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… the highest number of votes in the election but was ineligible to serve a second term until Radišić and Jelavić had each served a first term as Chairman of the Presidency. Ante Jelavić was replaced by Jozo Križanović for the remainder of his term based on a decision issued by Wolfgang Petritsch, High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina.

…Železničar was among founding members of Slovenian Second League in 1991. They have immediately scored great success with a first place and a promotion to the first level in 1991-92, managed by ex-player Jože Karmel. They played in 1992-93…

…ŽOK Budućnost was established at 1994, as a first women’s volleyball club in Podgorica. Budućnost started playing in Montenegrin Republic League (3rd rank in former FR Yugoslavia), where will compete until 2006. In their early days,…

…Šmicer did not have to wait for notice at Euro 1996, as he signed a contract with French club Lens prior to the tournament. While at Lens, he enjoyed more success, inspiring the club to a first ever French title in 1997-98, their only…

… the model range, operating profit reached a modest 522 million euros (2012: €712 million). Škoda achieved a successful start to 2014: As well as recording the highest number of deliveries to customers in a first quarter ever (247,200; up…

…Škaljić was one of the four founding fathers of the independent ‘Islamic Community in Bosnia and Herzegovina’ (Bosnian: Rijaset Islamske Zajednice BiH). Its creation enabled Bosniak religious and political emancipation from the Ottoman Empire. Škaljić was recipient of a first class ‘Grand Cross’ Imperial Austrian Order of Franz Joseph.

…Šebo started his professional career with German team FC Köln but did not make a first team appearance, playing his games for reserve side Köln II. He moved to Slovakian side Inter Bratislava in 2003 after being released from Köln. Eight…

…Šafářová’s next tournament was the Charleston Open. As the fourth seed in singles, she lost to Louisa Chirico in her opening singles match after receiving a first round bye. Seeded first in doubles, Šafářová and Mattek-Sands proceeded to…

…Šafářová had a slow start to the year with a first round loss at the Apia International Sydney to Samantha Stosur. At the Australian Open, she suffered another first round exit to Yaroslava Shvedova. Despite the early loss in singles, she…

… the first round at the French and then in the second round at Wimbledon. Also at Wimbledon, Mattek-Sands injured her knee in a singles match causing the duo to withdraw from the tournament after winning a first round match.

…İdmanocağı Meanwhile, Besiktas match, paired with a first degree in 1965, Turkey Cup match played in Trabzon. Ending the second leg of the match 0-0, İdmanocağı strong by defeating his opponent Yasar 1-0 on a goal Istanbul Dolmabahçe Stadium knocked out the cup. This eventually took its place in history as a success İdmanocağı.

… penning a four-year deal. He immediately established himself as a first team regular under manager Lothar Matthäus, helping Partizan reach the group stage of the 2003-04 UEFA Champions League. In the following 2004-05 season, Đorđević won his…

…Āsh can be considered a full meal or a first course. Āsh can often be bought in Persian stores canned, dried mixes or frozen.

…Óðrerir is mentioned in two ambiguous passages of the Hávamál. In a first stanza (107), it is sometimes assumed that Óðrerir is synonymous with mead of poetry, but both interpretations are possible.

… the age of 93 in February 2012. He is a nephew of the former Teachta Dála (TD) Vivion de Valera and is a first cousin of the former Arts, Heritage, Gaeltacht and the Islands minister Síle de Valera, and of Judge Aindrias Ó Caoimh.

…Île-de-France has a land area of 12011 km2. It is composed of eight departments centered on its innermost department and capital, Paris. Around the department of Paris, urbanization fills a first concentric ring of three departments…

…Éric Bellocq studied the guitar with Alexandre Lagoya at the Paris Conservatory, where he also graduated with a First Prize. He played the theorbo in the Baroque ensemble Les Arts Florissants, directed by William Christie, from 1983 to…

… and supporting him, carefully noting in her diary the agenda and activities of her brother up until his death in October 1993. In the autumn of 1921, Chambon entered the École des Beaux-Arts de Genève. A first federal grant was awarded to…

…Éléonore de Bourbon (30 April 1587 – 20 January 1619) was the daughter of Henri I de Bourbon and his second wife Charlotte Catherine de la Tremoille. Éléonores father was a first cousin of King Henry IV of France. She was also the aunt of the scheming Madame de Longueville and le Grand Condé. She died childless.

…Élisabeth de Mac Mahon née Elisabeth Charlotte Sophie de la Croix de Castries (13 February 1834 – 20 February 1900) was a first lady of France from 1873 until early 1879. She was married to President Patrice de Mac-Mahon, Duke of Magenta.

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