Muslim Mahammad Oglu Magomayev Origin/Culture/Country: Armenian
Muslim Mahammad Oglu Magomayev: was a Azerbaijani baritone operatic and pop singer of the 1960s and 1970s."He was 19 when he first performed, at an international youth music festival in Helsinki, the Finnish capital." In 1962, at the age of 20, Magomayev first appeared in Moscow where he performed within the frameworks of the Days of Azerbaijani Culture. He sang two musical pieces ("He chose to sing arias from Gounod’s Faust, and the song Do the Russians Want War?") in a gala-concert on the USSR's main stage, the Kremlin Palace of Congresses, and became a celebrity on a spur of the moment.
Muslim Mubarak Almas Origin/Culture/Country: Arabic
Muslim Mubarak Almas: an Rah Ahan F.C. player. He was part of Iraq B team in the 2007 King's Cup.For several years the forward that been touted as starter for the national side after his displays for Al-Zawraa and the Under-19s, however coach after coach have overlooked the dazzling frontman for the national side. Has won the league title at two clubs, in 2006 with Al-Zawraa in which he dispatched the winning penalty and with Arbil FC in 2008.
Muslim Baýramovich Agaýew Origin/Culture/Country: Russian
Muslim Baýramovich Agaýew: is a Turkmenistani professional football player.
Halid Muslimovic Origin/Culture/Country: Serbia, Europe
Halid Muslimovic: is a Bosnian folk singer. Born in Prijedor, he began his musical career in 1982. He is one of the best-known singers in the popular genre having sold over six million units (silver, gold, diamond and platinum) of sound and image, about three thousand recitals, and achieving dozens of prestigious awards: Oscars popularity, the singer of the year; and the Festival prize Estradna Yugoslavia.
Zlatan Muslimovic Origin/Culture/Country: Serbia, Europe
Zlatan Muslimovic: is a Bosnian international football player. He holds both Bosnian and Swedish citizenships. Muslimovic has made 33 appearances for the Bosnia and Herzegovina national football team (as of 17 October 2011) since making his debut in 2006 in a friendly match against France as a second half substitute. He also played for the team in their Euro 2008 qualifying matches against Malta (x2), Hungary, Norway and Turkey. Against Croatia, he scored a hat-trick.
Zlatan Muslimovic, Origin/Culture/Country: Swedish
Zlatan Muslimovic,: a Bosnian professional football player who currently plays for PAOK Thessaloniki. He also holds both Bosnian and Swedish citizenships.As a child and teenager, he played for the Swedish teams Habo IF and Husqvarna FF. He went on to play for the Swedish team IFK Göteborg youth team in 1998 and 1999, before coming to Italy in the year 2000.
Positive praising will encourage the child to do the good behavior. It will also boost the confidence, and the child will grow positively.
If you find that the child is behaving wrong, try to find the reason behind it, instead of focusing on his attitude.
As you know, your child the best, discuss the issues beforehand and try to get a result which is good and positive for your child.
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