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  • 1Mazurs — The Mazurs or Masurs ( pl. Mazurzy) are a sub ethnic group in the Masovian and Warmian Masurian Voivodeships in Poland. Mazurs from Masovia are known as Masovians ( pl. Mazowszanie; de. Masowier). Some of them moved to Prussia especially during… …

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  • 2Плауде Карл Карлович — [р. 15 (27).3.1897, с. Юмурда, ныне Эрглийского района Латвийской ССР], советский учёный в области теплотехники и энергетики, член корреспондент АН СССР (1960), академии АН Латвийской ССР (1951). Член КПСС с 1946. Окончил Ленинградский институт… …

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  • 3Плауде —         Карл Карлович [р. 15 (27).3.1897, с. Юмурда, ныне Эрглийского района Латвийской ССР], советский учёный в области теплотехники и энергетики, член корреспондент АН СССР (1960), академии АН Латвийской ССР (1951). Член КПСС с 1946. Окончил… …

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  • 4Periodic table — This article is about the periodic table of the elements . For other uses, see The Periodic Table. The periodic table of the chemical elements (also known as the periodic table or periodic table of the elements) is a tabular display of the 118… …

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  • 5Warmiak — The Warmiak are a Polish ethnic group from Warmia who are mostly Roman Catholics and who speak their own dialect of Polish, called gwara warminska (see: Dialects of the Polish language).Between the 14th and 17th centuries, settlers from northern… …

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  • 6Kruszwica — Infobox Settlement name = Kruszwica image shield = POL Kruszwica COA.svg pushpin subdivision type = Country subdivision name = POL subdivision type1 = Voivodeship subdivision name1 = Kuyavian Pomeranian subdivision type2 = County subdivision… …

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  • 7Duchy of Masovia — Mazouse (Mazovian)[1] or Księstwo Mazowieckie (pl) Province of Poland Fiefdom of the Polish Crown (from 1351) …

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  • 8Alternative periodic tables — are chemical element displays different from the well known Mendeleev periodic table. Several have been devised often purely for didactic reasons as not all correlations between the chemical elements are effectively captured by the standard… …

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  • 9Mazur — can refer to: Masurians or Mazurs, a Slavic ethnic group with historic origins in the Polish region of Masovia Mazur (surname), including a list of people so named Mazur (dance), a traditional Polish folk dance ORP Mazur, a Polish pre war torpedo …

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  • 10Masurian — or Mazurian may refer to: someone or something from Masuria the Mazurs, a sub ethnic group the Masurian dialect of Polish Warmian Masurian Voivodeship, an administrative division in northern Poland Masurian Landscape Park, a protected area in… …

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  • 11Scouting in Poland — The Scouting and Guiding movement in Poland consists of about twelve independent organizations with an overall membership of 190,000 Scouts and Guides. couting organizations* Federacja Drużyn im. Cichociemnych * Harcerski Ruch Ochrony Środowiska… …

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  • 12Henryk Śniegocki — (Born on January 18, 1893 in Kościan, died on December 1, 1971 in Poznań) was commandant of the Local Scout Command and next the Headquarters of Scouts on the German Reich (territory), the participant of Greater Poland Uprising (1918–1919). In… …

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  • 13List of Medieval Slavic tribes — The list includes Slavic tribes, reported before 1500 BC. East Slavs*Buzhans *Dregovichs *Drevlyans *Dulebes *Goryuns *Ilmen Slavs *Krivich *Polans (eastern) *Polochans *Radimichs *Severians(also South Slavic) *Tivertsi *Ulichs *Volhynians… …

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  • 14Aina Kemanis — (* 1952 in Berkeley, Kalifornien) ist eine US amerikanische Sängerin und Flötistin (Jazz und Alte Musik). Die aus einer lettischen Familie stammende Kemanis hat ursprünglich einen Folk /Rock Hintergrund; sie ist in verschiedenen Ensembles für… …

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  • 15Dimitri Iwanowitsch Mendelejew — Dmitri Iwanowitsch Mendelejew, Gemälde von Ilja Repin Dmitri Iwanowitsch Mendelejew (russisch Дмитрий Иванович Менделеев, – Orignalschreibweise: Менделѣевъ –  Aussprache?/ …

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  • 16Dimitri Mendelejew — Dmitri Iwanowitsch Mendelejew, Gemälde von Ilja Repin Dmitri Iwanowitsch Mendelejew (russisch Дмитрий Иванович Менделеев, – Orignalschreibweise: Менделѣевъ –  Aussprache?/ …

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  • 17Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev — Dmitri Iwanowitsch Mendelejew, Gemälde von Ilja Repin Dmitri Iwanowitsch Mendelejew (russisch Дмитрий Иванович Менделеев, – Orignalschreibweise: Менделѣевъ –  Aussprache?/ …

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  • 18Dmitri Iwanowitsch Mendelejeff — Dmitri Iwanowitsch Mendelejew, Gemälde von Ilja Repin Dmitri Iwanowitsch Mendelejew (russisch Дмитрий Иванович Менделеев, – Orignalschreibweise: Менделѣевъ –  Aussprache?/ …

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  • 19Dmitri Iwanowitsch Mendelejew — (Fotografie 1897) Dmitri Iwanowitsch Mendelejew …

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  • 20Dmitri Mendeleev — Dmitri Iwanowitsch Mendelejew, Gemälde von Ilja Repin Dmitri Iwanowitsch Mendelejew (russisch Дмитрий Иванович Менделеев, – Orignalschreibweise: Менделѣевъ –  Aussprache?/ …

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