Suddenly a refugee turned up, the hostess of the rest house in nish.
Sir: You may take the train which brought you here from nish.
Two units we left at nish; one is coming in a few days to Kragujevatz, the other to Belgrade.
nish is a bright and attractive town, with about 20,000 inhabitants.
Swinish, swī′nish, adj. like or befitting swine: gross: brutal.
From nish you'll get down to Salonika, and from there to the Pirus.
Several thousands did so, and these came principally from the Pachaliks of Widdin and nish.
There needed to that end the unexpected arrival of Omer Pacha at nish.
On 12 October they and their allies occupied nish, and a week later they had reached the Danube.
Back to nish in the rain, and Jo was wearing a cotton frock.