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  1. Википедија

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    3 days ago · Никола i Петровић Његош (Његуши, 7. октобар/19. октобар 1840 — Антиб крај Нице, Француска, 2. март 1921) је био књаз Црне Горе у периоду 1860—1910. и краљ у периоду 1910—1918. из династије Петровић Његош.

  2. Serbian Wikipedia - Wikipedia

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    6 days ago · Serbian Wikipedia was created on 16 February 2003 along with the Croatian Wikipedia when both split off from the joint Serbo-Croatian Wikipedia.The main page was translated from English into Serbian on 22 April 2003 by an unknown user with IP address 80.131.158.32 (possibly from Freiburg, Germany), and user Nikola Smolenski finished the translation on 24 May.

  3. Википедија на српском језику — Википедија

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    3 days ago · Википедија на српском језику (такође српска Википедија) верзија је Wikipedia-е, слободне енциклопедије, на српском језику која је настала 16. фебруара 2003. године.

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  4. 3 days ago · Српски језик / Srpski jezik Српски / Srpski; 사용 국가 : 세르비아 코소보 보스니아 헤르체고비나: 사용 지역 : 발칸 반도: 언어 인구 : 12,500,000명 문자 : 키릴 문자(공식) 로마자: 언어 계통: 인도유럽어족 슬라브어파 남슬라브어군 서부 남슬라브어군

  5. Milo Lompar - Wikipedia

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    4 days ago · Milo Lompar (Serbian Cyrillic: Мило Ломпар; born 19 April 1962) is a Serbian literary historian, professor at the Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade, writer, president of the Miloš Crnjanski Endowment and former director general of Politika.

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    • Literary historian, writer
  6. English - Wiktionary

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    From Middle English Englisch, English, Inglis, from Old English Englisċ (“of the Angles; English”), from Engle (“the Angles”), a Germanic tribe +‎ -isċ; equal to Angle +‎ -ish. Compare Dutch Engels, Danish engelsk, Old French Englesche (whence French anglais), German englisch, Spanish inglés, ultimately derived from Proto-Indo-European *h₂enǵʰ- (“narrow”) (compare Sanskrit अंहु (áṃhu, “narrow”), अंहस् (áṃhas, “anxiety, sin”), Latin angustus (“narrow”), Old Church Slavonic ѫзъкъ (ǫzŭkŭ, “narro...

    1. (UK) IPA(key): /ˈɪŋɡlɪʃ/, (non-standard) /ˈɪŋɡəlɪʃ/ 2. (US) IPA(key): /ˈɪŋɡlɪʃ/, (also) /ˈɪŋlɪʃ/ 3. Hyphenation: Eng‧lish

    English (comparative more English, superlative most English) 1. Of or pertaining to England. 2. English-language; of or pertaining to the language, descended from Anglo-Saxon, which developed in England. 3. Of or pertaining to the people of England (to Englishmen and Englishwomen).quotations ▼ 1. 1898, Winston Churchill, chapter 2, in The Celebrity: 4. Of or pertaining to the avoirdupois system of measure. 5. (Amish) Non-Amish, so named for speaking English rather than a variety of German.

    English (countable and uncountable, plural English or Englishes) 1. (plural) The people of England; Englishmen and Englishwomen. 2. (Amish, plural) The non-Amish; non-Amish people. 3. (uncountable) Ability to employ the English language correctly or idiomatically. 4. The English-language term or expression for something. 5. (uncountable) Specific language or wording in English; English text or statements in speech, whether in translation or otherwise. 6. (printing, dated) A size of type betwe...

    English 1. The language originating in England but now spoken in all parts of the British Isles, the Commonwealth of Nations, North America, and other parts of the world. 2. A variety, dialect, or idiolect of spoken and or written English.quotations ▼ 1. 2003, Amy Tan, \\"Mother Tongue\\", in The Opposite of Fate: Memories of a Writing Life, page 278 3. English language, literature, composition as a subject of study 4. An English surname​ originally denoting a non-Celtic or non-Danish person in B...

    English (third-person singular simple present Englishes, present participle Englishing, simple past and past participle Englished) 1. (transitive, archaic) To translate, adapt or render into English.quotations ▼ 1. 1621, Democritus Junior [pseudonym; Robert Burton], The Anatomy of Melancholy, Oxford: Printed by Iohn Lichfield and Iames Short, for Henry Cripps, OCLC 216894069; The Anatomy of Melancholy: […], 2nd corrected and augmented edition, Oxford: Printed by John Lichfield and James Short...

