Vlada

Vlada is a Slavic given name, may refer to:

  • Vlada Avramov, Serbian
  • Vlada Divljan, Serbian
  • Vlada Stošić, Serbian
  • Vlada Roslyakova

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Slobodan Jovanović - Works
1912 / Ustavobranitelji i njihova vlada, Srpska kraljevska akademija, Beograd 1912 [Constitutionalists and their Government (Belgrade Serbian Royal Academy ... и Михаила, Београд 1923 / Druga vlada Miloša i Mihaila, Beograd 1923 ... Обреновића, Геца Кон, Београд 1926-1927 / Vlada Milana Obrenovića, Geca Kon, Beograd 1926-1927 ...
Belarusian National Badminton Championships - Past Winners
... Mixed doubles 1992 Michail Korshuk Svetlana Heykova Michail Korshuk Oleg Morozevitch Vlada Tcherniavskaia Tatiana Gerasimovitch Vitalii Shmakov Tatiana Gerasimovitch 1993 ...
Vlada Roslyakova - Early Life and Modelling
... When she began modelling, Roslyakova changed her name from Elena to Vlada in order to distinguish herself from a model named Elena Rosenkova ... During her second season on the runways (Fall Winter 2005) Vlada walked in 74 shows during the ready-to-wear season in all the major fashion capitals ... Vlada speaks Russian, English, and French ...
Vlada - See Also
... Vladas Vladimir (name) This page or section lists people that share the same given name ... If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change that link to point directly to the intended article ...
Crni Biseri - History - 1963 - 1980
... were soon joined by the bassist and singer Vladimir Janković, also known as "Vlada Džet", who got his nickname ("Džet" being a transliteration for Jet) after The Shadows bass ... and blues and started performing in the following lineup Goran Vukićević (guitar), Vlada Džet (bass guitar, vocals), Zoran Petković (rhythm guitar), Radan Valči ... Crni Biseri released their debut EP in April 1966, featuring Vlada Džet's song "Ne odlazi", which was the result of the band's desire to be one of the ...