Synonyms for dmytrenko or Related words with dmytrenko

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Examples of "dmytrenko"
"First Prize Ensemble:" Anna Dmytrenko and Jung Eun Kim
Dmytrenko settled in Detroit and examples of his work can be found there. Along with his other works Dmytrenko was responsible for the interior design of the St. George Ukrainian Catholic Church in New York between 1977 and 1989
Dmytrenko formerly coached Oleksii Bychenko. He is an International Technical Specialist.
Oksana Dmytrenko was born on 29 October 1988 in Ukraine. Dmytrenko's father left the family when she was five years old, leaving her mother, Inna, to raise Oksana as a single parent. The family lived in the city of Kharkiv where Inna sold clothing. At age six, Inna enrolled Dmytrenko in dance lessons. Dmytrenko has one younger brother, who was born in Ukraine after Oksana moved to the United States.
Mychajlo Dmytrenko (1908–March 8, 1997) was a Ukrainian-American painter of world recognition.
Oleksa Nehrebets'kyi (original name - Leonid Dmytrenko ; born 30 October 1955, Husakove village, Cherkasy region) is a dubbing director, editor and Ukrainian translator who works mainly with feature films.
Vladyslav Dmytrenko (; born 24 May 2000 in Volyn Oblast, Ukraine) is a professional Ukrainian football striker who currently plays for the Ukrainian Premier League club Volyn Lutsk.
Mandyk Khasman (born in 1929 as Mandel Khasman, also 'Volodymyr Dmytrenko') is a former soldier in the Ukrainian Insurgent Army ("UPA"), and an ethnic Jew.
Khrystyna Dmytrenko (; born 31 May 1999) is a Ukrainian biathlete. Her elder sister Valeria is also a biathlete. Her hobbys are singing and reading books.
Dmytrenko married fellow dancer and "So You Think You Can Dance" alum Jonathan Platero in 2014. The wedding was featured on "David Tutera: CELEBrations".
Hrihoriy Mykolayovych Dmytrenko (, born July 1, 1945) is a Ukrainian former rower who competed for the Soviet Union in the 1980 Summer Olympics and for Ukraine in the 1992 Summer Olympics.
Ruslan Hryhorovych Dmytrenko (; born 22 March 1986 in Kiev Oblast) is a Ukrainian racewalker. He competed in the 20 km walk at the 2012 Summer Olympics, where he placed 30th.
Oksana (Dmytrenko) Platero () is a Ukrainian ballroom and Latin dancer. She spent five seasons as a member of the Troupe on Dancing with the Stars in the United States. She joined Great Britain's "Strictly Come Dancing" as a professional dancer in series 14.
Viktor Petrenko won the 1992 Olympic title representing the Unified Team. Oksana Baiul won the 1993 World Championships and 1994 Olympics competing for Ukraine. Dmytro Dmytrenko won gold at the 1993 European Championships and Viacheslav Zagorodniuk took bronze at the 1994 World Championships.
Witney Carson, also a contestant from season nine of "So You Think You Can Dance", and Julian Tocker joined Oksana Dmytrenko, Henry Byalikov, Emma Slater, and Sasha Farber as the fifth and sixth members of the Dance Troupe. Two weeks following the cast announcement, Sean Lowe as revealed on "GMA" as the 12th contestant this season partnering with Peta Murgatroyd.
Dmytro Dmytrenko (, also Dmitri Dmitrenko from ; born 25 July 1973) is a Ukrainian former competitive figure skater. While representing the Soviet Union, he won the 1992 World Junior title. For Ukraine, he won the 1993 European title and 2000 European bronze medal. He competed at the 1998 and 2002 Winter Olympics.
Dmytrenko is a product of the FC Volyn Sportive youth school system. He made his debut for FC Volyn Lutsk played as a substituted player in the game against FC Shakhtar Donetsk on 24 September 2016 in the Ukrainian Premier League.
In 2009 Tempus Sport entered cars in the British Formula Renault Championship, which is part of the TOCA tour. This side of operations were overseen by former champion Neil Riddiford. Two cars were entered for Ukrainian Max Dmytrenko and Croatian Sasha Radola.
All of the previously competing professional dancers returned for season 17 with the exception of Gleb Savchenko, Lindsay Arnold, and Kym Johnson (who took the season off to be a judge in season 13 of the Australian version). They were replaced by Tyne Stecklein, Emma Slater, and Sasha Farber. However, Savchenko and Arnold joined Henry Byalikov and Witney Carson in the Dance Troupe replacing Julian Tocker and Oksana Dmytrenko, therefore reducing the troupe to four professional dancers.
Khasman was born in Drohobych, Galicia (now in western Ukraine). His parents were shot by the Einsatzkommandos in 1942 during the liquidation of the Drohobych ghetto. 12-year old Khasman escaped with a younger brother and a cousin, and hid in the woods; eventually finding refuge with a peasant family. He was baptized into the Ukrainian Catholic faith and given false documents under the Ukrainian name of "Volodymyr Dmytrenko".