Go into your Bethesda folder, Oblivion, and where the game would have put those mods. (Probably something like mods) Then just delete the crap out of them. Try looking up where the game would have put them online.
Help me identify this spider! Any arachnologists out there?
Well I did entomology at University...but I am not a spider expert and I don't live in Eastern Europe, but are you sure it was a spider, most of what you said sounds more like a tick (I'd say parasitic tick) except for that comment you made about "thin web". Crab spider would be the next likely culprit but without having a visual I couldn't say for certain. As long as it didn't bite you I wouldn't be worried and it's fangs seem rather small to do any real harm, Most spiders are NOT aggressive so I wouldn't worry about it.
Also I found a book called "spiders of Serbia", here is an intro from it "The territory of Serbia is home to 618 spider species, belonging to 36 families. The number of species was established after a critical review of the existing literature and intensive faunistic research for the accumulation of new data. This makes possible a critical taxonomic and faunistic review, together with a zoogeographical analysis. The number of species is comparatively high in relation to the number of species recorded from other countries of the Balkan Peninsula. The highest number of species are recorded for the territories of Bulgaria (910), Greece (810) and Croatia (615). This biodiversity depends on the size of the regions, their variety, as well as on the degree of exploration by researchers. According to their current distribution, the established 618 species can be relegated to 25 zoogeographical categories categories, grouped into 5 complexes (cosmopolitan, widely distributed, European, endemics, Mediterranean). The largest number of species belongs to the widely distributed complex and the most characteristic species are the endemics. The number of endemic species established (21) is comparatively high and reflects the local character of the fauna. This phenomena can be regarded as a result of the relative isolation of the mountains on the Balkan peninsula compared with the lowlands in the context of paleo-environmental changes during the Tertiary"
You will probably outgrow your motion sickness. Dramimine sold over the counter works too but it will probably put you to sleep.
For your male 25 year old cousin---he probably lives by himself or with roommates. He probably Rarely gets a chance to eat any baked goods. Bake him a cake or cookies or even give him a tub of frozen cookie dough so he can eat fresh baked cookies any time he wants.
My sis is in the Dallas area so I have only heard of things that you can do there. Maybe your family will take you to some places that are fun.
Please translate this text from English to German...many thanks?
My class had a road trip to Prague and Wien.
Meine Klasse machte einen Ausflug nach Prag und Wien.
We traveled by the bus.
Wir fuhren mit dem Bus.
The trip was long and difficult but when we got there we could see the lovely sights of Prague.
Die Fahrt war lang und anstrengend, aber als wir ankamen, besichtigten wir die schönen Anblicke Prags.
We saw many nice buildings(structures) and many nice cars.
Wir sahen viele schöne Gebäude und viele schöne Autos.
I enjoyed the Chech drinks, and the people there are very nice.
Ich genoss die Chech Getränke und die Leute waren alle sehr freundlich.
On the fourth day we went to Wien.
Am vierten Tag fuhren wir nach Wien.
The capital of Austria has many nice streets and stores.
Die Hauptstadt Österreichs hat viele schöne Straßen und Geschäfte.
Later we went back to Novi Sad.
Später fuhren wir zurück nach Novi Sad.
I had a nice time on the trip and i wish to visit the two countries again.
Ich hatte Spaß auf der Fahrt und mein Wunsch ist beide Länder noch einmal zu besuchen.
not to bad... I corrected the mistakes and changed some things to make it more naturally sounding. And I put the "Thanks in advance" at the end of the letter. I find it weird to have it in the middle of it.
Dürfte ich Sie noch einmal darum bitten, uns Ihre Materialen zukommen zu lassen, sodass wir die schon seit zwanzig Jahren erfolgreichen Aktivitäten Ihres Museums präsentieren/vorstellen können? Sie können das Material an die Adresse XXX schicken. Das Brotfestival findet vom 20. bis zum 26. November in Novi Sad statt. Wenn Sie Zeit haben, wäre es uns eine große Freude, Sie als unseren Gast bei uns begrüßen zu dürfen. Es wäre sehr nett, wenn Sie uns alles so bald wie möglich schicken würden.
Vielen Dank im Voraus.
First of all and most important.You will not be resented just because you are US citizen.There are many tourists,many US basketball players that are loved and respected etc..and most of all Serbs are good hosts,even were to the enemies in WWII etc...
