Milutin

Milutin

 

(also Stefan Uros II). Date of birth unknown; died Oct. 29, 1321. Serbian king whose reign began in 1282; member of the Nemanja dynasty.

Supported by the church, Milutin significantly strengthened central authority and beginning in 1282 waged a successful war against Byzantium. The war’s outcome was affirmed by the peace of 1299 and by Milutin’s marriage to the daughter of the Byzantine emperor. One result of the war was Serbia’s annexation of most of Macedonia, including Skopje, as well as Vidin and other territories.

REFERENCES

Stanojević, S. Kralj Milutin. Belgrade, 1937.
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In 1920, astronomer Milutin Milankovic worked out how varying distances between the earth and the sun, and varying angles of the sun's radiation, affect the earth's climate.
Clarkson Written By: Tim Kring, Gideon Raff, Carol Barbee, Bradford Winters, Sharon Hoffman, Barry O'Brien, Jesse Peyronel Produced By: Liat Benasuly, Jenna Santoianni Glazier, Erika Milutin, Steven Diller, Michael Wray, Carol Barbee, Lori Motyer, Barry O'Brien, Bradford Winters Executive Producers: Mark Winemaker, Karni Felsenthal-Ziv, Alon Shtruzman, Gail Berman, Tim Kring, Avi Nir, Gideon Raff, Gene Stein, Lloyd Braun Cinematography: Itai Ne'eman, Nathaniel Goodman Production Designer: Anthony Cowley, Damir Gabelica, Yoel Herzberg Edited By: Donn Aron, Liana Del Giudice, Adam Bluming, Tom Costantino, Jim Towne, Michael Ruscio Costume Designer: Debra McGuire, Lisa Jensen Music By: Mateo Messina
Head Coach Milutin 'Micho' Sredojevic said although he is disappointed that his team will not be tested before the Tanzania game, he will have no option but to prepare it well enough.
Within moments of the crash Wednesday night along California's famed Pacific Coast Highway, people were at the sides of victims lying in the street, said Mark Milutin, 26, who was in one of the cars stopped at the light.
The Vinica Fortress as an archeological site was recorded in 1954 by Miodrag Grbic, an archeologist from Novi Sad, under the name of Gradiste, and a little later, in 1958, by Milutin and Draga Garasani, archeologists from Belgrade, who referred to it as Kale Bair.
Led by University of Las Vegas geoscientist Matthew Lachniet, the researchers showed that climate change in the Great Basin (and Nevada) matches the timing of orbitally-derived periods of glacial cycles, in line with the theory forwarded by Serbian scientist Milutin Milankovitch more than 100 years ago.
I think he is winning so many people's hearts and there is still more room for improvement," said Uganda Cranes Serbian coach Milutin Sredojevic.
The outgoing Minister for Transport, Milutin MrkonjiA, who recently resigned from his post, said the government will provide a 560.
The Milankovitch cycles The explanation for the cyclical alternation of ice and warm periods stems from Serbian mathematician Milutin Milankovitch (1879-1958), who calculated the changes in Earth's orbit and the resulting insolation on Earth, thus becoming the first to describe that the cyclical changes in insolation are the result of an overlapping of a whole series of cycles: the tilt of Earth's axis fluctuates by around two degrees in a 41,000-year cycle.
Transportation Minister Milutin Mrkonjic was quoted by B92 private broadcaster as saying the airline would lease Airbus planes and that first instalment of a $750,000 (560,000 euros) deposit would be paid for first five aircraft.
Uganda were also celebrating two wins in as many weeks under new coach Milutin Sredojevic, as they fought back to snatch a 2-1 victory over Angola and the Group J leadership.
Serbia plans to take over about e1/4170 million ($216 million) of JAT's liabilities, reduce its workforce of 1,300 and add six new aircraft to its fleet as part of the company's overhaul, transportation minister Milutin Mrkonjic said on March 22.