Synonyms for natasa or Related words with natasa

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Examples of "natasa"
Natasa Theodoridou is the first album by popular Greek artist Natasa Theodoridou released in June 1997. The album went platinum.
Tosi Agapi Pos Na Hathi is an album by popular Greek artist Natasa Theodoridou released in 2002. The album went platinum and is believed to be the best album of Natasa Theodoridou so far, as it hit the charts for more than 6 months, including the largest number of singles by Natasa Theodoridou, that have been released so far.
Natasa is an album by popular Greek artist Natasa Theodoridou. It was released on November 27, 2007 by Sony BMG Greece. All the lyrics in the album by Ilias Filippou and all the music by Kyriakos Papadopoulos
Natasa has a son named Markus and currently lives in Moscow.
He has been married twice and has four children (Natasa, Aleksandar, Jovan, Kristina).
Ip'Efthini Mou is an album by popular Greek artist Natasa Theodoridou. It was released in 2001 and it went platinum.
Hungary's medal haul included victories in all nine women's finals, Natasa Janics and Katalin Kovács winning six titles each.
Defteri Agapi (Second love) is an album by popular Greek artist Natasa Theodoridou, released in 1998 by Sony Music Greece. It is one of Natasa's best selling albums. It went platinum, over-passing the number of 80,000 sales. In the album's liner there are notes from Natasa Theodoridou and Yannis Doulamis.
Mia Diadromi (A way) is an album by popular Greek artist Natasa Theodoridou, released in 2003 by Sony Music Greece. The album went gold. It is the first live album by Natasa Theodoridou and it includes recordings from her sold-out live appearances in "Fos" music hall in Athens. This album was followed by a DVD release including the whole concert.
The undoubted stars of the Zagreb event were Natasa Janics and Katalin Kovács of Hungary who completed an unprecedented clean sweep of all three women's K-2 events.
"Ola Na Ta Ziso Ap'Tin Arhi" is a platinum CD single by popular Greek artist Natasa Theodoridou released in October 2002 by Sony Music Greece.
Studujeme za školou is a 1939 Czechoslovak comedy film, directed by Miroslav Cikán. It stars Svatopluk Benes, Frantisek Filipovský, Natasa Gollová
Come Back to Me (German:Komm zu mir zurück) is a 1944 German film directed by Heinz Paul and starring Charlott Daudert, Natasa Gollová and Margarete Haagen.
In her book "Conscious Parenting: Mindful Living Course for Parents", Natasa Nuit Pantovic describes the negative social aspects of modern technologies that discourage any other play or activity.
Finally Alone (Konecne sami) is a 1940 Czechoslovak comedy film, directed by Miroslav Cikán. It stars Rùzena Nasková, Natasa Gollová, Miroslav Homola.
Apenanti (Greek: "Απέναντι"; ) is the twelfth studio album by popular Greek artist Natasa Theodoridou, released on 12 March 2012 by Sony Music Greece.
Hospices of Hope supports Belhospice which was established in 2004 by Dr. Natasa Milicevic. In 2006 the "Prue Dufour" medical educational centre was established.
Among others, the Best Documentary Film Award has gone to "Paradiso" by Italian Alessandro Negrini, working in Northern Ireland (2011), "Big Sister Punam" by Serbian Lucian and Natasa Muntean (2010), "A Beautiful Tragedy" by Norway-based David Kinsella of the UK (2009), which also took the 14-Plus Award for the second best youth film, and "Journey of a Red Fridge" by Lucian Muntean and Natasa Stankovic of Serbia (2008).
In the women's events the two nations shared all world titles. Since Natasa Janics left the legendary pair with Katalin Kovács all K-2 races were ruled by the German paddlers. However, Katalin Kovács managed to win K-1 1000 m and 500 m, and gained two silvers in the K-4 events, while former partner Natasa Janics won the individual over 200 m. Hungarian team won the K-4 on 1000 m, and Germans the 500 m and 200 m.
Erota, Den Ksereis N'Agapas (Greek: "Έρωτα, Δεν Ξέρεις Ν' Αγαπάς"; English: "Love, you don't know how to love") is an album by popular Greek artist Natasa Theodoridou. It was released in 2004 and it went platinum.