Synonyms for rovan or Related words with rovan

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Examples of "rovan"
Jurij Rovan (born 23 January 1975) is a Slovenian pole vaulter.
Rovan Pereira (born 17 November 1982) is an Indian footballer who plays as a Defender for Sporting Clube de Goa in the I-League.
Among his pupils were Bruno Croatto, Ugo Flumiani, Piero Lucano, Ruggero Rovan, Marcello Dudovich, Piero Marussig, Argio Orell, Vito Timmel, Vittorio Bergagna, and Gino Parin.
Tawr (Tawn Chin), or Laamtuk Thet, is a Kukish language spoken in Lamthok and Rovan villages of Hakha township, Chin State, Burma.
Bergeron is married to Joseph Butch Rovan, a composer and multimedia artist who is professor of music at Brown University and director of the Brown Arts Initiative.
Rovan has also been awarded the Legion d'Honneur, the Ordre National du Mérite, the German Order of Merit with Star, and the Bavarian Order of Merit. He died in a swimming accident in France.
The Department of Computer Science is a department of the Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics at the Comenius University in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. It is headed by Prof. RNDr. Branislav Rovan, Phd.
The first Scout group of the Slovene-speaking minority was founded in 1959 by the Catholic priest Janez Rovan SDB in Klagenfurt. It was registered as Klagenfurt 6 as a member of the Pfadfinder Österreichs Landeskorps Kärnten".
Founder members of the dfi included prominent figures such as Joseph Rovan and Alfred Grosser, on the French side, and the Germans Theodor Heuss and Carlo Schmid. The first director was Fritz Schenk (1948-1972), followed by Robert Picht (1972-2002) and Frank Baasner (2002- ). The titular head of the Institute is the President, currently the former prime minister of Baden Württemberg, Erwin Teufel.
Mamid and Rapp-Rovan were born and raised in Toronto, Canada. The duo were introduced through mutual friends in 2004 when DC asked Hooks to paint a graffiti mural in his garage. They quickly discovered a mutual love for hip-hop and at the same time were both starting to produce music. They began to collaborate under the moniker ‘Mass Productions’.
Joseph Adolphe Rovan (born Joseph Adolph Rosenthal in Munich, Germany on July 25, 1918, died August 27, 2004), was a French philosopher and politician, and is considered a spiritual father of post-war Europe. Initially born into the Jewish faith, on Whitsunday 1944 he was received into the Catholic Church.
Zeds Dead is a Canadian electronic music duo from Toronto, Canada. Dylan Mamid, also known as DC, and Zachary Rapp-Rovan, also known as Hooks, rose to prominence releasing original music and remixes from 2009–10 before becoming a staple on the international touring circuit thereafter. Today, they are known for their exploration of a diverse variety of genres that combine aspects of UK garage, house, electro house, hip-hop, glitch, drum and bass, and more.
Following World War II, popular teaching attempts were initiated mainly by the anarchist movement. Already in 1943, Joffre Dumazedier, Bénigno Cacérès, Paul Lengrand, Joseph Rovan and others founded the "Peuple et Culture" (People and Culture) network, aimed at democratization of culture. Joffre Dumazedier conceptualized, at the Liberation, the concept of "cultural development" to oppose the concept of "economic development", thus foreshadowing the current Human Development Index. Historian Jean Maitron, for example, was director of the Apremont school in Vendée from 1950 to 1955.
In 1988, Joseph Rovan and Romano Guardini recommended to the Federal President that Anton Posset be awarded the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany for his exemplary commitment to work of remembrance. This recommendation received the support of the Federal President, but was nonetheless rejected by the Bavarian Minister President at the time, Max Streibl, due to massive intervention by local opposition.
Rovan was active in the French Resistance during World War II and was awarded the Croix de Guerre and the Médaille de la Résistance for his services. In 1944, he was arrested by the Gestapo and survived 10 months in the Dachau concentration camp. It was during this time that he converted to Catholicism. In 1945, after his return to France, he wrote in the magazine "Esprit" the article "L'Allemagne de nos mérites," where he suggested that the creation of a democratic Germany on the ruins of the Third Reich was the responsibility of the Allies.
The economic reforms of the second half of the 18th century were based on a mercantilist logic. They had to allow Prussia a certain degree of self-sufficiency and give it sufficient surpluses for export. Joseph Rovan emphasises that Economic development also had to fund and support the military. Prussia's infrastructure was developed in the form of canals, roads and factories. Roads connected its outlying regions to its centre, the Oder, Warta and Noteć marshes were reclaimed and farmed and apple-growing was developed.
Norman Jewison purchased the rights to a film adaptation in 1971. Jewison planned to shoot it in Canada after "Jesus Christ Superstar". John Belushi first read the role of Atuk in early 1982. He immediately expressed interest in the project and was set to play the character on screen when only months later, on March 5, 1982, he was found dead in his room at the Chateau Marmont Hotel in Hollywood, California. "Atuk" next began production in Toronto in February 1988. Production halted after eight days. Sam Kinison said that his manager, Elliot Abbott, promised him creative control without clearing it with the studio. When Kinison attempted to rewrite the script, Abbott said that the studio tried to accommodate him, but Kinison grew difficult. Abbott and Kinison later severed their relationship. United Artists filed a lawsuit against Kinison in February 1988 in which they said that Kinison threatened to intentionally give a substandard performance. Producer Chuck Rovan briefly attempted to find a new lead but eventually gave up. Subsequent actors to take an interest in the role include John Candy and Chris Farley, both of whom died before the film could be made. Scriptwriter Tod Carroll dismissed rumors of a curse.
As part of his signing with Interscope Records, Keef's label imprint, Glory Boyz Entertainment (GBE), was established. Keef, along with his manager, Rovan Manuel, each owned 40% shares of GBE. Keef's cousin and fellow rapper, Fredo Santana, Keef's uncle Alonzo Carter, and Anthony H. Dade, owned the remaining 20% of GBE. Various associates of Keef's would be signed with the label, such as rappers Lil Reese, Fredo Santana and producer Young Chop. The label had already been active since 2011, however only released mixtapes and was not a full on record company. After releasing Keef's "Finally Rich" in December 2012, the label was set to release an album by Lil Reese in the coming months, along with various mixtapes. However, on January 3, 2014, Keef said that Glory Boyz Entertainment was "no more," and was starting a new record label named Glo Gang. Prior to his death, Blood Money revealed in an interview the members of Glo Gang to be Keef, Tray Savage, Ballout, Capo, Tadoe, Justo, and himself.
In 1989, Mazzucelli began her PhD studies in Comparative Government (with minors in International Relations and Political Philosophy) at Georgetown University. As a doctoral student, she worked at The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars from 1989 to 1990 for Xichang Zhang in the West European Studies Program, Giulietto Chiesa at the Kennan Institute covering Russia and surrounding states, and Reinhardt Rummel in the International Security Studies Program. In 1991, she received a Fulbright Scholarship and continued her dissertation research related to France and Germany in Paris at Institute of Political Studies under the supervision of Alfred Grosser, Jean Klein, and Joseph Rovan. As the recipient of a Bosch Fellowship in 1992, Mazzucelli was assigned to the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Federal Ministry of Economics in Bonn to assist with the ratification of the Treaty on European Union (“Maastricht”). She completed her fellowship in 1993. Mazzucelli toured for the United States Information Service (USIS) with speaking engagements in France, Germany and Poland the following year while assigned to the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs during the German Presidency of the European Union.