Synonyms for ildiko or Related words with ildiko

ibolya              szilvia              bernadett              nadezda              csilla              nikolett              penka              marzena              martyna              bozena              stoyanova              dorottya              luminita              malgorzata              gizella              adrienn              grazyna              zsofia              orsolya              dagmara              elzbieta              sorina              kveta              mojca              marjana              balazova              bogna              anete              miskolczi              magdolna              dobrinka              mincheva              dobrowolska              fruzsina              tabakova              inese              dimova              lewandowska              erzsebet              medgyesi              malwina              nikolova              bianka              angelova              ionela              urbanik              kucerova              zsombor              stefanova              domonkos             

Examples of "ildiko"
Round 2 - Ildiko Mincza (Hungary) def. Arlene Stevens (US) 11-8
Ildiko Hegyi, played by Jeno Jando. Nos 7 and 10 have Denes Varjon as
Calcarovula ildiko is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Ovulidae, the ovulids, cowry allies or false cowries.
Molnar was married with Ildiko and has one son, Eric. He died at the age of 89 on Tuesday 20 July 2010.
Flesch was awarded the International Master (IM) title in 1963 and the Honorary Grandmaster (GM) title in 1980. He died in an automobile accident with his wife Ildiko Tenyei in Whitstable, England, in 1983.
Stevens competed in the Olympics at Sydney, Australia, surviving the first round before being defeated by Ildiko Mincza of Hungary. Stevens was the youngest in the world to qualify for an Olympic fencing team.
Noëmi Ildiko Lung (born May 16, 1968) is a retired butterfly and medley swimmer from Romania, who won two individual medley medals at the 1988 Olympics. A year before she collected a record five gold medals at the 1987 Summer Universiade in Zagreb.
Some scholars argue that the character of Kriemhild may have been partly inspired by certain historical figures, including Brunhilda of Austrasia, wife to the Frankish King Sigebert I; Ildiko (or Hildico), last wife to Attila the Hun; and Fredegund, wife to the Frankish king Chilperic I.
Since the mid-1970s Allens has built a substantial collection of Australian contemporary art, including works by Rosalie Gascoigne, David Aspden, Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Dale Frank and Ildiko Kovaks. These works were purchased early in the artists' careers. The firm's strategy is to continue to support emerging artists. There are over 1,500 works in its offices across Australia and Asia.
Ildiko Tabori PhD, is an American psychologist practicing in Los Angeles, California. She is best known as the Psychologist-in-Residence at the Laugh Factory comedy club in Hollywood, California. Tabori is the daughter of Hungarian Olympian and 4 minute miler, Laszlo Tabori, and Kata Preszburger Tabori.
Mariska Setiawan (born on Surabaya, Indonesia, December 6, 1990) is an Indonesian soprano. She is now recent stay at Surabaya. She has participated in masterclasses in Indonesia and abroad, working with Stella Zhou, Professor Renate Faltin, and Ildiko Raimondi from Hochschule für Music Hanns Eisler (Berlin) and the Mozarteum (Salzburg).
Miloșovici was born in a family with Serbian roots. Her mother, Ildiko, was a competitive volleyball player, while her father, Tănase, was a national team wrestler. She began gymnastics at the age of 6 and moved to the Deva National Training Centre as she excelled in the sport.
The brothers discovered basketball at school and were soon playing for Szeged Postas club in the first division. Laszlo then joined the Army teams Szeged Honved and Budapesti Honvéd and was selected to play for the Olympic team in Helsinki at the age of 17. Janos, and their younger brothers Zsolt and Szabolcs and their sister Ildiko, would also represent Hungary in sports.
