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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 35. Chapters: Aleksandar Pravdić, Bogomil Ǵuzel, Bora Đorđević, Branko Jorović, Darko Lazović, Dejan Đenić, Dragan Kićanović, Dragutin Gavrilović, Duško Milinković, Filip Mladenović, Ivan Milošević, Ivan Pešić, Ivan Stevanović, Lazar Marković, Marko Lomić, Marko Marinović, Milan Jovanović (footballer born 1983), Milan Perić, Milan Stojadinović, Milivoje Vitakić, Miloš Minić, Miloš Ristanović, Mirko Radovanović, Miroslav Ilić, Miroslav Savanović, Mladomir Puriša Đorđević, Nadežda Petrović, Nemanja Protić, Neško Milovanović, Nikola Pešaković, Patriarch Irinej of Serbia, Radisav Ćurčić, Radomir Mihajlović, Robert Kišerlovski, Saša Zimonjić, Slobodan Marković, Slobodan Slović, Slobodan Topalović, Sonja Savić, Sreten Sretenović, Tadija Dragićević, Uroš Tripković, Velimir Ilić, Vitomir Jelić, Vlada Jovanović, Vladimir Matijašević, Vladimir Nikitović, Željko Kovačević, Željko Obradović, Zoran Bečić, Zoran Kostić (footballer). Excerpt: Borisav "Bora" Đorđević (Serbian Cyrillic: Борисав-Бора Ђорђевић), also known as Bora Čorba (Serbian Cyrillic: Бора Чорба), is a Serbian singer, songwriter and poet. He is best known as the lead singer for the Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band Riblja Čorba. He is widely considered one of the top and most influential authors of the Serbian and former Yugoslav rock scene. Đorđević was born in Čačak in 1952. He formed his first band, Hermelini (trans. The Ermines) when he was thirteen. He formed Hermelini with Borko Ilić (guitar), Prvoslav Savić (rhythm guitar) and Aca Dimitrijević (drums). Đorđević played bass guitar and the band performed music that was influenced by the sound of the band Roboti from Zagreb. Two years later Đorđević started playing rhythm guitar and writing his first songs. One of his earliest songs, "Moje tuge" was later recorded on Suncokret album Moje bube. After Hermelini, Đorđević was a member of numerous Čačak bands: Vesnici Ljubavi, Safiri, Dečaci sa Morave, Čačanski Plemići. For a certain time he was a member of the band PORS (Poslednji Ostatak Romantičnog Sveta) whose member was also guitarist Radomir Mihailović Točak. At the time Đorđević and his friends started burglarizing apartments and buying musical equipment for the stolen money. After three years of committing burglaries they were arrested and proclaimed juvenile delinquents. After seven days Đorđević was released from custody and was immediately expelled from high school. Đorđević's parents decided to move to Belgrade, where he became a student at Fifth Belgrade Gymnasium. At the time of his matriculation he went to audition for the Jesus Christ Superstar rock opera and was given a role of one of the apostles. He continued to act and appeared in plays Purpurno ostrvo, Tom Pejn and Caca u metrou. At the beginning of 1970s Đorđević formed acoustic rock band Zajedno (Together) which featured three female vocals, Ivana Kačunković and twin sisters Vukica and Gordana Stefanović and ke
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