Synonyms for cherkas or Related words with cherkas

skaya              vasilaki              lvova              kovaleva              tsvetkova              kosach              volynskaya              russko              alekhin              markovsky              yuryev              rakita              shmakov              osinsky              trifonova              kaczor              przybysz              radziewicz              romanovskaya              shurika              zharko              velichko              barabash              khmel              bokov              dieva              yakovlevna              evtushenko              vlasova              slavcheva              rudneva              stancheva              sinyov              vladimirova              stoyanka              petrovskaya              yaneva              dragunsky              kashina              kostiuk              lapina              raminta              mikula              pylypovych              alekseyenko              chkhikvadze              gurova              akulova              beridze              russkikh             

Examples of "cherkas"
Saskatchewan Roughriders Ron Cherkas DT University of Utah
In 2016, Cherkas was invited to present at Madrid Fusion Manila.
In 2006, Cherkas moved to Malaysia, where he helmed restaurant “Lafite” in Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.
After two years being a pioneer in Molecular gastronomy in Kuala Lumpur, Cherkas was appointed as Chef de Cuisine of “Blu’, the fine dining restaurant of Shangri-La Hotel Singapore. In 2011, Cherkas was invited to present at Madrid Fusion. He was also asked to be a keynote speaker at Food Hospitality Asia (2012) and World Gourmet Summit in 2010 and 2012.
Kevin Cherkas (born January 15, 1978 in Vancouver) is a Canadian chef and owner of "Cuca" Restaurant in Bali, Indonesia.
The Chernobyl dynasty includes the rebbes of Chernobyl, Cherkas, Turisk, Talne, Korestchov, Makarov, Skver, Rachmastrivka, Malyn, Hornosteipl, Machnovka, Ozarnetz, and several others.
Cherkas graduated with a Degree in Culinary Arts from Vancouver Community College in 1999 and in 2001 obtained his Red Seal Chef certification.
The Silent Invasion was a black and white comic book that was published by Renegade Press between 1986 and 1988. It was written by Larry Hancock and drawn by Michael Cherkas.
Cherkas started his professional career as an apprentice in Metropolitan Hotel in Vancouver, Canada. After 3 years he moved to New York City to work at the “Daniel” by Chef Daniel Boulud. In 2003, Cherkas moved to Spain and worked as a cook-trainee in Michelin 3 star “Arzak” in San Sebastián, La Broche, 2 Michelin Stars in Madrid, Spain and elBulli in Roses, Spain.
On February 3, it was announced that her husband's press secretary, journalist Aleksandr Otroschenkov, had been sentenced to a four-year prison term for participating in the protest rally. The judgement was handed down by Judge Tatiana Cherkas under article 293 of the Criminal code, despite the fact that Otroschenkov had been involved in the protest solely as a professional journalist.
In May 2012, Mayor John Button announced that though he was not selected to run as a Republican, he would be seeking reelection as part of an Independent slate of candidates that included developer Randy Cherkas and businesswoman Elaine Goralski. However, their team withdrew from the race in early September, putting the election back to a two-slate race.
The trial lasted from March 1 to March 2. It was in the court for the Frunzenski district of Minsk. The judge was Cherkas Tatsiana Stanislavauna and the prosecutor was Tatsiana Maladtsova. Atroshchankau's trial was held at the same time as Aliaksandr Malchanau and Dzmitry Novik.
5. Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak (1822–1876) was a Rebbe in Ovruch. He founded the Avrutch branch of Chabad. He was compelled to assume this position by his father-in-law, Rabbi Yaakov Yisroel of Cherkas (son of Rabbi Mordechai of Chernobyl and son-in-law of the Mitteler Rebbe) against his father’s wishes. He was the maternal grandfather and namesake of Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn, the sixth Rebbe of Chabad-Lubavitch.