Mihailovic


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Mi•hai•lo•vić

or Mi•haj•lo•vić

(mɪˈhaɪ lə vɪtʃ)

n.
Dra•ža (ˈdrɑ ʒə) 1893–1946, Yugoslav military leader.
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Montreal tied the game at 2-2 in the 76th minute, but the Fire won on Bastian Schweinsteiger's header off a Djordje Mihailovic corner kick in the 88th minute.
The Party of Democratic Action (SDA) announced today that the unveiling of the monument to war criminal DraA3/4a Mihailovic in Bileca is an anti-civilization act aimed at continuing the spread of national and religious hatred in the entity of RS.
It is important because the newest concept of marketing has been increasingly seen as managing a profitable relationship with customers who are visitors in rural tourism marketing and who are the basic setting for success (MIHAILOVIC & MORIC, 2012).
The LAD values, its vertical distribution in 10 different heights and root depth for plants were calculated by Lalic, Mihailovic (2004); Schenk, Jackson (2002), respectively.
Savicevic and Stojkovic played for AC Milan, while Prosinecki and Predrag Mijatovic wore the colours of Real Madrid, and Sinisa Mihailovic and Vladimir Jugovic were teammates at Sampdoria in Italy's Serie A.
The president of the Serbian Cooperative Union, Nikola Mihailovic, is adamant that cooperatives will play a central role in galvanising and strengthening Serbias agriculture industry.
Mirjana Mihailovic, (1) Jelena Arambasic Jovanovic, (1) Aleksandra Uskokovic, (1) Nevena Grdovic, (1) Svetlana Dinic, (1) Senka Vidovic, (2) Goran Poznanovic, (1) Ibrahim Mujic, (3) and Melita Vidakovic (1)
THIS NOTE CONCERNS the "Document: Draza Mihailovic: A Personal Portrait by Konstantin A.
Before 12 months was up Kooheji had made his professional debut in India's Super Fight League and made history after earning his first victory at an international MMA competition over Mihail Mihailovic.
In late 1942, realizing their importance in tying down many divisions of Axis troops in Yugoslavia, the Americans and British began supplying the Yugoslav Partisans, led by Josip Broz Tito, and Chetniks, led by Draza Mihailovic, with weapons, supplies and trainers.