The only way you can get in trouble is,and that is in some cases only, if you start praising US government,politics,army etc..or you start hitting on someone's girl. You are basically dead then ;)
You will see the ruins of the US bombing raids in 1999 in the downtown Belgrade,so understand that many of them still carry the hatred towards your ARMY AND GOVERNMENT,but not the people.And when you see the city of Belgrade itself you will understand why..it is old and glorious European city and not some Muslim mujahideen stronghold. That is all.Serbs were never bad guys,in any of the wars,and when they were as in 1991-1994 there were no good ones.
So just forget what you heard in CNN and enjoy you staying.
Secondly Belgrade is the capital city so it is quite large and interesting.Novi Sad is the biggest city in the north part of the country but not that big as Belgrade..It is more of a cultural center and people are much 'slower and softer' as Serbs say.
If you like history. Be sure to check out all Medieval and Roman fortresses.Belgrade is maybe the most interesting one,Novi Sad,Smederevo (city not far from Belgrade) also..as it will surely be interesting to you..Check the weapon museum in Belgrade fortress,it has weapons from many famous Serb battles including Kosovo battle of 1389,a very important event for Serbia and Europe..And a big part of Belgrade fortress outside the museum is filled with heavy weaponry from last 2-3 centuries.
Be sure to taste all available Serb foods,and beverages.They are unique.Be sure also to check some of the sport events since sport (soccer and basketball games) in this part of Europe(Italy,Greece,Turkey,Serbia) is very different experience than in USA.
If you like mountains and nature see the Western Serbia as there are many impressive tourist centers and places like mt Tara and Zlatibor,all very unique and traditional.good food also...And as always more history.Almost every city has some major war fought over it,and many have WWII museums. And if you are Christian you will enjoy many monuments,though Serbs are Orthodox Christians.Many of the monasteries are distant but beautiful.And in the city center of Belgrade you can see an enormous temple,the largest Orthodox temple in the World.
I can not however say much about night life in Belgrade but it is rich,some say richest in Europe so you will have no problem acquiring info.
for starters check http://www.tob.rs/en/index.php and http://www.serbia.travel/
Lisine waterfall in close to Despotovac, some 3-3 1/2 hrs from Novi Sad to the East.
Edit@ jaker: your map is not of the waterfall Lisine, but of another place with the same name on the border with Montenegro, much further south, and not the one in question.
I am unable to contact with my children,how could I meet them?
I do not want to pass judgment on you. I just find it difficult to believe that you have been institutionalized for that long based on one isolated incident of an overdose. Unless this was a suicide attempt in which they feel you may still be at risk for suicidal tendencies. There would more than likely have to be other reasons involved. If you have an illness that could cause you to act in a harmful way toward your children that is why you are not to see them. However, if this is something that can be treated then you should comply with the treatments your doctors have set for you. If you can become stable and no longer considered unfit to see your children then the court can over turn the decision and visitation could be established. If you do not feel that your condition poses any threats to your children then make an attempt to set up some type of supervised visitation. A case worker can sit there in the room with you while you visit your children. You should focus on the future and get the medical treatment that you need regardless. Good luck to you.
how could i get underwent to an psychiatric diagnostic observation?
There are a couple of ways to have a diagnostic assessment done.
1) you can go to any major hospital where there is a psychiatric ward. If they have a ward then they will most likely has a PES center (Psychiatric Emergency Services) where you can be admitted on a 24 to 72 hour basis for observation. From there they will refer you to a Mental Health Treatment Center where a DAF (Diagnostic Assessment Form) will be completed and you will be set up to receive treatment through that facility.
2)You can schedule an appointment with any psychiatric doctor who will set of a series of meetings with you in order to accurately diagnose you. From there they may treat you themselves or refer you to a Mental Health facility depending on your wishes and ability to pay or lack thereof.
3)You can go directly to a Mental Health Treatment Center and request services. From there they will set you up with a Psychiatrist who will meet with you and then diagnose your mental illness if you have one.
The second half of the first sentence is confusing. I think what you mean is "This certificate is based on the registration form and is issued to regulate applications for a visa to Malta."
The second part is fine.
What is the difference between a church and a cathedral?
The cathedral is the seat of a bishop, who is the head of a diocese. So, the cathedral is the head church of a diocese.
So as a little extra info, St. Peter's Basilica in Rome is NOT a cathedral. Basilica of St. John Lateran is the cathedral of Rome.
