Synonyms for nju or Related words with nju

jedno              svoje              tobom              uvijek              gdje              zaboravi              nikad              treba              njega              nemam              svaki              gdy              djevojko              volja              tvoj              uvek              pjesma              jednu              dojde              tiho              vojne              jemi              shto              deset              tvog              jej              bylo              tvoja              voli              tvojim              dashuria              pesna              idemo              svoj              vagy              svoju              jedan              siebie              ukrayins              onamo              bolje              dalje              oprosti              jsem              pozdrav              daj              mojej              zdaj              njene              byt             



Examples of "nju"
692 NJU-1 tractors and 8 NJU-2 vans designed to tow topographical trailers were delivered.
Izviđač je iskren, govori istinu i bori se za nju.
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Some NJU-1's went into French Army service post war.
Nan Jeon University of Science and Technology (NJU; ) is a private university in Yanshui District, Tainan, Taiwan.
For example, Manchester is written as "Mançester", Los Angeles as "Los Anxheles", and New York as "Nju Jork", etc.
Through a planning grant from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), BTH and NJU explored the possibilities for cooperation in the field of sustainable development.
The NJU (G-639) was a military design 5-ton off-road 4x4 semi-tractor used to tow bridging pontoons and equipment. Their
The NJU (G-639) series were military design 5 ton (5,443 kg) 4x4 semi-tractors used to tow bridging pontoons and equipment. Several other manufactures built standardized models of similar trucks, so only 700 were produced in 1941–1942.
Kenneth Nkweta Nju (born July 27, 1978 in N'Kambé, Cameroon) is a Cameroonian footballer who has played for clubs in Cameroon and Paraguay. He is also the owner of a football school in Paraguay known as 'Soccer City'.
The Mack NJU 5- to 6-ton 4x4 Ponton tractor (G639) was a semi-tractor designed to haul bridging equipment during World War II. Of the 700 built 119 were supplied to the British in Egypt, 8 were built with van bodies, and the rest were used as a substitute standard by the US Army.
In 1924, he offered the leading role in his film "Nju" to Elisabeth Bergner. They became partners, and after the persecution of the Jewish people by Adolf Hitler they fled to Vienna and then London, where they were married. Despite Czinner's homosexuality, the union proved a happy and personally and professionally enriching one for both partners. 1934 saw the realisation of his film "Catherine the Great", with his wife playing the main role, though the film was not shown in Germany.
The B92 Top 100 Domestic Songs list features three songs by Mandić: "Nije za nju" (polled No. 53), "Osloni se na mene" (polled No. 59) and "Smejem se, a plakao bih" (polled No. 67). In 2011, the song "Osloni se na mene" was voted, by the listeners of Radio 202, one of 60 greatest songs released by PGP-RTB/PGP-RTS during the sixty years of the label's existence.
L-head inline 6 cylinder gasoline engine developed at 2400 rpm. Unlike most semi-tractors, all but 8 NJUs had a large toolbox behind the cab to carry outboard engines and other tools used in bridge building. 8 NJU-2s were used for communications trailers and had no toolboxes. Several other manufactures built standardized models of similar trucks, so only 700 NJUs were produced in 1941–1942.
The Hopkins–Nanjing Center (Simplified Chinese: 中美文化研究中心), an international campus of the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, is a joint educational venture between Johns Hopkins University and Nanjing University that opened in Nanjing, China in 1986. Former Hopkins President Steven Muller and former NJU President Kuang Yaming worked together to create the Center, recognizing the importance of improved understanding and relations between their respective countries. Muller believed China to be "the country of the future."
Born as Hajrudin Varešanović in early 1961, in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (then a part of Yugoslavia.) Hari grew up in the Vratnik neighborhood of Sarajevo's old town. His grandfather was one of the more well-known singers of traditional Bosnian music called sevdalinka. At the age of six, Hajrudin began to sing and learned to play the guitar. At the local cultural center, he was asked to sing, then at the age of ten he sang with the group "Omi", and later for the group "Sedam šuma". In Vratnik, Hari recorded his first song "Zašto da ne uzmem nju". After finishing electrical school, Varešanović began to study Philosophy and attended classes of natural politics, but he never completed the courses. Music took up much of his time, as did his love of photography.
As years went by, their refusal to change style proved to be the important factor in the band's longevity. They kept a loyal following in 1980s and in 1990s, refusing to allow elements of folk and turbo folk music to become part of their repertoire. Because of that the band enjoys great respect among many Croatian rock critics, being seen as the embodiment of "true" rock and urban culture and many of their songs are considered evergreens in the former Yugoslavia like "Sve još miriše na nju", "Jesen u meni", "Ugasi me" and "Zastave". Parni valjak kept a relatively small but dedicated following for 30 years, and many people tend to gather at their concerts that feature energetic performances, despite advanced age of the band's members: "Aki Rahimovski" - vocals, "Husein Hasanefendić-Hus" - guitars, Marijan Brkić Brk - guitars, "Berislav Blažević-Bero" - keyboards, "Zvonimir Bučević-Buč" - bass guitar, "Dražen Scholz-Šolc" - drums, "Tina Rupčić" - vocal, "Anita Mlinarić" - sax.
Serbian glam metal band Karizma covered Mandić's song "Ljuljaj me nežno" on their 1992 album "U snovima" ("In the Dreams"). Serbian pop rock band covered Mandić's song "Nije za nju" on their 1993 album "Šta bih dao da sam na tvom mjestu" ("What Would I Give to Be in Your Shoes"). Croatian funk band Fali V covered Mandić's song "Sve je propalo" on their 1999 album "Visočije od kolena" ("Up the Knees"). Serbian rock singer Viktorija covered Mandić's song "Poludeću" on her 2000 live album "Nostalgija" ("Nostalgia"). The song "Odlazim, a volim te" was sampled by the Serbian hip hop band Sha-Ila in their track of the same title, released on their 2000 album "Totalito Pervertito". Serbian gothic metal band Darkshines recorded a cover of the song "Pitaju me, pitaju", releasing it as a single in 2011.
Nanjing University (NJU or NKU, . Chinese abbr. 南大; pinyin: Nándà, Nanda), or Nanking University, located in Nanjing, China, is one of the oldest and most prestigious institutions of higher learning in China. Following many changes through dynasties since CE 258, it was established as a modern school in 1902 in late Qing dynasty, and became a modern university in the early 1920s, the early years of Republic of China, being the first Chinese modern university with the combination of education and research, and also as a pioneer laying the foundations for the establishment of the modern educational system in China. Before the eve of establishment of People's Republic of China in 1949, the name was changed from National Central University to Nanjing University.
Hari grew up in the Vratnik neighborhood of Sarajevo's old town. His grandfather was one of the more well-known singers of traditional Bosnian music called sevdalinke. At the age of six, Hajrudin began to sing and learned to play the guitar. At the local cultural center, he was asked to sing, then at the age of ten he sang with the group "Omi", and later for the group "Sedam šuma". In Vratnik, Hari recorded his first song "Zašto da ne uzmem nju". (Why don't I take her) After finishing electrical school, Varešanović began to study Philosophy and attended classes of natural politics, but he never completed the courses. Music took up much of his time, as did his love of photography.