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Negre were a Montenegrin girl band, consisting of Jelena Kažanegra, Milena Vučić and Nina Žižić. They competed in the Serbo-Montenegrin Eurovision Song Contest preselection Evropesma 2004 in Belgrade, where they won the 3rd place. Later that year they won the 3rd place on Sunčane Skale Festival in Montenegro. Soon after that, Nina Žižić left the band. She was temporary replaced by Marija Brajović, but the band soon fell apart. All of the former members are now successful solo artists in Montenegro.

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Google previewProgram Notes (1921)

by Chicago Symphony Orchestra

"The Rhapsodie Negre is an attempt to synthesize these characteristics and present them in a form of organic unity. The Rhapsodie opens with a wild and plaintive cry, given out by the woodwind instruments, supported by the strings.

Google previewA Measured Approach to Ending Poverty and Boosting Shared Prosperity (2014)

Concepts, Data, and the Twin Goals by World Bank

Mario Negre is a senior economist in the World Bank Development Economics Research Group seconded by the German Development Institute.

Google previewLegacies of Violence in Contemporary Spain (2016)

Exhuming the Past, Understanding the Present by Ofelia Ferrán, Lisa Hilbink

Pa negre is a deconstruction of the myth of childhood as a lost paradise. Since the social realism of the 1950s, the literary representation of the Civil War as ultimate cause for the loss of infantile innocence is well known. Since the 1990s, this ...

Google previewDictionary of Race, Ethnicity and Culture (2003)

by Guido Bolaffi

Notable among these, because of its implications, is Jean-Paul Sartre's observation in Orphée noir, the preface to Senghor's Anthologie de la nouvelle poésie negre et malgache (1948), which contains the works of writers who were among the ...

Google previewThe Picture Amateur's Handbook and Dictionary of Painters (1878)

Being a Guide for Visitors to Public and Private Picture Galleries and for Art Students, Including an Explanation of the Various Methods of Painting; Instructions for Cleaning, Re-lining, and Restoring Oil Paintings; a Glossary of Terms; an Historical Sketch of the Principal Schools of Painting; and a Dictionary of Painters Giving the Copyists and Imitators of Each Master by Paschal Grousset

Negre (Matthias van), Dutch. History. Architectural subjects. About 1625. Negre ( Nicolas van), Dutch. Portraits. About 1650. Negri, or Neri (Pier Martire), Italian. Cremona. Scholar of J. B. Trotti. History. Portraits. About 16oo. Negri (Pietro), Italian ...

Google previewThe Rhyming Dictionary of the English Language (1902)

In which the Whole Language is Arranged According to Its Terminations : with a Copious Introduction to the Various Uses of the Work, and an Index of Allowable Rhymes, with Authorities for Their Usage from Our Best Poets by John Walker

Blacka-moor A negre, s. Blackmoor A negre, s. To un-moor' To heave up an anchor, v. a. Poor Indigent ; mean ; paltry ; unhappy, a. Sapor Taste ; power of ...

Google previewMerriam-Webster's Encyclopedia of Literature (1995)

by Merriam-Webster, Inc

and Lc Vieux negre el la mfdaille (1956; The Old Man and the Medal) — reflect the growing ...

Google previewA dictionary of painters and handbook for picture amateurs (1877)

by Paschal Grousset

Negre (Matthias van), Dutch. History. Architectural subjects. About 1625.

Google previewA New Biographical Dictionary, of 3000 Cotemporary Public Characters, British and Foreign, of All Ranks and Professions (1825)

-* NEGRE DE MASSALs, (John ANTHONY MEMEN ...

Google previewThe Picture Amateurʼs Handbook and Dictionary of Painters ... by Philippe Daryl (1878)

by Philippe Daryl

Negre (Matthias van), Dutch. History. Architectural subjects. About 1625.

Google previewThe picture amateur's handbook and dictionary of painters, by Philippe Daryl (1878)

by Paschal Grousset

Negre (Matthias van), Dutch. History. Architectural subjects. About 1625.

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