The live show has been the stage of many unusual events. One of them was the live "trial" of an alleged spiritual medium, called "Mrs. Ildiko". She claimed to possess paranormal abilities when covering her head in a bulky bunch of towels. To prove her capabilities, Diaconescu wrote several times some words on a piece of paper apparently without her seeing or knowing them, and asked her to reproduce them using her medium powers, each time with alleged success. As Mrs. Ildiko was using her "paranormal abilities" to find out the secret words, horror music was being played in the background and lights in the studio were rapidly being switched on and off by the show crew, for effect. Ildiko's appearances on the show have been mocked many times on satire shows of concurrent TV channels.
He has worked with numerous distinguished conductors such as Zubin Mehta, Claudio Abbado, Yehudi Menuhin, Oskar Danon and many others. Joint cooperation as orchestral solo trumpet player with Jose Carreras, Ruggero Raimondi, Cecilia Gasdia, Ildiko Komlosi and many other. Since 1992 he works as a Professor of trumpet playing and conductor in Germany where he achieved significant success and recognition in this field. As a conductor in Blasorkester Dabringhausen he won twice the first prize at the national level in Germany.
As a director of opera, Káel has worked with such artists as José Cura, Leo Nucci, Éva Marton, Ruggerio Raimondi, Renato Bruson, Erika Miklósa, Andrea Rost, Roberto Scandiuzzi, Joseph Calleja, Giuseppe Sabbatini, Ildiko Komlósi, Michaela Kaune, Elena Mosuc, Roberto Saccà, Marcello Giordani, Kurt Rydl, Ramón Vargas, Yevgeny Nesterenko, Pier Giorgio Morandi, Deborah Voigt, Christoph Eschenbach, Ferruccio Furlanetto. He has staged several pre-classical operas in productions by the Purcell Chorus and Orfeo Orchestra conducted by György Vashegyi, including Monteverdi's L’Orfeo, the inaugural performance at Müpa Budapest's Festival Theatre.
Mother is Ildiko (secretary); father is Sandor (gymnastics trainer); has one older brother (Peter). Introduced to tennis at age 6 by Antal and Eva Elekes in Budapest. All-court player; favorite surface is hard, favorite shot is forehand. Best memories include warming up her serve with Steffi Graf in 1996 Roland Garros juniors and winning her first ITF event. Admires Graf because she knows everything about tennis and was so good mentally. Favorite actors are Michelle Pfeiffer, Demi Moore; favorite singers are Céline Dion, Eric Clapton.
In 2012, he had his debut at the Palacio de Bellas Artes (State Opera in Mexico) beside the mezzo-soprano, Encarnación Vazquez, a project with the Austrian Culture Forum in Mexico. He also sang in recitals at the Concert Hall of the National Museum of Art, Teatro Armando Manzanero. He performed the role of Alfred in the operetta "Die Fledermaus" at the Teatro Peón Contreras with the Synfonic Orchestra of Yucatán. His debut at the Brahms-Saal of the Wiener Musikverein was singing with the soprano, Ildiko Raimondi.
She competed in a number of Women's World Chess Championship Zonal Tournaments and two Interzonals. She scored 8.5/13 and finished equal third, with Pia Cramling and Nana Ioseliani, in the Interzonal in Havana 1985, but Cramling won the play-off matches and qualified into the Candidates Tournament ahead of her. She scored 7/13 and finished equal 13th in the Interzonal in Subotica 1991. She finished second, behind Ildiko Madl, in the Zonal tournament in Hajdúszoboszló 1991, finished equal third in Timișoara 1993, and competed in Nadole 1995.
Director Roland Joffé said "There Be Dragons" is "a story about people trying to find meaning about their lives." The epic film tells the story of a Spanish journalist, Robert, who is mending relations with his dying father, Manolo, who took part in the Spanish Civil War. The journalist discovers through his investigations that his father was a close childhood friend of Josemaría Escrivá, a candidate for sainthood, with whom he had a complicated relationship. Manolo became a soldier during the Spanish Civil War and became obsessed with a beautiful Hungarian revolutionary, Ildiko. She rejects him and gives herself to a brave militia leader Oriol. Manolo becomes jealous and takes a path of betrayal.