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 (ō-brĕn′ə-vĭch′), Alexander
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Ferguson tried to steal the ball blindside and seemed to be caught by Davit Maisashvili but Slovenian ref Rade Obrenovic waved away his penalty appeals.
Ivana Kavecan (1,2), Milan Obrenovic (2), Boris Privrodski (2), Djerdji Erdes Kavecan (3), Zoran Golusin (1,4)
1839 Milos Obrenovic, the king of Serbia, abdicates and is succeeded by his son Milan.
Ivana KAVECAN (1,2), Jadranka JOVANOVIC (1,2), Boris PRIVRODSKI (2), Milan OBRENOVIC (2) and Tatjana REDZEK MUDRINIC (1,2)
The best thing to happen in Serbian theatre life since Prince Mihailo Obrenovic built Belgrade's National Theatre in 1868 was Mrs Zepter's gift to her country ...".
Obrenovic, "Damage of tubule cells in diabetic nephropathy type 2: urinary N-acetyl-[beta]-D-glucosaminidasis and y-glutamil-transferasis," Vojnosanitetski Pregled, vol.
Obrenovic et al., "Cerebrospinal fluid and serum uric acid levels in patients with multiple sclerosis," Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine, vol.
Obrenovic et al., "Calcitonin gene-related peptide levels in saliva of patients with burning mouth syndrome," Journal of Oral Pathology & Medicine, vol.
His topics include K[sz]llay goes to Belgrade, the Obrenovic assassination, the Karadordevic prosecution 1868-70, the Bosnian question 1868-70, managing the South Slavs, the effect of the Franco-Prussian War, the Bosnian question revisited 1870-71, the Karadordevic fiasco 1870-71, Serbia's swing toward Russia 1870-71, a problematical relationship 1871-78, and the imposition of satellite status 1878-81.
In 1900 King Alexandar Obrenovic of Serbia invited the contempt and hatred of his countrymen, and especially of the political and military elite, by marrying a woman with whom every man of worthy manliness had slept.
DOHA THE exhibition of former Doha resident Edward Obrenovic Fraser aka Edgy held on Qatar's famous sand dunes was recently recognised by Ripley's 'Believe It or Not!' The expo billed the 'hottest art exhibition in the world' was organised by the Australian artist in August 2011 for two consecutive days in temperatures of over 122 degrees Fahrenheit.