Synonyms for sladky or Related words with sladky

schwomeyer              kravette              norment              caverly              schoettle              rowsom              macleary              ekedahl              debassige              meschke              mckilligan              wagenhoffer              marchain              sytsma              cerrigione              pustil              fotheringill              schettler              millns              gettinger              sonier              mattijssen              sulentic              corbalis              dondertman              sydes              ambuehl              whitehorne              gerencser              maytum              barkman              tchorzewski              donatucci              boydstun              surber              deitchman              paluszek              gallison              dulebohn              keleher              keehn              sigurdson              leibovici              mombourquette              aakhus              lwiza              gielow              maconachie              barkey              rounseville             



Examples of "sladky"
Judy Schwomeyer (married name Sladky; born November 14, 1950) is an American ice dancer and actress. As a figure skater, she competed with partner James Sladky. They were five time (1968–1972) U.S. national champions. They are the 1970 World silver medalists and the 1969 & 1971-1972 World bronze medalists.
With coach Ron Ludington, Schwomeyer & Sladky created the "Yankee Polka" compulsory dance. They first performed it as a competitive program in 1969.
She and Sladky later married and were divorced 19 years later. They were inducted into the United States Figure Skating Hall of Fame in 1991.
With coach Ron Ludington, Schwomeyer & Sladky created the "Yankee Polka" compulsory dance. They first performed it as a competitive program in 1969.
In post-war years wide recognition of the audience was gained by a number of great masters of a scene: , , Sergey Sladky, Feofan Maysky, Lidiya Volskaya, , Alexander Dodonkin, Alexey Tyurin, Irina Blazhnova, , Tamara Antonova.
Following their retirement from competitive skating, Schwomeyer & Sladky skated professionally. He and Schwomeyer later married and were divorced 19 years later. They were inducted into the United States Figure Skating Hall of Fame in 1991.
Following their retirement from competitive skating, Schwomeyer & Sladky skated professionally. Schwomeyer also became an actress. She is the Muppeteer of Alice Snuffleupagus in "Sesame Street" and portrayed Snoopy in "Jingle All the Way".
Jan Sladký Kozina was first named Rosocha, after Rosoch Farm (U Rosochů), which from 1632 had belonged to his grandfather, and on which he was born and grew up. In 1670 his father Jan Sladky bought the farm "At Kozinas" (U Kozinu). All those originating from this farm were thereafter called Sladky-Kozina. On 9 May 1678, aged 25, he married Dorota Pelnářová, took over the ancestral farm U Kozinů, and took his place in the middle yeomanry. They seem to have gone on to live as a quiet, godfearing couple. They had 6 sons but only one - Adam - had descendants.
Shelley was also the winner of the pairs event with his partner JoJo Starbuck, following the retirement of the 1969 champions Cynthia and Ronald Kauffman. The pairs field was considered relatively weak at this event. Meanwhile, Judy Schwomeyer and James Sladky claimed their third consecutive national dance title.
Jim Sladky (born March 16, 1947) is an American former competitive ice dancer. He competed with partner Judy Schwomeyer. They were five time (1968–1972) U.S. national champions. They are the 1970 World silver medalists and the 1969 & 1971-1972 World bronze medalists.
From the beginning of the World War II, in July 1941 from actors of theatre has been created the front crew which addressed the military units standing near Kaluga, Yukhnov, Yelnya. Actors of theatre: Lev Maretsky, Irina Blazhnova, Ivan Kalinin participated in military operations. Vaneeva and Sladky were home front workers. For fighting and labor merits they have been awarded the state awards of USSR.
The previous years' champions in the pairs and dance events, JoJo Starbuck / Kenneth Shelley and Judy Schwomeyer / Jim Sladky, respectively, easily defended their titles without serious challenge. The pairs competition this year was notable for the new and innovative lifts performed by the second-place team Melissa and Mark Militano as well as by Starbuck / Shelley. The Militanos also included a throw double axel and side-by-side double axels in their program, elements that only a few top pairs in the world were attempting in this era, but they could not match the speed and unison of the champions.
The men's title was vacant due to the retirement of 1970 champion Tim Wood. The title was won by John Misha Petkevich, while Ken Shelley (pulling double duty by competing in singles as well as pairs) took the silver and young Gordon McKellen placed third. The ladies' competition featured the usual match of this era between Janet Lynn and Julie Lynn Holmes. Holmes had a small lead after the compulsory figures but Lynn pulled ahead in the free skating, in spite of missing an attempt at a triple toe loop. Holmes included an unusual inside double axel in her free skating. Judy Schwomeyer and James Sladky dominated the dance event to win their third consecutive national dance title.