What is Leskovac in Serbia like? Has anyone ever been there? What are prices like for going out,eating out etc?
Why do you hate capital cities? Belgrade is probably one of the most important places you could visit in Serbia, especially the Kalemegdan fortress. Leskovac is a place that has seen better times. It used to be the major textile center in the Balkans and made high quality textiles before WWII. It was destroyed by Allied bombing in 1944 and post-war Communist mismanagement and then the 1990s wars. They have a famous "grilled meat" Oktober-festish thing in September: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rostiljijada
Nis is the 3rd largest city in Serbia (in the south, so probably cheaper) and has some interesting Roman sites there (Constantine the Great was born there) as well as the skull tower. Other things you could see are castles (Maglic, Smederevo, Bac, Uzice, Golubac, Manasija ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fortifications_in_Serbia ), national parks and mountains such as Zlatibor, Kopaonik, Stara Planina, Tara, Djerdap ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_national_parks_of_Serbia ) or medieval monasteries such as Zica, Mileseva, Sopocani, Djurdjevi Stupovi, Studenica, Manasija, or the churches of Kosovo.
Check this page out for cool pics and that might help you decide: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=706754
Anyone of you going to Novi Sad, Serbia for the Exit festival in July?
Hi ! I bought my ticket about a mount ago . I live in Kikinda ( 100 km from Novi Sad ) . I know about 100 pupils who are going to visit the festival only from my school :) So i thing about 600-900 people are going from Kikinda . It is the biggest event during summer holiday ! So if you can please do come ! It is an unforgettable feeling ! Pleasure guaranteed :P
Anyone here went to EXIT festival in Novi Sad this year?
It was great as always! I've been to every night of EXIT festival since the first one and it just keeps getting better and better...
Hope you all enjoyed your stay in our charming little town... :)
See you all next year!!!
Znam zbog ja sam bila tamo :-)
Novi Sad is in Vojvodinja. Serbia
Novi Sad (Serbian: Нови Сад or Novi Sad; Slovak: Nový Sad; Hungarian: Újvidék; Croatian: Novi Sad; Romanian: Novi Sad; Rusin: Нови Сад; German: Neusatz (an der Donau); Latin: Neoplanta) is a city located in Serbia and Montenegro; it lies in the northern Serbian province of Vojvodina and is located at 45.25° N, 19.85° E, on the banks of the Danube river. It is the capital city of the Vojvodina province and a large industrial and cultural centre. Its name means "New Planting" (noun) in Serbian.
Novi Sad City is divided into two municipalities: Novi Sad and Petrovaradin. Between 1980 and 1989, the city was divided into seven municipalities: Stari Grad, Podunavlje, Liman, Slavija, Petrovaradin, Detelinara, and Sremski Karlovci.
The city's population was 215,659 in 2002 and 298,139 with the surrounding inhabited places of the municipalities included. An unofficial estimate of the current city's urban area population is approximately 400,000.
The urban area of Novi Sad comprises Novi Sad proper and the towns of Petrovaradin and Sremska Kamenica. The metropolitan area of Novi Sad also comprises Futog, Veternik, Bukovac and Ledinci. There are also several other settlements in the municipalities, but these settlements are not connected to the city.
Novi Sad is the second largest city in Serbia and Montenegro (after Belgrade) and the administrative centre of the South Bačka District of Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the population of the municipal area of Novi Sad (including both municipalities) is composed of: Serbs (75.50%), Hungarians (5.24%), Yugoslavs (3.17%), Slovaks (2.41%), Croats (2.09%), Montenegrins (1.68%), and others. Most of the inhabited places in the municipalities have an ethnic Serb majority, while the village of Kisač have an ethnic Slovak majority. The population of Novi Sad city (excluding municipal area) is composed of: Serbs (73.91%), Hungarians (6.03%), Yugoslavs (3.69%), Montenegrins (2.23%), Croats (1.84%), and others
When I want to apply for a Yahoo! jobs, there is allways same error, it don't want to accept my city (Novi Sad
Why don't you contact customer service and see if they can direct you to what you need to do.
Yahoo! Customer Service
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Does any one know any cheap airlines that travel from London to Novi Sad, Serbia?
Cheap airlines haven't arrived as far as Serbia yet :( There were rumours of Ryanair coming to Nis (in the South of Serbia) but it has not happened yet.
