MITIC

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MITICInternational Market for Technology & Innovation in Cinema
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Tamara TESIC (1), Dajana LENDAK (2,3), Ivana UROSEVIC (2,4), Igor MITIC (2,4) and Vanja ANDRIC (2)
One of the patients receiving treatment at the medical center, Goran Mitic, took the opportunity to convey his gratitude to the government of Azerbaijan on behalf of local residents.
Djordjevic-Jocic J, Cukuranovic R, Mitic B, Jovanovic P, Djordjevic V, Mihajlovic M, et al.
RED STAR: Beara, Tonsic, Zekovic, Mitic, Spajik, Popovic, Secoran, Sekularac, Tasic, Kostic, Gokie.
Europa League - Red Star Belgrade vs FC Cologne - Rajko Mitic Stadium, Belgrade, Serbia - December 7, 2017 Red Star Belgrade coach Vladan Milojevic celebrates at the end of the match - REUTERS/Novak Djurovic CAIRO -- 8 December 2017: The sixth and final round of the group stage of the 2017/2018 UEFA Europa League was played on Thursday, December 7 with the participation of 48 teams, divided into 12 groups of four teams each.
Caption: Former Canadian Army MCpI Jody Mitic lights the torch at the 2017 Invictus Spirit Flame ceremony at the Presidential Palace in Kabul, Afghanistan on August 9, 2017.
ANY hair type can use co-wash, but Sacha Mitic, co-founder of Sachajuan hair care, says: "the Sachajuan Hair Cleansing Cream has more advantages the more damaged the hair is."
Around 2,400 Welsh fans made the trip to the Serbian capital for last night's Group D World Cup qualifier at Rajko Mitic Stadion.
More than 40,000 are expected to greet Wales at the Rajko Mitic Stadium and the hostility levels are expected to be turned up to maximum.
However, the United striking duo could well start for their respective nations which Serbia take on the Republic of Ireland in a World Cup Qualifier at the Stadion Rajko Mitic in Beograd this evening (7.45pm kick-off).
Two Serbians, Bojana Mitic, 34, Malden Lazarevic, 38, remain at large.
There are two other suspects who have not been brought to justice - Bojana Mitic and Lazarevic Mladen, both Serbians, who are still at large in Serbia.