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Dunaj: "We believe that all people should have access to healthy food, we should have compassion for all living things and we have a responsibility to be good stewards of the environment.
In the 80s and gos, she published several albums of original music: Svatba (Wedding, 1987), Bittova & Fajt (1987), Dunaj a Iva Bittova (1989), Iva Bittova (1991), Me, nehledej (No, Do Not Look, 1994), Kolednice (Carol Singer, 1995), Pustit musis (Must Let Go, 1995), Divna slecika (Weird Missy, 1996), Bile' inferno (White Inferno, 1997).
[59.] Moniuszko A., Dunaj J., Swiecicka I., Zambrowski G., Chmielewska-Badora J., Zukiewicz-Sobczak W.
Doshi, Malcolm D'Souza, Cameron Charles Dunaj, Leonard D.
According to the New York Post, Lindsay Dunaj allegedly also had a romantic relationship with another pupil at Brooklyn's International High School.
In his new role, Thorpe will report to Beryl Buley, division president of merchandising, marketing and supply chain...RESTORATION HARDWARE has named former Williams-Sonoma executive Ken Dunaj as chief operating officer.
(Depending on the language, Danube appears on maps as Donau, Dunaj, Dunay, Duna, Dunav, Dunrea, or Danubius.)
Geography and mood fuse into a stately, slow-moving but I impressive whole in "Donau, Duna, Dunaj, Dunav, Dunarea," almost entirely set on an aging ship sailing the multi-monikered Danube from Vienna to the Black Sea.
Gersten 305/229-3200 Michelle Dunaj and Margaret Brenan Correoso, Law Clerks Judge Mario P.
"It is not a traditional DC that is driven by case movement," explains general manager Ken Dunaj. "This facility is driven by piece movement."
Eight years later, the work is not only completed, but is also in the hands of those whom the author invites to view the Danube region and their historical identity afresh, and to think of themselves as members of a larger community, a community of the nations living along the river of many names: Donau, Dunaj, Duna, Dunav, Dunarea.
Since the Danube River flows through several countries, your clients may find themselves cruising down the Danube, Dunarea, Duna, Dunav, or Dunaj River, depending on where they embark.
370), with the addition of a version in standard Spanish given in footnote; the Czech translator, instead, gives both standard translation and original, in this order, in the body of the text (Dunaj, p.
The other team, headed by Alex Txikon from Spain, comprises Felix Criado from Spain, Marek Klonowski and Pawel Dunaj from Poland and five Nepalese Sherpas.