And since Novi Sad is only a domestic Airport..So there are no direct flights from London anyway.....
1)The best way to get to Novi Sad would be to get a flight to Belgrade and then catch a train or bus to Novi Sad
Currently JAT have return flights including tax from £130 return from London Heathrow.
BA have flights from £150 return including tax from London Heathrow.
And Alitalia have return flights via Italy at £123 including tax if you book before the 28th of Feb
There are cash machines and banks at Belgrade airport so that you can exchange your money.. JAT run a bus into the centre of Belgrade that stops in front the train station for 40 dinars (35p).
I would avoid taxis because they are expensive from the airport.
You could use a bus or train to Novi Sad.. But I would use a bus because as there are much more frequent than the train. There are about 100 buses a day to Novi Sad. The journey takes about 1.5 hrs and costs about £2.60 by bus and £1.80 euros by train. The bus station is next to the train station.
2) You could alternatively fly to budapest with easyjet http://www.easyjet.com/en/book/index.asp and catch a train down to Novi Sad..
This how to get to the city centre from Budapest airport http://www.bud.hu/english/transport
The trains to Novi Sad leave from Keleti at 13:25 and at 23:20. And takes just over 5.5 hrs. It costs about £18
Or there is a bus that goes daily at 14.00 'fudeks' http://www.fudeks.co.yu/content/redVoznje.htm
Should novi sad serbia have an international airport???
It's not a question whether it should but if it could obviously. Why wouldn't a city have an intnl. airport if it could? Try sending the results of your debate and your answer to the city authorities. Or better still, ask the business community in the place itself what their view is on this. They'd know better than the Y!Answers community.
What is the quickest way for me to travel from Novi Sad to Dubrovnik?
There is a seasonal flight from Belgrade to Tivat but that would mean getting a bus to Bg and then another one from Tivat to Dubrovnik - too much hussle!
You can take the train to Montengro and then the bus.
most ideal case, if you only want to go to Dubrovnik as fast as you can, is taking train or bus from Belgrade. Get from Novi Sad to Belgrade (some 80 minutes by coach), and then
if you want to take train to Montenegro, there are trains in the evening/night (departing at 22:00, 23:00, 23:15) that arrive in Podgorica in the morning hours (around 7,8,9 or so). In Podgorica, just cross the street from train to bus station, and take bus to Dubrovnik, or if there's no bus to Dubrovnik, then take one for Herceg Novi. From Herceg Novi, take bus/minibus to Dubrovnik.
In most ideal case, if you arrive really early in Podgorica (before 7), there's this bus to Herceg Novi which should be there in about 9am, and bus to Dubrovnik departs Herceg Novi at 09:30am. That's almost impossible to achieve, but in theory, could be done :) Anyway, you can allow some time in Montenegro instead of mad mad rush, as it's the same seaside after all, equaly beautiful and interesting. There are many places to be recommended there, just browse the web a bit.
Second option to Dubrovnik is by bus. There is Belgrade-Split bus (Lasta) departing belgrade at 20:30 every day except Sunday evening. Doesn't run through Bosnia nor Hercegovina, arrives in Split at 9am. From Split, it should be easy enough to take some of very frequent buses to Dubrovnik.
pricing... only rough estimations here.. Novi Sad to Belgrade is mandatory in both cases (to be correct, in any case) ;). If you have that Euro<26 id card, or ISIC one, you can even get some local overcrowded train for about 1 euro =]
Belgrade - Podgorica in 2nd class compartments (not a sleeping one, but one with 6 seats) used to be about 23 euros per person in February/March 2007. I remember there used to be some bus from Herceg Novi to Podgorica, and some guy paid about 7 euros for the ticket.. hm, something like that.
Belgrade - Split is about 3100 dinars, 82 dinars ~ 1euro, so it is about..... 38 euros?
How can I get from Croatia (probably Split) to Serbia (Novi Sad)?
You can fly from Split to Zagreb and then take a train to Belgrade. The train part of the way is around 6 hours, and the flight is around 45 minutes.
You can check the price of the tickets and the timetable on these two sites.
Hope this helps
Has anyone ever been to Serbia (particularly Novi Sad)? What's it like? What are prices like in Serbia?
Novi Sad is best known for the Exit Music Festival - http://eng.exitfest.org and for the Petrovaradin fortress, often called as the Gibraltar on the Danube - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petrovaradin_Fortress