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Serbia


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    • us: SRS
    • us: RS de Serbije
    • us: SR Srbija
    • us: Srbija
    • us: Servia
    • us: Sot͡sialisticheskai͡a Respublika Serbii͡a
    • us: Serbii͡a
    • us: Narodna Republika Srbija
    • us: N.R. Serbii͡a
    • us: NR Serbii͡a
    • us: Socialist Republic of Serbia
    • us: Republic of Serbia
    • us: Socijalistička Republika Srbija
    • us: Republika Srbija
    • us: People's Republic of Serbia
    • us: Szerbia
    • us: Србија
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    • found: BGN gaz Yugoslavia, Mar. 1983, v. 2, p. 693 (Serbia; rgn; 43°00ʹN, 21°20ʹE)
    • found: Matematički vesnik, nova serija, knj. 3, sveska 1 (1966): t.p. (SRS) verso t.p. (RS de Serbie; SR Srbije)
    • found: Enc. Brit., 15th ed.: v. 9, p. 65 (Serbia; Srbija; constituent rep., Eastern Yugoslavia)
    • found: Webster's new geograph. dict., 1977: p. 1095 (Serbia or formerly Servia)
    • found: Sov. ėnt͡sikl. slov., 4th ed.: p. 1198 (Serbii͡a; Sot͡sialistich. Respublika Serbii͡a)
    • found: Vesnik Društva matematičara i fizičara Narodne Republike Srbije, 1949: t.p. (N.R. Serbii)
    • found: Socialist Republic of Serbia, 1985: t.p. (Socialist Republic of Serbia)
    • found: Its New Constitution of Republic of Serbia, 1990.
    • found: BGN. For. names decisions, 06-04-92: p.12 (former entry: Srbija [brief], Socijalistička Republika: ADM1; current BGN-approved entry: Srbija [brief], Socijalistička Republika [Serbocroatian]; Serbia [conventional]: ADM1, 44°00ʹN, 21°00ʹE)
    • found: BGN. Foreign names info. bull., 15 Oct. 1992: p. 8 (former name: Srbija [brief], Socijalistička Republika [Serbocroatian]; Serbia [conventional]; ADM1; new name: Serbia [conventional]; Srbija [Serbocroatian]; PCL, 44°00ʹN, 21°00ʹE) p. iv (Serbia and Montenegro have asserted the formation of a joint independent state, but this entity has not been formally recognized as a state by the U.S.)
    • found: Foreign names information bulletin, Feb. 28, 2001 (former name: Srbija [Serbocroatian]; Serbia [conventional]--PCL, 44°35ʹN 21°00ʹE (SR); new name: Srbija [short form], Republika [Serbocroatian]; Republic of Serbia [conventional] [Serbia = conventional short form]--ADM1, 44°00ʹN 21°00ʹE (YI02))
    • found: Wikipedia, June 5, 2006: Serbia (After Montenegro voted to leave the State Union, the Republic of Serbia (Serbian: Republika Srbija) officially proclaimed its independence on June 5, 2006 while remaining the legal heir to the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro)
    • found: Serbian Government home page, June 5, 2006 (June 5, 2006 - Serbian parliament has adopted today the Decision on obligation of Serbian state bodies in carrying out Serbia's jurisdictions as successor of the state union of Serbia-Montenegro) {http://www.srbija.sr.gov.yu/?change%5Flang=en}
    • found: GEOnet, Nov. 29, 2006 (Serbia [short form], Republic of; Srbija [short form], Republika [Serbian]--PCLI, 44°00ʹN 21°00ʹE, variants: Serbia, Socialist Republic of; Serbia, People's Republic of; RB00)
    • found: Mák, Ferenc. Vesztegzár, 2013: title page (Szerbia)
    • found: Wikipedia, Dec. 2, 2015: Serbia (Serbian Kingdom gained independence 1217; became part of Ottoman Empire in 15th cent.; Principality of Serbia gained formal independence in 1878; became a kingdom in 1882; on Dec. 1, 1918, Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes proclaimed under King Peter I of Serbia; renamed Yugoslavia in 1929; after World War II Serbia became constituent republic within Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia)
    • found: Mojata svezda, 2012: page 233 (Србија = Srbija)
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    • 2018-06-15: revised
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