Synonyms for subota or Related words with subota

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Examples of "subota"
"Sedam Subota" is a duet with Serbian singer Aca Lukas.
In September 1691 units of Serbian Militia from Transylvania commanded by Subota Jović captured Arad. Because Subota Jović distinguished himself during this capture, field marshal Veterani appointed him as Captrain of Arad.
Subota means Saturday in several Slavic languages. It may refer to
Subota Jović () was late 17th century Habsburg military officer of Serbian origin.
Subota was born in Minsk, Belrus in 1984. He studied sports coaching at Belarusian State University of Physical Training.
Aliaksandr Subota (born 28 August 1984) is a Paralympian athlete from Belarus competing mainly in T46 classification track and field events.
The school is proud of its students and their contribution to the culture, sport, art of Belgrade and the Republic of , such as: Мihajlo Petrović Alas, Stevan Stojanović Mokranjac, Моša Pijade, Pavle Savić, Dejan Udovičić, Zoran Baranac, Ivo Lola and , Vladeta Jerotić, Svetozar Gligorić, Ružica Sokić, Nikola Simić, Boža Prodanović, Мinja Subota and others. The school has its own hymn, composed by Minja Subota, and the text was written by Saša Trajković.
The Yugoslavian national final to select their entry, "Jugovizija 1981", was held on 28 February at the Studio TV - TV Beograd in Belgrade, and was hosted by Minja Subota and Helga Vlahović
Lazarice in Serbian language and Lazaruvane in Bulgarian language is tradition of procession during the Bulgarian Orthodox feast of Lazareva Subota ("Lazarus Saturday", the Bulgarian Orthodox feast is different from other churches) the parade consists of six maids.
Milan "Minja" Subota (, ; born 8 November 1938 in Sarajevo) is Serbian composer, musician, entertainer and photographer. He is the host of the long-running children's TV show "Muzički tobogan" on RTS (formerly on TV Novi Sad).
Subota first represented his country at a Paralympics in 2004 in Athens, where he competed in the long jump and triple jump, although he failed to achieve a podium finish in either. Subota was back in the Belarus team for the 2008 Summer Paralympics in Beijing, this time competing in just the long jump. He finished fifth. His most successful Paralympics to date was the London Games in 2012. There he competed in both the long jump and triple jump, finishing third in the triple jump to claim his first Paralympic medal.
The feast of Vrbica (Врбица) or Lazareva Subota, is commemorated by Serbian Orthodox and Bulgarian Orthodox tradition. Due to a general lack of palm trees, pussy willow branches are blessed, and distributed to the faithful. Small bells are often tied to the branches. Other features include:
One of Ukrainian media outlets illegally created a project "Karaoke near the Fountain", which was a copy of the "Karaoke on the Maidan" format. The proceeding in a case lasted three years. Attorneys-at-law Natalia Subota and Andrii Nechyporenko represented Ihor Kondratuk's interests in court. The presenter of the program and co-author Ihor Kondratuk visited court sessions by himself.
Vrbica or Lazareva Subota ("Lazarus Saturday") is a Serbian Orthodox tradition that has origins in the Eastern Christian feast of Lazarus Saturday, however the feast has its own features. The feast celebrates the resurrection of Lazarus of Bethany, the narrative of which is found in the New Testament Gospel of John ().
As well as his Paralympic success, Subota has also claimed medals at both World and European Championship level. He claimed a silver in the triple jump (T46) in the 2013 World Championships in Lyon while he has won three European medals, including a gold in the T46 Javelin in 2016 in Grosseto. This was the first international competition that he had entered into the javelin event.
As a singer, she had won her first prize at “Maglaj Youth Festival” in 1974. In 1976, she toured the Soviet Union as a soloist in Sasha Subota Orchestra, where she had recorded a "Compilation of World Hits" LP and a single "Mikado" for Soviet label Melodiya. Besides extensive touring with hundreds of concerts performed throughout former Soviet Union, she took part in numerous TV shows. One of the highlights was her interpretation of Marina Tsvetaeva's poem “I Like When You Are Yearning for Me”, sung in Russian on Moscow TV, in a special birthday greeting for Soviet Union’s President Leonid Brezhnev.
The Choir has also been the launchpad of several pop stars in Serbia, such as teen sensation Zoran Leković. The Kolibri Choir performs at home and abroad, making regular appearances on television and in films. All their recordings are published by the Music Production of Serbian Radio Television (PGP RTS). "Kolibri" performed in Bolshoi Theatre in Musorgsky's opera ""Boris Godunov". Kolibri and Milica Manojlović worked with Vlastimir Đuza Stojiljković, Ljubiša Bačić, Sedmorica Mladih, Dragan Laković, Oliver Dragojević, Bajaga, Minja Subota, Tanja Bošković, Riblja Čorba, Ljubiša Simić, Kemal Monteno, Bora Dugić and many other musicians, actors and artists in former Yugoslavia.
Badrov released his self-titled fourth studio album on 18 October 2011. It featured the hit songs "Subota je ludilo" ("Saturday is Madness"), "Bivša draga" ("Former Honey"), "Sklonite čaše drugovi sa stola" ("Remove the Cups from the Table, Friends"), "Ludo ljeto" ("Crazy Summer"), "Volim te" ("I Love You") and "Pravo na ljubav" ("Right on Love"). The album was recorded in a recording studio called "Hazard" in the Bosnian town of Bugojno. The lyrics to all the songs were written by Davor's long-time songwriter Muharem Haro Hazikardić and the entire album was produced by Mirza Hadžiahmetović.
On the night of 3 February 2009, Lukas was shot by an unknown assailant. The assailant fired two hits, but Lukas survived with just a wounded leg. When he came out of the hospital, he said: "Dobro se osećam. Hvala Bogu, nije mi ništa. Pustili su me iz Urgentnog centra i dobro mi je!" (translation: "I am feeling well. Thank god, nothing is wrong with me. I was released from the ER and I am feeling good.") Lukas was shot in front of Gandijeva street no. 66, while he was entering his vehicle "Porsche Cayenne". In the 2010 year Aca record the 2 new songs "Sedam Subota" with Dado Polumenta, and "Ja Ovaj Život Imam".
Marko Marković was born in Leskovac, 1935. In 1957 he started working as a journalist. Most of his career he spent working at Radio Television Belgrade (RTB), 1961-1995. During his time with RTB he reported at numerous football matches and covered 40 World and European Championships, as well as The Olympic Games. He was one of the initiators of the famous programmes: "Sportski pregled" (The Sports Overview) and "Sportska subota" (Sport Saturday), and creator of many more radio and TV sport programmes, he made countless interviews and wrote six monogragraphs. His flagship programme was "Indirekt" which aired from 1971 to 1994. The topics, he focused on, were not only the current issues but all those interesting things he span in his own way.