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The meaning of «dnlvn»

Dnevni avaz (Bosnian pronunciation: [dnêːʋniː ǎʋaːz]; English: Daily Voice) is the most influential and best-selling daily newspaper in Federation Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Dnevnik (Macedonian: Дневник ) was the first private daily newspaper in Macedonia.
Dnevni telegraf was a Serbian daily middle-market tabloid published in Belgrade between 1996 and November 1998, and then also in Podgorica until March 1999.
Dnevnik (Bulgarian: Дневник) is a business-oriented Bulgarian daily newspaper, that is published Monday - Friday in Sofia since 2001. Until early 2005, it was printed in broadsheet format, the last Bulgarian daily to use the large format.
Dnevnik (English: The Daily) is a daily newspaper published in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Dnevne novine (English translation: Daily newspaper) is a Montenegrin daily newspaper.
Dnevnik jedne ljubavi (Diary of a Love) is the debut album by Croatian singer Josipa Lisac, released by Jugoton in 1973.
Dnevnik MRT is the main news program of the MRT, broadcast daily at 19:30.
Dnevnik starog momka (trans. Diary of an Old Bachelor) is the eleventh studio album released by Serbian and former Yugoslav singer-songwriter Đorđe Balašević.

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