pertaining to the Balkan States or their inhabitants.
pertaining to the Balkan Peninsula.
pertaining to the Balkan Mountains.
the Balkans. Balkan States.
the countries in the Balkan Peninsula: Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo, Macedonia, Romania, Bulgaria, Albania, Greece, and the European part of Turkey.
Before 9/11, America had saved Muslims in the balkans from Christianist fanatics.
Some Righteous Truth from Sullivan Justin Green May 23, 2013
When the U.S. did intervene militarily, such as in the balkans, air power was the only real approach considered palatable.
Black Hawk Down’s Long Shadow Daniel Klaidman October 8, 2013
But it was not an easy task for the man famed for nearly singlehandedly bringing peace to the balkans.
Richard Holbrooke’s Last Mission in Afghanistan by David Rohde David Rohde November 25, 2011
Krauthammer called Clinton naive for expending blood and treasure to protect human rights and self-determination in the balkans.
‘Neoconservative’ Needs to Be Retired. Why Not Try ‘Imperialist’? Peter Beinart June 4, 2013
Greek grill masters use ground lamb instead of beef, as do those in the balkans, Asia Minor, the Middle East, and Central Asia.
The Humble Burger Goes Glam Katie Workman June 29, 2009
These interests, he was convinced, were more vitally affected in Central Asia than in the balkans.
Victorian Worthies George Henry Blore
Remind me of the people who live about the foothills of the balkans.
The Underdog F. Hopkinson Smith
It had served, too, to restore German prestige in the balkans.
The Story of the Great War, Volume I (of 8) Various
From the heights of the lower balkans—as at Sopot—we could see the horizon red.
The Making Of A Novelist David Christie Murray
My son Winn’s been talking about the balkans lately—kind of thing the army’s always getting gas off about!
The Dark Tower Phyllis Bottome
of, denoting, or relating to the Balkan States or their inhabitants, the Balkan Peninsula, or the Balkan Mountains
the countries of the Balkan Peninsula: the former Yugoslavian Republics, Romania, Bulgaria, Albania, Greece, and the European part of Turkey Also called the Balkans
probably from Turkic balkan “mountain.”
Major mountain range of the Balkan Peninsula, extending from the eastern portion of the former Yugoslavia through central Bulgaria to the Black Sea.
a member of a Sunni Muslim people living mainly in the Kabardino-Balkar Autonomous Republic in the Russian Federation, closely related to the Karachai. the Turkic language spoken by the Balkars.
to stop, as at an obstacle, and refuse to proceed or to do something specified (usually followed by at): He balked at making the speech. (of a horse, mule, etc.) to stop short and stubbornly refuse to go on. Baseball. to commit a balk. to place an obstacle in the way of; hinder; thwart: a […]
a town in N Afghanistan: capital of ancient Bactria; center of Zoroastrianism. Contemporary Examples After a brief visit to his family in Pakistan, he is now serving as the shadow governor of the key northern province of Balkh. Freed Taliban Prisoners in Pakistan and Afghanistan Return to Jihad Ron Moreau & Sami Yousafzai December 5, […]
given to balking; stubborn; obstinate: a balky mule. Contemporary Examples Then, with wind blowing him out horizontal under the wing, he hooks a boot on that balky wheel, kicks the mother home. The Ballad of Johnny France Richard Ben Cramer January 11, 2014 Historical Examples O foolish minister, trying in that way to manage a […]