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Possible Answers: PARR, FRY, SMOLT, PARRS, SAMLET, SMOLTS, SAMLETS, GRILSE.
Last seen on: –Irish Times Simplex – Nov 15 2018
–Canadiana Crossword – Aug 20 2018
–Irish Times Simplex Crossword – Aug 14 2018
-The Washington Post Crossword – June 7 2018
–LA Times Crossword 7 Jun 2018, Thursday
-Mirror Quick Crossword November 3 2017
Random information on the term “FRY”:
The Republic of Serbia (Serbian: Република Србија/Republika Srbija) was a constituent country of Serbia and Montenegro (Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) between 1992 and 2006. With Montenegro’s secession from the union with Serbia in 2006, both became sovereign states in their own right.
After the League of Communists of Yugoslavia collapsed in 1990, the Socialist Republic of Serbia led by Slobodan Milošević’s Socialist Party (formerly Communists) adopted a new constitution, declaring itself a constituent republic with democratic institutions within Yugoslavia, and the “Socialist” adjective was dropped from the official title. As Yugoslavia broke up, in 1992 Serbia and Montenegro formed a new federation, called the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, and after 2003, Serbia and Montenegro.
Serbia claimed that it was not involved in the wars in Bosnia and Croatia. However the Serb rebel entities both sought direct unification with Serbia. SAO Krajina and later the Republic of Serbian Krajina sought to become “a constitutive part of the unified state territory of the Republic of Serbia”. Republika Srpska’s President Radovan Karadžić declared that he did not want Srpska to be in a federation alongside Serbia in Yugoslavia, but that Srpska should be directly incorporated into Serbia. While Serbia acknowledged both entities’ desire to be in a common state with Serbia, both entities chose the path of individual independence and so the Serbian government did not recognise them as part of Serbia, or within the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.