American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- An island of southern California in the Santa Barbara Islands south of Santa Catalina Island.
“The character played by Fred Gwynne answers to the name Mladen Sekulovich – Karl Malden’s real name.”
“On the Serb side too there were signs of voter dissatisfaction Sunday, with Mr. Radmanovic only narrowly beating the moderate Mladen Ivanic, who had campaigned exclusively on economic issues.”
“That moved culminated with David Vaughan delivering a cross that the goalkeeper, Mladen Bozovic, fumbled, leaving Steve Morison, who had been chosen ahead of Robert Earnshaw, to tap in his fourth goal in nine caps.”
“Gotovina, along with Ivan Cermak, the Knin garrison commander, and Mladen Markac, a commander of police paramilitaries, faced nine counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity for overseeing the alleged deportation of tens of thousands of Serbs through murder, the torching of homes, and the shelling of civilians.”
“Mladen Antonov/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images More photos and interactive graphics Aretha Franklin, poet Nikki Giovanni and President Barack Obama were among those honoring the legacy of the nation's foremost civil rights leader.”
“Economics professor and opposition candidate Mladen Ivanic says the country can function only through political compromise.”
“But "Epoha" also published Croatian authors, the most important being the writing tandem Mladen Bjažic 'and Zvonimir Furtinger.”
“The brainchild of Mladen Rožanić and winemaker Antun Banko, its origins date back to 2004.”
“Judges at the International War Crimes Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia sentenced Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac who were found guilty of crimes including murder, persecution and plunder.”
“Born Mladen Sekulovich in Chicago, Illinois, this actor was the son of Serbian immigrants, Malden worked in the steel mills of Gary, Indiana before pursuing a career in acting.”
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