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"The problems with my brother started when he began dating a girl [actress Sofia Karstens] I had," he says.
Founded in 2002 by Mauricio Pezo and Sofia von Ellrichshausen in Concepción, Chile, the firm operates on a theory of interaction.
Not present will be Queen Sofia of Spain, in protest at British sovereignty over Gibraltar.
But his studies are ended and he must return to Sofia to take care off his parents.
This speech shows amply that Mohammad had no intention of enslaving Sofia.
I asked him if his Chief, the Minister at Sofia, stood behind him.
It is said that he had made a vow that he would not return to Sofia until a victorious peace was signed.
We were called Tartars until just before you arrived in Sofia.
An Italian doctor, who drove into Sofia on the same day, was lifted out of the vehicle dead.
Bulgarian capital, Roman Serdica, from the Thracian Serdi people who lived thereabouts. Conquered by the Bulgarians 9c. who altered the name by folk-etymology to Sredeti, which in their tongue meant "center, middle." It got its current name 14c. when the Turks conquered it and converted the 6c. church of St. Sophia into a mosque; the name thence extended to the whole city.
Medieval Latin, from Bulgari "Bulgarians," perhaps literally "the men from the Bolg," the River Volga, upon whose banks they lived until 6c. But the people's name for themselves in Old Bulgarian was Blugarinu, according to OED, which suggests a different origin. In other sources [e.g. Room], the name is said to be ultimately from Turkic bulga "mixed," in reference to the nature of this people of Turko-Finnish extraction but Slavic language.
Republic in southeastern Europe in the eastern part of the Balkan Peninsula, bordered by Romania to the north, the Black Sea to the east, Turkey to the southeast, Greece to the south, and Macedonia and Yugoslavia to the west. Its capital and largest city is Sofia.
Note: Former Eastern Bloc country. Soviet troops entered Bulgaria in 1944, and a communist government was established soon thereafter. Bulgaria's communist rulers followed the Soviet lead for almost fifty years, until the collapse of the Soviet Union. In January 1991, a multiparty government began to institute democratic and economic reforms.