Rastko, known in the Church as Sava and afterwards canonized, was a man of active temperament—a statesman as well as a churchman.
The battered giant in the Sava released a cloud of steam from his car.
There are many other cities, such as the city of Sava on the Nile, where the emperor ordinarily resides during the summer.
He was secretly delivered over to a merchant of Sava in Persia who educated him.
In the second picture were the Rivers Drava and Sava naked, with their vases.