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muški rod

1. (Antiquité romaine) Place du marché.
2. Colloque.

1. arena


Sinonimi: scene of action

ETYM Latin arena, harena, sand, a sandy place.
1. The central area of an ancient Roman amphitheater where contests and spectacles were held; especially a sand-strewn area.
2. Where sports events take place; SYN. scene of action.

2. colloquium


1. An academic meeting or seminar usually led by a different lecturer and on a different topic at each meeting.
2. An address to an academic meeting or seminar.

3. forum


Sinonimi: assembly | meeting place

ETYM Latin; akin to foris, foras, out of doors. Related to Foreign.
(Irregular plural: fora or forums).
1. A public meeting or assembly for open discussion.
2. A public place to meet for open discussion; SYN. assembly, meeting place.
Market place; general meeting place; place for discussion; law courts.
In an ancient Roman town, the meeting place and market, like the Greek agora. At Rome the Forum Romanum contained the Senate House, the public speaking platform, covered halls for trading, temples of Saturn, Concord, and the Divine Augustus, and memorial arches. Later constructions included the Forum of Caesar (temple of Venus), the Forum of Augustus (temple of Mars), and the colonnaded Forum of Trajan, containing Trajan’s Column.

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muški rodračunari

1. newsgroup


A forum on the Internet for threaded discussions on a specified range of subjects. A newsgroup consists of articles and follow-up posts. An article with all of its follow-up posts—which are (supposed to be) related to the specific subject named in the original article’s subject line—constitutes a thread. Each newsgroup has a name that consists of a series of words, separated by periods, indicating the newsgroup’s subject in terms of increasingly narrow categories, such as rec.crafts.textiles.needlework. Some newsgroups can be read and posted to only on one site; others, such as those in the seven Usenet hierarchies or those in ClariNet, circulate throughout the Internet. See also article, bit. newsgroups, ClariNet, follow-up, Great Renaming, local newsgroups, mail reflector, threaded discussion, traditional newsgroup hierarchy, Usenet. Compare mailing list.
Discussion group on the Internet's USENET. Newsgroups are organized in several broad categories, for example biz (business), news, rec (recreational subjects) and sci (science). Within these categories there is a hierarchy of subdivisions, so biz.comp contains computing newsgroups, of which is the newsgroup concerned with software.
Newsgroups exist for almost any subject one might care to think of, whether serious or frivolous. Because USENET is completely uncensored, some of the newsgroups are inevitably tasteless and offensive to many users.

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