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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishSlavicSlav‧ic /ˈslɑːvɪk $ ˈslɑː-, ˈslæ-/ (also Slavonic) adjective  relating to the Slavs or their languages
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SlavicIt was a community of about 5,000 people who enjoyed a rare Slavic culture.With Slavic delight in swerving to extremes, many an artist initially turned to abstraction.He stands at the very threshold of the age of electrical power-the Slavic genius who made it possible.I call it Slavic just because the Slavs were there first.Slavic languagesOutside, the streets are nearly deserted, the Slavic moon's face nearly full.Pity that this convoluted attitude towards violence doesn't prevail in all Slavic societies today.Once, in the seventies, I used to dine in Slavic splendor at places like the Golden Shell.Almost a century later Manaus's neglected cultural life is re-emerging with a Slavic twist.
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