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'Uraybi

25.7830556,55.9794444Source: Wikipedia

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`Urjan al Gharbiyah

a town in the Amman Governorate of north-western JordanSource: Wikipedia

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`Urjan ash Sharqiyah

a town in the Amman Governorate of north-western JordanSource: Wikipedia

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Đura Jakšić

Đura Jakšić / Ђура Јакшић was a Serbian poet, painter, writer, dramatist, bohemian, and patriotSource: Wikipedia

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Đurađ

The name Đurađ , a variant of the name "George", can refer to several different people, includingSource: Wikipedia

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Đurađ Branković

During his reign the Serbian capital was moved to Smederevo (near Belgrade) after the Second Battle of KosovoSource: Wikipedia

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Đurađ I

the second ruler of Zeta from 1362 - 13 January 1378 under the House of BalšićSource: Wikipedia

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Đurađ II

Stracimirović of the House of Balšić was a ruler of several Serbian and Albanian lands from 1385 to 1403, most notably ZetaSource: Wikipedia

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Đurađ IV Crnojević

the son to Ivan Crnojević, was the ruler of the Principality of Zeta between 1490 and 1496, the founder of the first printing house, and identified himself as the "Duke of Zeta"Source: Wikipedia

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Đurađ V Crnojević

the secular prince of Principality of Zeta/Montenegro from 1515-1516Source: Wikipedia

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Đurić

ĐurićSource: Wikipedia

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Đurkovići

a village located just outside of Podgorica, Montenegro and within the territorial boundaries of the Piperi tribeSource: Wikipedia

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Đurmanec

a municipality in the Krapina-Zagorje county in CroatiaSource: Wikipedia

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Đuro Basariček

a Croatian politician, lawyer and social activistSource: Wikipedia

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Đuro Daničić

was a Serbian philologist, translator, linguistic historian and lexicographerSource: Wikipedia

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Đuro Deželić

a Croatian writer and mayor of ZagrebSource: Wikipedia

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Đuro Ferić

also Giorgio Ferrich, was a Croatian poet and a Jesuit vicar general of the Republic of RagusaSource: Wikipedia

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Đuro Keškec

(Ѓуро Кешкец) is a Macedonian politicianSource: Wikipedia

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Đuro Kurepa

a Yugoslav mathematicianSource: Wikipedia

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Đuro Salaj

one of the founders of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia and the first president of the United Unions of YugoslaviaSource: Wikipedia

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Đuro Đaković

a Yugoslav communist politicianSource: Wikipedia

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Đuro Đaković

the name of a conglomerate of railway and military factories located in Slavonski Brod, CroatiaSource: Wikipedia

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Đuro Đaković Series 662

nicknamed Nada was the first diesel-electric locomotive produced in SFR YugoslaviaSource: Wikipedia

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Đuro Đaković Series 732

a 44-ton diesel-hydraulic switcher model produced by Đuro Đaković in Yugoslavia, under the licence of Jenbacher Werke of AustriaSource: Wikipedia

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Đuro Đaković series 743

series 2141 was a prototype diesel shunter locomotive series on Hrvatske ŽeljezniceSource: Wikipedia

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Đurovski

(cyrillic: Ѓуровски) is a South Slavic surname,Source: Wikipedia

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Đurđa Adlešič

a Croatian liberal-conservative politician and current leader of Croatian Social Liberal PartySource: Wikipedia

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Đurđe Ninković

a founder member of the Democratic Party (DS) in Serbia who joined the Founding Committee of the Democratic Party in December 1989Source: Wikipedia

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Đurđenovac

a municipality in Osijek-Baranja county, CroatiaSource: Wikipedia

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Đurđevac

a town and municipality in the Koprivnica-Križevci county in CroatiaSource: Wikipedia

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Đurđevac Castle

a castle near Đurđevac, CroatiaSource: Wikipedia

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Đurđevdan

a Serbian religious holiday, celebrated on April 23 by the Julian calendar (May 6 by Gregorian calendar), which is the feast of Saint George and a very important SlavaSource: Wikipedia

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Đurđevi Stupovi

a Serb Orthodox monastery near the town of Berane, MontenegroSource: Wikipedia

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Đurđevi stupovi

a 12th-century Eastern Orthodox monastery located in the vicinity of today's city of Novi Pazar, in the Sandžak region of SerbiaSource: Wikipedia

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Đurđevića Tara Bridge

an arch bridge over the Tara River in northern MontenegroSource: Wikipedia

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Đurđevo

a village located in the Žabalj municipality, in the South Bačka District of SerbiaSource: Wikipedia

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Đurđica Bjedov

Đurđa ("Đurđica") Bjedov was the only Yugoslav swimmer to ever win a gold medal at the Olympics in swimmingSource: Wikipedia

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Đurđin

a village located in the Subotica municipality, in the North Bačka District of SerbiaSource: Wikipedia

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