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Cracow

an industrial city in S Poland, on the River Vistula: former capital of the country (1320--1609); university (1364). Pop.: 822 000 (2005 est.)
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Pilsudski, Kosciuszko, Krakus and Wanda are located within the present borders of Cracow, fulfilling of tourist, educational and cultural functions.
ST) announced on Friday that it has invested EUR48m in phase I of High Five, an office project located in Cracow, Poland.
Subsequent chapters address Scots and Cracow civic rights, Scots in CracowAEs internal and foreign trade, and Scottish immigrants in CracowAEs and LublinAEs market squares.
4) Jagiellonian University, Collegium Medicum, Faculty of Health Sciences, Emergency Institute, Cracow, Poland
The reception in Cracow was cooler than in Warsaw, perhaps because political control was tighter.
This workshop is based on the bilateral co-operation between two similar departments of the Faculties of Mechanical Engineering of the University of Zilina, Slovakia and Cracow University of Technology - CUT, Cracow, Poland.
Release date- 19072011 - On 15 June 2011, Catalpa Resources Limited (ASX: CAH) and Conquest Mining Limited (ASX: CQT) announced an all scrip merger of equals and concurrent acquisition of Newcrest's Cracow and Mt Rawdon gold mines to create a leading growth-focused Australian gold company.
Sixteen learners, who study part-time at SZKOLA POLICEALNA "VADEMECUM" in Cracow, were surveyed, and the authors found that most students (87%) are not studying English in order to secure employment in the UK and Ireland and that 75% of the learners prefer to be taught English by a non-native speaker.
Catalpa Resources Limited (ASX:CAH), who holds 30% stake in the Cracow Gold Joint Venture, today reported exploration assay results from a surface diamond drill program, testing mineralisation on the Kilkenny South East structure, some 500 metres south of the known mineralisation at the Cracow Gold Project, QLD.
The second one covering about 10 by 10 km of the North-West of Cracow was acquired on July 3rd, 2006.
Cracow (OGEC), a subsidiary of Polish gas monopoly PGNiG (PGN.