Synonyms for nikoletta or Related words with nikoletta
Examples of "nikoletta"
Szőke is a Hungarian jazz singer, born 8 May 1983 in Zalaegerszeg, Hungary. She moved to the capital of Budapest at age four and began her studies there.
, whose father is a professional dulcimer player, showed musical talent at early age, attending musical kindergarten, but then broke off her music career for fourteen years.
Prior to her participation in Miss Polonia, Mancewicz was the official representative of her country to the 2005 "Miss Tourism Queen International" pageant held in Hangzhou, where she placed third runner-up to eventual winner,
Ralli of Greece.
Lakos (born December 14, 1978 in Budapest, Hungary) is a Hungarian chess woman grandmaster. She is a three-time Hungarian Chess Championship winner, having taken the title in 1997, 2002 and 2005.
In 11th live two couples not danced, Theocharis Ioannidis due to professional obligations and Christos Spanos because of an accident he had. Αlso in 11th live could not dance again the
Karra's partner and replaced him by Alexandros Papadopoulos.
Szőke is a Hungarian jazz vocalist who has won international acclaim as winner of the 2005 Shure Montreux Jazz Voice Competition. Since then, she has been pursuing an increasingly successful performing career.
Nagy (born October 26, 1994) is a Hungarian model and beauty pageant titleholder who was crowned Miss Universe Hungary 2015 and represented Hungary in the Miss Universe 2015 and pageant.
Night Train is a 1999 film directed by Les Bernstien and starring John Voldstad, Barry Cutler,
Skarlatos, Pedro Aldana, Donna Pieroni and Dan Shor. "Night Train" was filmed almost entirely in the border city of Tijuana, Mexico.
Brousko () is a Greek television soap opera. Created by Vana Dimitriou, who has created successful series such as "Erotas", combines elements of drama, mystery, adventure and occasionally comedy. The series stars Apostolis Totsikas, Andreas Georgiou, Eleni Vaitsou, Evelina Papoulia, Varvara Larmou ,
Papazafeiropoulou - Galanopoulou and George Zenios.
In 2010, It was reported that Angle was engaged to actress Giovanna Yannotti. They had their first child together (and third overall for Angle), a daughter named Giuliana Marie Angle, on January 22, 2011. Angle and Yannotti were married on July 20, 2012. They had their second child together, a daughter named Sophia Laine Angle on December 31, 2012. Their third child together, a daughter named
Sky Angle, was born on November 5, 2016.
In the UK and Germany, the male form Nicola has been used as a female name, which originally came from incorrectly presuming the name's vowel ending "a" was the female form, as has also occurred with the male given name Andrea. The female form of Nicola in Italian is Nicoletta. Other forms of the female name in other languages include Nicole or Nicolette in French, "Nikolett" or "
" in Hungarian.
According to the NECA packaging for the Female Cenobite action figure, she was once a decadent nun named Sister
, and while this does not specifically occur in the "Hellraiser" films, Barbie Wilde did write an origin story for the character in the "Hellbound Hearts" short story collection. The NECA history was the idea of Gary J. Tunnicliffe, responsible for make-up effects in the later films, and not the creators of the character.
Once the song's teaser was released, the song received mostly positive reviews.
Stamati of "Mikrofwno" described it as a "dance-y", "positive" and "very addictive" song and predicted that it would rise to the top of the charts. Similarly, Giannos Litras of "music.net.cy" said that the song is "dance-y, full with optimism and positive energy". Dimitris Tzouvaras from "Hit Channel" said that the song has the "characteristic imprint from Michalis Kouinelis in both the music and the lyrics".
1990 – Fond du Lac, USA – (14 – 22 July) – Wisconsin's Marian College hosted the 5th World Youth Festival, which attracted 170 players from 44 nations. With federation officials and parental entourages, this number swelled to more than 300. It was the first time that the USA had hosted a chess event of this size and importance and the accommodation and conditions received high praise from the competitors. Judit Polgár celebrated victory on her fourteenth birthday (23 July), by taking the gold medal in the Boys U-14 event. This was the second occasion on which she had successfully competed in the Boys category. Her father, Laszlo Polgar, pointed out that Judit's last three 'world' competitions, including the Thessaloniki Olympiad, had resulted in a score of +26 =9 -0. Vasily Emelin of the USSR and Gabriel Schwartzman of Romania finished in silver and bronze medal places. Russia's Diana Darchia won the corresponding Girls' U-14 event from the USSR's Inna Gaponenko and Hungarian Monika Grabics. In the Boys U-12, Boris Avrukh outdistanced second placed John Viloria and third placed Peter Leko. Corina Peptan was triumphant in the Girls U-12, ahead of Monika Bobrowska and
Lakos. In the Boys U-10, Nawrose Nur won by a good margin from the Romanian Alin Berescu and Adrien Leroy of France. Ecuador's Evelyn Moncayo took gold in the Girls U-10, while Claudia Bilciu of Romania and Jovanka Houska of England took silver and bronze, respectively. "New In Chess" Best Game awards were chaired by Arnold Denker and won by Judit Polgár, Yvonne Krawiec, Tal Shaked, Corina Peptan, Francisco Vallejo Pons and Claudia Bilciu. Polgar made it a clean sweep by winning an Under-14 Blitz tournament from Vasily Emelin and Ronan Har-Zvi of Israel.
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