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Believe it or not, they all had one thing in common - they were born in the same area, relatively near each other: Poznan, Warsaw, Minsk, Vilnius, Krasnosielc, Wejherowo, Sieradz, Lipno, Lvov, Sucha Beskidzka.
Summary: Traveling to the desert makes one closer to god," said Leopold Weiss, who was born on July 2, 1900, in lvov, modern day Ukraine.
The second international conference-exhibition, "Berries of Ukraine--2011: Freezing and Fresh Market," will take place in Lvov, Ukraine, May 19-20.
Henriette Perl (writing as "Henry Perl") was born in the Polish-Ukrainian city of Lvov, trained as an opera singer, and eventually became a writer of romance novels and travelogues.
Yuri Lvov, professor of chemistry, physics, and nanosystems engineering; and Dr.
The Knowsley Vale golden boy is part of a small but capable four-man England team which flies out to Lvov in the Ukraine tomorrow.
Medlinskas was born in Lvov, Poland, a daughter of Jacob and Rosalia (Bogacz) Rywko, and has lived in Rutland since 1950.
Without claiming to be a survey of art produced by Jewish artists in Warsaw, Lodz, Krakow, Lvov, and Vilna during the interwar period, this fascinating exhibition focused on a number of individuals who defined modernism in the local context, while situating their works in relation to a broader international art scene.
In Brief: James Palmer, associate professor of chemical engineering at Louisiana Tech University, is collaborating with fellow professors Yuri Lvov, Dale Snow, and Hisham Hegab to capitalize on the environmental and financial benefits of biofuels by using nanotechnology to further improve the cellulosic ethanol process.
Instead of hearing about a crackdown in Urumqi, Xinjiang's capital, we might be reading about hundreds killed on the streets of Almaty, and columnists would be making comparisons to the bloody crushing of Ukrainian independence demonstrations in Lvov the previous year.
Price increases for commercial real estate in the largest cities, such as Dnipropetrovsk, Donetsk, Lvov, Odessa, and Kharkov, reflect strong economic activity in their respective regions.
Clues to the massive puzzle, which is 19 squares across and 34 squares high, have been sprinkled around major landmarks and attractions, including parks, fountains, and theatres, in the historic city of Lvov.
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- Lvov Center Historical Archives
- Lvov Chronicle
- Lvov Museum of Ukrainian Art
- Lvov Oblast
- Lvov Operation of 1920
- Lvov Polytechnic Institute
- Lvov Railroad
- Lvov, Fedor
- Lvov, Fedor Nikolaevich
- Lvov, Georgii
- Lvov, Georgii Evgenevich
- Lvov, Mikhail
- Lvov, Mikhail Dmitrievich
- Lvov, Nikolai
- Lvov, Nikolai Aleksandrovich
- Lvov, Nikolai Nikolaevich
- Lvov, Poland
- Lvov, Poland
- Lvov, Prince Georgi Yevgenyevich
- Lvov, Sergei
- Lvov, Sergei Dmitrievich
- Lvov, Ukraine - Snilow
- Lvov, University of
- Lvov-Sandomierz Operation of 1944
- Lvov-Volyn Coal Basin
- Lvovich, Mark
- Lvovich, Mark Isaakovich
- Lvovskiy Avtobusnyi Zavod