up combat positions on two mountains overlooking Sarajevo and then stood down again when it became clear the hostilities were based on a misunderstanding. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Differences of interpretation emerged within days of the signing of the Sarajevo agreement as ethnic violence continued to escalate.
  • When Astra came to our table later that evening she told me that she hoped to be in Sarajevo for some weeks longer, and that she was happier here than she had been in Skoplje. Black Lamb and Grey Falcon: Part IV
  • SARAJEVO has not looked this good since it hosted the winter Olympics in 1984.
  • ‡ Sarajevo was the site of the assassination in 1914 of Austrian Archduke Francis Ferdinand, which sparked World War I. 2 Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • In the suburb of Novo Sarajevo, a boy plays basketball in the shadow of a bombed-out hotel that has yet to be renovated or torn down after 15 years.
  • Jolie's Sarajevo producer, Edin Sarkic, told The Associated Press on Friday that the rumor about the rape victim falling in love with a rapist is "insane. Angelina Jolie To Bosnia: My Film Is Not A Rape Love Story
  • Sarajevo and Mostar are well known for the wool rugs and carpets their artisans produce.
  • The city of Sarajevo appears relatively calm today.
  • SARAJEVO - Prominent Moslem intellectuals and religious figures in Sarajevo plan to debate the latest peace plan for Bosnia in advance of a final decision by the Moslem-led Bosnian parliament. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • The complaint against them, it seems, is that they supplied the troops around Sarajevo who shelled and sniped at civilians.
  • SARAJEVO - Serb forces removed their flag and quit a strategic mountain top near Sarajevo, bolstering prospects for Geneva peace talks and reducing a likelihood of NATO air strikes. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • When I was young we would go to Sarajevo and instead of going skiing, I would go to the town and get literally drunk on cevapi," said Vladimir Ocokoljic, the owner of Kafana, a cozy Serbian restaurant in the East Village. NYT > Home Page
  • Many other independent documentarians worked in Sarajevo as well, making remarkable films about the city's ordeal.
  • Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is famous for sausage-shaped cevapi, the size of a fat pinky finger, served piled on bread or eaten by hand. NYT > Home Page
  • The idealistic theatre troupe travels to Sarajevo, and its fate confirms the impotence of art in the presence of ammo.
  • The General's visit to Sarajevo is part of preparations for the deployment of extra troops.
  • She vividly described the process of pauperization of the Sephardi lower class, the petty shopkeepers, the artisans and the workers of Sarajevo in the 1930s. Yugoslavia.
  • Turkey condemns what it calls atrocities in Syria and says the world cannot watch another Sarajevo, the Bosnian city that endured years of siege warfare and international dithering in the 1990s. The Seattle Times
  • These tragicomic tales often invoke a Sarajevo that is physically absent but psychologically present and describe other psychic and geographic displacements. 2009 September 18 « One-Minute Book Reviews
  • The assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand, heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, at Sarajevo on June 28 by a member of a secret society of Serbian nationalists provided the chance. Armistice Day 2 0 0 5
  • Q As long as relief convoys, for instance, were permitted to reprovision Sarajevo and the shelling ceased, would that satisfy you? Corrected Press Briefing By Dee Dee Myers
  • Though believed defeated, the archon Dyo and the revenant William reappear in Sarajevo, guiding the hand of a terrorist who will plunge Europe into flames. Archaia Sneak Peek of the Week: The Secret History Book Seven | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News
  • We had fiddled in Maastricht while Sarajevo began to burn.

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