Synonyms for perkovich or Related words with perkovich

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In 2015, Perkovich played for the Croatian national team at the IIHF World Championship Division I.
Before turning professional Perkovich played three years at NCAA Division 1 Lake Superior State University, in Sault Sainte Marie, MI
John Joseph "Perky" Perkovich (March 10, 1924 – September 16, 2000) was a pitcher in Major League Baseball. He played for the Chicago White Sox.
In the 2011–12 curling season, Smith rejoined with Jeff Isaacson and teamed up with American junior champion Aaron Wald and former junior teammate Kris Perkovich.
Nathan Perkovich (born October 15, 1985) is an American professional ice hockey player of Croatian ancestry who is currently playing for Zagreb, Croatia-based KHL Medveščak of the KHL He was selected by the New Jersey Devils in the 8th round (250th overall) of the 2004 NHL Entry Draft.
2014 was the inaugural season for the Champion City Kings. The Kings finished the 2014 season with a record of 21-39. They sent four players to the Prospect League All-Star game Jake Bennett, Brent Hermanussen, Chris Perkovich and Ryan Shockey. Jake Bennett was also named a post season All-Star.
Roger Eugene Maras was born on September 10, 1934 in Hibbing, Minnesota, later changing his surname to Maris. Maris' parents, Rudolph S. "Rudy" Maras and Corrine (née Perkovich), were both of Croatian origin. Roger had a brother, Rudy (known as "Buddy") who was a year older. Rudy developed polio in 1951.
In January 2004, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace scholars Joseph Cirincione, Jessica Tuchman Mathews, and George Perkovich publish their study "WMD in Iraq: Evidence and Implications", which looked into Saddam's relationship with al-Qaeda and concluded that "although there have been periodic meetings between Iraqi and Al Qaeda agents, and visits by Al Qaeda agents to Baghdad, the most intensive searching over the last two years has produced no solid evidence of a cooperative relationship between Saddam's government and Al Qaeda." The study also found "some evidence that there were no operational links" between the two entities.
Lilienthal died on October 24, 2006, at the California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco, at the 87, from a bone infection that led to pneumonia. In an interview with the"Washington Post" upon her death, George Perkovich, vice president for studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace said: "Sally was an absolutely vital figure in supporting researchers, policy activists and scientists in the U.S. and overseas who were trying to change government policies while [governments] were inflating the powers of nuclear weapons. "The thing about Sally that was so great is she went out and hustled and raised that money, then gave it away, which is heroic. ... Sally had a lot of guts and wasn't afraid of anything."
Starting with the 2006–07 season, he played for Lake Superior State University of the CCHA, where he shared Soo BlueLiners Outstanding Freshman Award with teammate Nathan Perkovich and finished second among Lakers rookies in terms of points and was fourth on the team overall in points during the CCHA playoffs, despite missing one of the seven games due to an injury. He also earned his first two collegiate points during the Lakers' 7–6 overtime victory at Ohio State University. He scored his first career goal during a 3–2 overtime victory over Nebraska-Omaha. In addition, he scored a goal in each game of the Lakers' three-game CCHA playoffs first-round series against Ferris State University. Lastly, he finished second among Lakers defensemen in plus-minus rating at +5.
Beginning in the early 1970s, the phenomenon of "polka masses" began appearing. Polka masses are usually held by members of the Roman Catholic Church who consider the polka an important part of their ethnic heritages. The first polka mass was created by Father George Balasko in 1972 and the idea was spread by Father Frank Perkovich throughout the '70s and '80s. Both were polka musicians. In composing a polka mass, a musician either alters the lyrics of polka pieces to become more appropriate for a spiritual setting or creates an entirely new piece of polka-style music to sing with the usual sacred text. Robert Walser argues that the exuberant polka music motivates participants to "worship more vigorously." He also asserts that the polka mass "brings the community into the church" because it involves music and lyrics that the congregations are more familiar with.
Shyam Bhatia, an Indian journalist, alleged in his book "Goodbye Shahzadi" that in 1993, Bhutto had downloaded secret information on uranium enrichment, through Pakistan's former top scientist Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan, to give to North Korea in exchange for information on developing ballistic missiles ("Rodong-1") and that Benazir Bhutto had asked him to not tell the story during her lifetime. David Albright of the Institute of Science and International Security said the allegations "made sense" given the timeline of North Korea's nuclear program. George Perkovich of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace called Bhatia a "smart and serious guy." Selig Harrison of the Center for International Policy called Bhatia "credible on Bhutto." The officials at the Pakistan Embassy in Washington, D.C. sharply denied the claims and the senior U.S. State Department officials dismissed them, insisting that, Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan, who had been earlier accused of proliferating secrets to North Korea (only to deny them later, prior to Bhatia's book), was the source, in spite of Pakistan Government's denial. In 2012, senior scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan, summed up to "The News International" that "the transfer of atomic technology was not so easy that one could put it into his pocket and hand it over to another country." Abdul Qadeer Khan also asserted that: "The-then prime minister ("Mohtarma") Benazir Bhutto summoned me and named the two countries which were to be assisted and issued clear directions in this regard."