Synonyms for julija or Related words with julija

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Examples of "julija"
Performed by: Gidon Kremer, Julija Korpaceva, Kremerata Baltica
Her third daughter, Rasa Julija, was born August 1954 in Boston
Between 1830 and 1835, Prešeren composed his esthetically most accomplished poems, which were inspired by the setbacks in his personal life, especially by the unhappy love for Julija Primic. Prešeren followed Čop's advice and transformed Julija into a poetic figure, reminiscent of Dante's Beatrice and Petrarch's Laura.
Julija Portjanko, (Macedonian: Јулија Портјанко) also Julija Nikolić (Јулија Николиќ) (born 20 April 1983) is a Macedonian handball player. She plays for the club ŽRK Vardar and for the Macedonia women's national handball team. She played on the Macedonian team at the 2008 European Women's Handball Championship, where Macedonia finished 7th, and Portjanko was among the top-ten goalscorers at the championship.
Kalember was born in Sarajevo to 2nd lieut. Jovan, an army pilot, and Julija (1899–1999). His mother's uncle was Dušan Simović, 18th Prime Minister of Yugoslavia.
Tsitsipas is the son of a Greek father and a Russian mother - former pro tennis player "Julija Apostoli", his grandfather - soviet football player and manager Sergei Salnikov.
The poem was recognized as a masterpiece by Matija Čop, but it did not gain much recognition beyond the small circle around the "Kranjska čbelica" magazine. Moreover, Julija was unimpressed. Understandably, Prešeren moved to more bitter verses.
Yuliya Ratkevich (; Łacinka: Julija Mikałajeŭna Ratkievič; born 16 July 1985) is an Azerbaijani female wrestler. She is the 2012 Olympic bronze medalist in women's freestyle 55 kg. Early in her career, she competed for Belarus.
He is also known as a composer for the famous Macedonian singer Maja Odžaklievska, with songs such as: "Julija," "Te ljubam ludo," "Niki," "Lidu lidu du," "Šila" and "Prosti mi."
Julija Néje from the media company Bored Panda explained how the Monokini 2.0 swimwears "help eliminate the discomfort breast cancer survivors face when they go to the beach and show us their bravery, hope and determination."
On 1 May, Justs released the official music video for "Heartbeat", which was directed by Andzej Gavriss and produced by Julija Fricsone from Imagine Picture Video Production with support from the Riga Tourism Development Bureau LiveRiga.
But, he went on in the next sonnets, there was still hope for the renewal of Slovenian poetry and thus for the coming of an Orpheus that would unify all the nation with his gentle singing: Julija only had to "send rays from her eyes for their glory to renew". Prešeren's message was clear: if Julija accepted his advances, she would become the muse inspiring solemn poems which would bring a new high culture to the Slovenes and thus make them a nation again.
Pessler was born in noble family in Gorizia in 1590. His father was Andrej and his mother was Julija de Bertis. Pessler's uncle was Ursin de Bertis, archbishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Trieste. Pessler matriculated on 6 June 1603 at the University of Graz, run by the Jesuits.
Lithuania chose its entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2008 through a more downsized selection procedure rather than the long, drawn out processes from previous years. 34 songs were divided into three semifinals that took place on the three Saturdays before the final on 2 February 2008. Aistė Pilvelytė and Julija Ritčik & Girma were given the two wildcards granting direct qualification into the final.
She won her first Olympic medals in 1998, and won her first gold medal in the 2002 Winter Olympics, coming from behind to beat the favourites Olga Danilova and Julija Tchepalova in the last kilometers of the 10 km classical event. She also won a bronze medal in 30 km classical as well as a silver medal in the relay.
Yuliya Piatrouna Khitraya (; Łacinka: Julija Piatroŭna Chitraja; born 11 September 1989 in Baranovichi) is a Belarusian swimmer, who specialized in sprint freestyle events. She won a bronze medal, as a member of the Belarusian swimming team, in the women's 4×50 m freestyle at the 2012 European Short Course Swimming Championships in Chartres, France.
Felicia Atkinson & Bartolome Sanson, Nick Bastis, David Bernstein, Alberto García del Castillo, Lucas Dillon, Aurimas Gaižauskas, Allison Gibbs, Daniel J. Glendening, Linas Lapinskas, Julija Matulytė, Maya Mikelsone, Aapo Nikkanen, Søren Rosenbak, Sebastian Rozenberg, Carl Palm, Chloe Cooper, Natalia Valencia, Tamar Latzman, Ania Molenda, Mariona Moncunill, Jurgis Paškevičius
Moten was born a free woman in Fauquier County, Virginia. Her mother, Julija (Withers) Moten, and her father, Benjamin Moten, were free African Americans. Her family moved to Washington D.C. in part to help further her education at tuition and public schools open to African Americans in Washington. Washington's public schools remained segregated until 1954.
Žemaitė (literally "female Samogitian") – a pen name of Julija Beniuševičiūtė-Žymantienė; in Bukantė near Plungė – 7 December 1921 in Marijampolė) was a Lithuanian/Samogitian writer. Born to impoverished gentry, she became one of the major participants in the Lithuanian National Revival. She wrote about peasant life in the style best described as realism.
Waldemar Maximilian Nestor was born in Groß Strehlitz to Anton and Julija (née Hepner) Nestor. His family moved near Banja Luka in Austria-Hungary when his father got a job there as a state forester. Therefore, he continued education at the Trappist Mariastern Abbey.