    1. English (disambiguation) on the English Wikipedia. English Wikipedia 2. English language on Wikipedia.Wikipedia 3. English literature on Wikipedia.Wikipedia 4. English studies on Wikipedia.Wikipedia 5. English people on Wikipedia.Wikipedia 1. Wiktionary's coverage of English terms

    1. English at OneLook Dictionary Search 2. ISO 639-1 code en, ISO 639-3 code eng 3. Ethnologue entry for English, en

  7. Tyrannosaurus rex | Wikizilla, the kaiju encyclopedia

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    King Kong

    1. Main article: Meat-Eater. A Tyrannosaurus was among the prehistoric creatures living on Skull Island in 1933. As King Kong was traveling across Skull Island with his 'bride', Ann Darrow, he realized that the crew of the Venture were following him, and so he set Ann down atop a tree while he went to attack the expedition. While Kong was distracted by this, the Tyrannosaurus rex appeared from the jungle and began to menace Ann, intent on eating her. After hearing Ann's screams, Kong rushed t...

    During routine drilling in the Arctic, a Polar-Borer found itself boring through the sea floor and suddenly surfacing in a lake. The Borer's crew exited the craft to search the strange area in which they had found themselves, only to be eaten by a huge Tyrannosaurus rex. The crew's sole survivor, Chuck Wade, managed to escape and tell his story to Masten Thrust, head of Thrust Industries, the company that created the Polar-Borers. Thrust, an accomplished big-game hunter, was interested in hun...

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    1. Main article: Meat-Eater. After hopping out of the jungle, the meat-eater saw Ann Darrow in a tree while King Kong was distracted by shaking the crew of the S.S. Wandereroff of a log bridging a chasm. After Ann screamed in terror, Kong threw the log into the pit and sprang on the meat-eater. The dinosaur quickly kicked Kong off with its incredible hind leg strength, but Kong was able to circumvent this by injuring one of its legs. Kong then easily overpowered the meat-eater and pried open...

    The meat eater lurked in the darkness of the jungle as Kong busied himself with warding away the Wanderer crewmen. It moved out to attack the unattended Ann Darrow, but after she screamed at its appearance, Kong returned and attacked. The ape pummeled the meat eater's hip until it fell forward and broke its leg with a sickening snap. It then rolled over onto its back and flailed its remaining leg is defiance before Kong leaped upon the meat eater and broke its jaws before snapping its neck an...

    After Gaw and her vicious pack of Deathrunners slaughtered a mother and father kong and left their adolescent sonfor dead, a meat eater and its offspring scavenging for food came upon the carcass of the father kong and began to eat it. Mistaking the meat eater as being responsible for killing his parents, the young kong attacked the dinosaur. The meat eater managed to knock the young kong into a ravine by hitting him with its tail, then it and its offspring returned to their meal.

    The roars for the T-rex in The Last Dinosaur were produced from a combination of Godzilla and King Kong's roars from King Kong vs. Godzilla.

    The Tyrannosaurus that King Kong battles in the original film is depicted with three fingers on each hand. This is because, at the time, it was unknown exactly how many fingers Tyrannosaurus had, a...
    The Tyrannosaurus rex stop motion model used in King Kong was originally created for Willis O'Brien's canceled film Creation, as was the case with many of the creatures featured in the film. The st...
    It has been debated for many years whether or not the theropod dinosaur that King Kong fought in the 1933 film was actually a Tyrannosaurus or an Allosaurus. In the film's script and novelization,...
    Godzilla's appearance was loosely based on contemporary depictions of Tyrannosaurus rex, along with the characteristics of other dinosaurs like Stegosaurusand Iguanodon.

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  8. Pariz – Wikipedija

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    6 days ago · Kuga je stigla u Pariz 1348., s najmanje 800 mrtvih dnevno, u doba kada je Pariz imao oko 200 000 stanovnika. Također i 1466. 40 000 ljudi je umrlo od kuge u Parizu. Pariz je izgubio svoju poziciju sjedišta francuskog kraljevstva za vrijeme okupacije od Burgundijaca, tada engleskih saveznika, u doba Stogodišnjeg rata, kada je Henrik VI okrunjen za francuskog kralja 1431., naslov koji je ...

  9. 塞尔维亚语 - 维基百科,自由的百科全书

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    српски srpski: 母语国家和地区 塞爾維亞 蒙特內哥羅 波黑 馬其頓 克罗地亚 瑞典 匈牙利 羅馬尼亞 阿尔巴尼亚 科索沃(未获国际普遍承认) 希臘: 母语使用人数: 12,000,000 (2009) 語系

  10. Lužički Srbi – Wikipedija

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    Feb 24, 2021 · Tek poslije njegove smrti srpski svećenici su počeli uvoditi u upotrebu srpski jezik i otvarati škole. U 16. stoljeću nastavljaju se i dalje pobune ekonomske prirode. U okrugu Lukova 1548. godine ustanici su uspjeli uvesti svoju samoupravu, postaviti svog kralja, ukinuti kuluk i danak, ali je na kraju i ovaj pokušaj krvavo ugušen.

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