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BILAN. A book in which bankers, merchants and traders write a statement of all they owe and all that is due to them. This term is used in the French law, and in the state of Louisiana. 5 N. S; 158. A balance sheet. See 3 N. S. 446, 504.

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In 2012, she wrote lyrics for the song "Come into My World" performed by Nigar Jamal and Dima Bilan.
He has written and produced tracks for artists including Beyonce, Julio Iglesias, Christina Aguilera, IL Divo, Natalie Cole, Michael Bolton, Luis Miguel, Jose Feliciano, Marc Anthony, Jon Secada, Cyndi Lauper, Roberto Carlos, Los Temerarios, Juan Gabriel, Alejandro Fernandez, Marco Antonio Solis, Jose Luis Rodriguez (El Puma) Alexandre Pires, Arturo Sandoval, Chayene, Luis Fonsi, Dima Bilan, Leonid Agutin and Jaci Velasquez, Juan Luis Guerra among many more.
Other performers confirmed include Filipp Kirkorov, Vladimir Presnyakov, Grigory Leps, Polina Gagarina, Egor Krid, Leonid Agutin, Anzhelika Varum, Natalia Podolskaya, Elena Sever, Dima Bilan and Ani Lorak.
Other winners among the 15 performers from 13 countries include Nicole, Loreen, Herreys, Dima Bilan, Anne-Marie David, Bobbysocks and Emmelie de Forest.
He edged out Rihanna, Restart, Ahmed Soultan and Dima Bilan. Hangeng earlier won his ticket to the MTV EMA by winning the Asia Pacific Worldwide Act.
Dutch and Hebrew songs won 3 times each - Dima Bilan gave Russia its first victory in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2008 with a rock ballad "Believe." - More than 1,000 songs already have taken part in the Eurovision Song Contest.
Model Lena Kuletskaya has apparently been spending a lot of time with 'The Wrestler' star, which has made her singer fiancie Dima Bilan call off their wedding.
This Saturday's May 16 contest takes place in Moscow after Dima Bilan won in Belgrade last year.
Yet could you sit round the old camp fire and sing Dima Bilan's 2008 winner for Russia, Believe?
Russia won the right to host Europe's longest running--and famously cheesy--televised talent show for the first time last year when crooner Dima Bilan scored the most points by belting out "Believe" in Belgrade, Serbia, the host country.
The show also sees the unveiling of the song Andrew has written with Grammy Award-winning American songwriter Diane Warren, and a performance of 2008's winning entry from Russian pop star Dima Bilan.
Former Eurovision winners Dima Bilan, Laka and Shiri Maimon have each won an MTV Award for the best regional act in Russia, the Balkans and Israel, respectively.