• WordNet 3.6
    • n Yugoslavia a former country of southeastern Europe bordering the Adriatic Sea; formed in 1918 and named Yugoslavia in 1929; controlled by Marshal Tito as a communist state until his death in 1980 "Tito's Yugoslavia included Slovenia, Croatia, Macedonia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, and Montenegro"
    • n Yugoslavia a mountainous republic in southeastern Europe bordering on the Adriatic Sea; formed from two of the six republics that made up Yugoslavia until 1992; Serbia and Montenegro were known as the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia until 2003 when they adopted the name of the Union of Serbia and Montenegro
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In literature:

In Yugoslavia, the government of the reformist (though half hearted) Ante Markovic.
"After the Rain" by Sam Vaknin
This was a great step in the direction of the Yugoslavia which Strossmayer did not live to see.
"The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 1" by Henry Baerlein
Not only Yugoslavia, but the Soviet Union as well.
"Revolution" by Dallas McCord Reynolds
This could very well be seen during the spring of 1919 when the communications were interrupted between Rieka and Yugoslavia.
"The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 2" by Henry Baerlein
The area has been a continuing source of friction between Albania and Yugoslavia.
"Area Handbook for Albania" by Eugene K. Keefe
He favored reconciliation with Yugoslavia over the Macedonian issue.
"Area Handbook for Bulgaria" by Eugene K. Keefe, Violeta D. Baluyut, William Giloane, Anne K. Long, James M. Moore, and Neda A. Walpole
The Romanian power grid is connected to the power grids of Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, and Yugoslavia.
"Area Handbook for Romania" by Eugene K. Keefe, Donald W. Bernier, Lyle E. Brenneman, William Giloane, James M. Moore, and Neda A. Walpole

In news:

The Death of Yugoslavia by Laura Silber, by Allan Little Penguin, 400 pp.
I came across this remarkable book, which has not yet been translated into English, while writing recently about the wars in former Yugoslavia in the 1990s.
Yugoslavia and its Destroyers—America's Last Ambassador Tells What Happened and Why by Warren Zimmermann Times Books, 269 pp.
At least 13 of the 15 members of the United Nations Security Council, including Russia, appear ready to support tough economic sanctions against the Government of Yugoslavia when the issue comes to a vote on Saturday, diplomats said tonight.
BELGRADE, Yugoslavia, Saturday, May 13 AP Published: July 13, 1991.
Yugoslavia —what's left of it—starts again.
Music of Former Yugoslavia .
During the '50s and '60s, Yugoslavia and Norway cooperated on plutonium processing.
Envoy to Yugoslavia Was 69.
Parties to the conflicts in former Yugoslavia , and their main goals.
The Struggle in Yugoslavia .
The match, to begin on Sept 2, may be interpreted as a violation of United Nations sanctions against Yugoslavia .
The Story of Yugoslavia , 1914-1990.
In 1929, it takes the name Yugoslavia .
ICTY is what cool people call the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia .

In science:

Since tritium is a relatively “low ” ra dioactive material, very signi ficative amounts of tritium are required to produce a ra diological burden comparable to that of the U-238 expended in Iraq or Yugoslavia.
A comparison of delayed radiobiological effects of depleted-uranium munitions versus fourth-generation nuclear weapons
Indeed, assuming a tritium burn-up of 50 % (η = 0.5) in equation (15), and that half of the neutrons interact with the ground (φg = 0.5) in equation (16), we get a total yield of circa 60 kt, respectively 3 Mt, in the expenditure of 40 t of depleted-uranium as in Yugoslavia — and ten times more in Ira q.
A comparison of delayed radiobiological effects of depleted-uranium munitions versus fourth-generation nuclear weapons
This story of Yugoslav connections with neutrino physics may be of interest to others in similar position as well as to the physics youth and future of physics in Yugoslavia itself and this is why we set to prepare this short review.
The Neutrino - Its Past, Present and Future
One of us (MA) met Andrzej P¸ekalski (APE) at a MECO conference in Bled (then in Yugoslavia), in 1976.
Andrzej Pekalski networks of scientific interests with internal degrees of freedom through self-citation analysis
To the victims of the NATO aggression against Yugoslavia.
The R-matrix for (twisted) affine quantum algebras