Synonyms for tordjman or Related words with tordjman

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Examples of "tordjman"
Besson has been married since September 2010 to Yasmine Tordjman, a 24-year-old art student from Tunisia. Tordjman belongs to a prominent Muslim family of Turkish origin with connections to former Tunisian president Habib Bourguiba. In December 2012, two years after the marriage, Yasmine Tordjman Besson announced her intention to divorce. The former minister has confirmed the news.
Tordjman, who is Jewish, was born in Montreal, Quebec. His parents came from Morocco.
In 2009, Tordjman was selected to represent Canada in the World Jewish Hockey Championship in Metulla, Israel. After being called up by the Phoenix Coyotes from their AHL affiliate, the San Antonio Rampage, in the 2009–10 season, Tordjman recorded 23 saves in his first NHL game, a 3–2 loss to the New York Islanders on March 8, 2008.
Joshua Tordjman (born January 11, 1985) is a Canadian ice hockey goaltender who currently plays for the EC Red Bull Salzburg in the Austrian Hockey League (EBEL).
Zagtoon, also known as ZAG Entertainment, is a French production company that specializes in children's animated series, founded in 2009 by Jeremy Zag and Jacqueline Tordjman.
She is the aunt of Tarak Ben Ammar and the great-mother of Yasmine Tordjman-Besson, who became the wife of the French Minister Eric Besson.
On June 14, 2011, Tordjman signed a one-year contract with European team, EC Red Bull Salzburg, of the Austrian Hockey League.
All songs written, composed and produced by Martin Solveig, except "Beauty False" and "Some Other Time" written and produced by Solveig and Michael Tordjman.
Not all of the cast members were the hosts of the tours. Only Victoria Baldesarra, Lamar Johnson, Isaac Lupien, Jennifer Pappas, Brittany Raymond and Trevor Tordjman were part of the tour.
In theatre, Jacques Gamblin worked with many directors such as Pierre Claude Yersin, Michel Dubois, Jeanne Champagne, Philippe Adrien, Alfredo Arias, Charles Tordjman, Jean-Louis Martinelli, Gildas Bourdet, and Anne Bourgeois.
Dongguan TBA Tower is a skyscraper in Dongguan, China. The tower's architecture and engineering were performed by the French architect Hervé Tordjman and the architectural firm HTA-Architecture & Partners. It is named after the Taiwan Businessmen Association in Dongguan.
Berlin's story was adapted into a TV movie, "Full Out: The Ariana Berlin Movie", featuring actors Jennifer Beals, Ana Golja, Trevor Tordjman and Lamar Johnson. Berlin also appears as a stunt double for herself.
Arabic words were borrowed, such as "tordjman" (translator) which became "drogoman" in Provençal, and is still in use in the expression "par le truchement de"; "charaha" (to discuss), which became "charabia". Some place names were also derived from Arabic or in memory of past Muslim inhabitance, such as Ramatuelle and Saint-Pierre de l'Almanarre (from "al-manar" i.e. 'the lighthouse').
Bref. is a French television series created by Kyan Khojandi, cowritten by the latter and Bruno Muschio, and produced by Harry Tordjman for My Box Productions. It has been broadcast on Canal+ since August 29, 2011. The end of the series was announced on June 29, 2012, the last episode having aired July 12, 2012.
Beaton was born on 5 December 1994 in Canada, daughter of the journalist Kate Wheeler. When twelve years old she did a cameo in the film "300". In 2013 until 2016 she starred in the Canadian series "The Next Step", interpreting to Emily, a dancer of the study of dance (The Next Step), with that shares leadership with Victoria Baldesarra, Brittany Raymond, Trevor Tordjman
"Turn Up the Radio" was written by Madonna, Solveig, Michael Tordjman and British singer Jade Williams, best known as Sunday Girl. The existence of the song was first reported by a Madonna fan website in December 2011. It was originally recorded for Solveig's fifth studio album, "Smash" (2011), featuring lead vocals by Williams. However, the song was shelved in favor of their other collaboration called "Let's Not Play Games". Despite the track not appearing on Solveig's album, he still played the song live.
Not all the cast are going on the tour. Only Victoria Baldesarra (Michelle), Trevor Tordjman (James), Jordan Clark (Giselle), Taveeta Szymanowicz (Thalia), Isaac Lupien (Eldon), Myles Erlick (Noah) and Briar Nolet (Richelle). Newcomer Isaiah Peck, who will star as Henry in season 4, will also attend the tour. Taveeta Szymanowicz (Thalia) was only on the canadian tour, Brittany Raymond (Riley) was on the european shows and she could not come to the shows in Australia and New Zealand because of a family problem.
Keedz is a musical project of a group of young French singers who release songs as a choir accompanied by electro-disco-dance influences. In 2008, Keedz released a studio album entitled "Stand on the Word" containing 11 tracks on Elias Music / Mercury Records / Universal Music. It was produced by Julien Jabre, Jimmy Mikaoui and Laurent Tordjman with David Eugène Joubert and Phyliss McKoy Joubert, with the latter having written 7 of the 11 tracks. The vocals were by formation named The Children of God.
"Turn Up the Radio" is a song recorded by American recording artist Madonna for her twelfth studio album, "MDNA" (2012). It was written by Madonna, Martin Solveig, Michael Tordjman and Jade Williams, and produced by Madonna and Solveig. The song was released as the fourth and final single from the album on June 29, 2012. The single was also released as a digital EP, and included a remix featuring the group Far East Movement. A dance song with French house composition, "Turn Up the Radio" is an energetic song where Madonna asks the listener and herself to stop for a moment and escape the realities of life.
"Give Me All Your Luvin'" is a song by American singer Madonna from her twelfth studio album, "MDNA" (2012). It features guest vocals by rappers Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. The song was written and produced by Madonna and Martin Solveig, with additional writing by M.I.A., Minaj and Michael Tordjman. After working with Solveig on one song, Madonna continued recording others including "Give Me All Your Luvin". Madonna chose to work with M.I.A. and Minaj on the track, since she felt they were both strong women with unique voices. She also liked their music and what they represented.