Synonyms for kremen or Related words with kremen

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Examples of "kremen"
Anett Kontaveit and Ilona Kremen were the defending champions, but Kontaveit chose to participate at the 2015 Lale Cup instead whilst Kremen chose not to participate.
Kremen won the Belarus National Open Championships in 2011.
1998 # Kremen School of Education and Development, Fresno, California
The sex.com rights case was brought after entrepreneur Gary Kremen lost control of the domain to Stephen M. Cohen. The case took six years, with a $65 million judgment awarded to Kremen in 2001. Carreon later brought a suit against Kremen over compensation for the case. In 2008, Carreon self-published his account of events as "The Sex.com Chronicles" through his own imprint.
Kremen first registered the domain name "sex.com" in 1994 as well as jobs.com, housing.com, and autos.com. In 1996, Stephen M. Cohen contacted Network Solutions and fraudulently had the domain transferred to his name. Kremen sued Cohen for the return of the sex.com domain name. As Cohen had profited from sex.com while assigned to him, Kremen was awarded a judgment of $65 million against Cohen. Cohen fled to Mexico and moved the money offshore. Kremen obtained Cohen's Rancho Santa Fe mansion, to which he relocated after the court case resolved. In 2003, Kremen successfully litigated against Network Solutions. On October 28, 2005, the "Los Angeles Times" reported Cohen had been arrested in Mexico and turned over to US authorities. Kremen sold sex.com in 2006 to Boston-based Escom LLC for $15 million in cash and stock, and sold sex.net for $454,500 later that year.
Kremen launched the software firm Los Altos Technology and headed the company until late 1992.
Kremen settled his lawsuit against Network Solutions for an undisclosed amount.
Ilona Eduardovna Kremen (; born 18 January 1994 in Minsk) is a Belarusian tennis player.
Kremen is a village in Kirkovo Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.
Claire Kremen (born 1961) is an American biologist, and professor of conservation biology at University of California, Berkeley.
"The Black Mountain Connection: John Cage, Merce Cunningham, Irwin Kremen, M.C. Richards", The Tampa Museum of Art, 1992.
Kremen is credited as a primary inventor on a 1995-filed patent for dynamic web pages, US patent number 5,706,434, which he later sold for over $1,250,000. Additionally, Kremen holds two other patents in financial-related systems management: US patent number 7,698,219 and US patent number 7,890,436
The company was founded in 2006 by Match.com founder and serial entrepreneur Gary Kremen, and for the first five years sold CPF Tools to solar installers and originators.
Anett Kontaveit and Ilona Kremen won the tournament, defeating Shelby Rogers and Olivia Rogowska in the final, 6–1, 5–7, [10–5].
Anna Pavlova appears as a character in the fourth episode of the British series "Mr Selfridge", played by real-life ballerina Natalia Kremen.
There are additional peaks that extend from Plješevica, notably Kremen at 1591 meters in the south and Mrsin at 1,269 meters in the north.
In 1999, Kremen was listed as an equity-holding officer or director of Brightcube, Inc. The same year, he sold Computer.com for $500,000.
A 2007 "New York Times" article on "millionaires who don't feel rich" reported that Kremen estimated his net worth at $10 million.
On 4 February 2014, Shymanovich made her debut for the Belarus Fed Cup team, winning her first international rubber with Ilona Kremen in doubles against Turkey.
In 2010, he starred in the TV crime drama, "Kremen" ("Flint"), in which he acts as "Andrey Shamanov", a GRU major who attempts to fight terrorists.