Serbia Strong - Instrumental
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Serbia Strong - instrumental
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Introduction and aim: The Amsterdam instrumental activities of daily living questionnaire (A-IADL-Q) was developed as a sensitive tool in detecting a functional decline in early dementia. The aim of our study was to analyze the validity and reliability of the Serbian translation of the short version of A-IADL-Q in a population of memory clinic patients.
Material and methods: We have included 160 subjects with Alzhemier's disease (AD) dementia, mild cognitive impairment (MCI), or normal cognition (NC). All patients were examined by a neurologist, screened for cognitive impairment (MMSE) and depression, and referred to laboratory testing, neuroimaging examination, and neuropsychological assessment. Informants (close friends or relatives) completed Serbian language versions of the A-IADL-Q -Short version and the Lawton-Brody Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (LB-IADL) scale. Reliability analysis was performed by assessing internal consistency and reproducibility (test-retest reliability). Construct validity was assessed as the impact of gender, аgе, education, diagnosis, cognitive and functional measures on A-IADL-Q scores.
Results: The internal consistency of the Serbian version of A-IADL-Q was acceptable (Cronbach's alpha 0.82), Test-retest reliability of the A-IADL-Q was excellent (ICC=0.92, 95% CI 0.84-0.98, p
Conclusion: The Serbian adaptation of the A-IADL-Q-short version is a reliable and valid measure of instrumental activities of daily living in patients with dementia and mild cognitive impairment. This easy-to-administer instrument is useful for the early diagnostics of dementia syndrome in a memory clinic population.
Some of the strongest voices against Milosevic, against the Serb conduct in the Yugoslav wars, and against Serbian nationalism in general have come from Serbs themselves. These voices are largely absent from the revisionist accounts. Serbia under Milosevic was not Germany under Hitler. Thousands of Serbs protested against Milosevic; thousands dodged the draft and went AWOL; thousands joined the peace movement and the opposition. And, in 2000, they succeeded in a nonviolent democratic revolution to unseat Milosevic once and for all.
Russia and Serbia are both predominantly Slavic and Eastern Orthodox countries, which share a strong mutual cultural affinity. The countries have been close allies for centuries; and the friendship between them has been strongly maintained despite Serbia's recent attempt to maintain closer relations with the West.
Serbia's People's Radical Party, which was founded by reputed Russophile Nikola Pašić in 1881 and gained parliament majority by 1891, sought to free the country of Austro-Hungarian dependence. Serbia was defeated in the war with Bulgaria in 1885, and the Bulgarian unification was internationally recognized. Meanwhile, tensions between Serbia and Austria-Hungary grew. Serbian pretensions in creating a South Slavic state (Yugoslavism as opposed to Austro-Slavism) put fear in Austria-Hungary of potential devastation of the Austro-Hungarian empire. On the other hand, Russia became increasingly disappointed in Bulgaria, where the rulers of the German dynasties, Alexander of Battenberg and from 1887 Ferdinand I, pursued policies that Russia opposed. The visit to Saint Petersburg of Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph and his conference with Nicholas II of Russia in 1897 heralded a secret agreement between the two empires to honour and seek to maintain the status quo in the Balkans, which was in line with Vienna's attempts to forestall an emergence of a large Slavic state in the region. The 1901 massacres of Serbs in Kosovo was instrumental in causing a diplomatic conflict between Austria-Hungary, which supported the Albanians, and Serbia, which was supported by Russia.
In recent years, the military cooperation between Serbia and Russia has grown stronger. Since the beginning of 2022, Serbia has purchased multiple pieces of Russian military hardware, such as the Pantsir-S1 air defense system and 9M133 Kornet anti-tank missiles, despite the threat of US sanctions.
"Mudžahedin" (also known as Defend Kebab) is a pro-Bosnian propaganda music video featuring Mahir Bureković, a Bosnian singer from Janjići. The song is about motivating the people of Bosnia to fight against their enemy during the Bosnian war. Online, the song gain notoriety due its poor video quality and questionable lyrics, often being compared as the opposite to the pro-Serbian propaganda song Serbia Strong which also circulated during the Bosnian war.
On 9th September 2013, Youtube user AMAR-UTU uploaded a video titled "DEFEND KEBAB THEME SONG", which consisted of the instrumental version of Bureković's Mujahideen song. Ever since then, it gained over 100.000 vies.
"Remove Kebab" (also known as Serbia Strong or God is a Serb) is a pro-Serbian propaganda music video similar to Defend Kebab. It is much more well known and notorious than Defend Kebab though.
The Serbian economy has navigated the COVID-19 pandemic well. Following a mild contraction in 2020, real GDP strongly rebounded by 7.4 percent in 2021 and approached its pre-COVID trend. Driven by rising food and global energy prices, inflation picked up to 8.8 percent in February 2022, but core inflation remained lower at 4.4 percent. Fiscal performance in 2021 was stronger than expected, boosted by recovering tax revenues. The fiscal deficit narrowed to 4.1 percent of GDP, and public debt declined to 57.2 percent of GDP (according to the IMF methodology). Financial sector stability has been maintained. The exchange rate has remained stable.
The banking system remains well-capitalized and liquid, but continued vigilance is essential. We welcome the swift response by the NBS to international sanction-related spillovers on the banking system which was instrumental for preserving financial stability. The NBS timely initiated a resolution procedure in respect of Sberbank Srbija, and quickly finalized its acquisition by a domestic banking group. The financial system has also been provided with sufficient foreign cash to meet additional requests driven by uncertainty.
As an analytical chemistry field investigating analytes using scientific instruments, instrumental analysis has continuously contributed to reaching these goals. As more sophisticated instrumental techniques become increasingly available in food and feed analysis laboratories, food analysis has advanced. It has permitted us to resolve unknowns more efficiently and accurately and explore new food research tools to assess relevant markers (e.g., through food metabolomics ).
The purification and concentration of the acrylamide can either be attained by solid-phase extraction (SPE), from a hydro/lipophilic balance stationary phase (e.g., OASIS HLB) or strong cation exchange (e.g., OASIS MCX) [346,352].
From the instrumental standpoint, most authors consider that the use of an internal standard (i.e., acrylamide-d3) is paramount to compensate analyte loss along with the extraction (i.e., recovery) and measurement (i.e., ionization) steps [339,341,346,352].
The balance of quality in Stojkovic's team is firmly on the side of the attack, so it's obvious that problems will come at the other end. The back three are beneath the level of their attacking teammates and Serbia are vulnerable practically whenever their opponents cross the halfway line. Stojkovic has tried to cope with that by switching to more of a 5-3-2 against stronger teams, with wing-backs given more defensive duties, and Serbia conceded that many goals. But the issue is far from ideal and could prove to be a bigger problem at the World Cup.
It may be a cliché, but for years now Switzerland's best feature has been their collective play. They are a tight unit that have a few strong, but not dominant, individuals. Functioning well together has allowed them to punch above their weight, as this will be the fifth big tournament in a row that Switzerland have qualified for. In the past four, they managed to reach the round of 16, even going one step further at Euro 2020, beating France but losing to Spain on penalties in the quarterfinals. The team is finely balanced and the players are always ready to step in and cover for one another, setting their egos aside for the greater good.
Xhaka has had more than his fair share of disagreements with the manager and missed all six qualifying matches that were played after Euro 2020 with a ligament injury, but his importance to the team was obvious as soon as he returned. The Switzerland captain was instrumental for the team in the Nations League and looks at the top of his game ahead of the World Cup. He hasn't played this well for in-form Arsenal in a very long time and has been able to translate his club form to the national team. 041b061a72