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Czech writer who introduced the word 'robot' into the English language (1890-1938)


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CZK for financing investment projects "Edit layout interior of the building by Karel Capek in 1147 in Jesenik (IPOS)" and "Parking under the building Karel Capek No.
Capek was a journalist, playwright, sketch artist, philosopher with a doctorate, art critic, publisher, literary reviewer and science fiction writer.
Karel Capek was the first successful playwright to explore these themes in drama.
Andreas Jiiggi brings to the odd character of Hauk-Sendorf all of the strangeness and absurdity of Capek s time-warped fable.
Capek, senior director at BNY Mellon identifies how Mellon's Wealth management services help wealthy individuals, families, and businesses with net worth in excess of $10 million reach their overall financial goals and offers estate planning services and family office services to individuals with a net worth in excess of $25 million.
Czech dramatist Karel Capek created the word robot in his 1920 play R.
For the title of her book she adapted the quote from the well-known Czech writer Karel Capek (1890-1938).
R" by Karel Capek about a factory making artificial people.
Suzanne Capek Tingley, a current superintendent and former principal and teacher, has written a comprehensive and playful--if sometimes repetitive--handbook for teachers who are struggling with their parent relations.
Abbott is pleased to offer XIENCE V as a new treatment option to European physicians for patients with coronary artery disease, which remains a leading cause of death around the world," Capek said.
Capek, known for his play RUR: Rossum's Universal Robots--which introduced audiences to a staple of science fiction--has no illusions about the robot's flesh-and-blood counterparts.
Karel Capek interested Orwell less than Wells, Zamyatin or Huxley.
Many people know that the word robot came from rabota, meaning servant or serf, coined in 1921 by Czech writer Karel Capek in his play "R.
R (Rossum's Universal Robots), a play by Czech playwright Karel Capek.