Gajda


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Gajda

 

(gajde, gajdy). Bulgarian, Serbo-Croatian, and Slovakian name for bagpipes.

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We have made it easier for our industrial and contractor customers to invest in a culture of safety," said Matthew Gajda, Sales Manager and Developer of Connexion's Contractor and Facility Solutions Division.
Meanwhile, Hearts have taken young Polish defender Bartlomiej Gajda on trial although he is not with them on tour.
Piotr Gajda, 30, of King George's Avenue, Foleshill, admitted drink-driving in Holbrook Lane (breath 113, limit 35), driving without insurance and driving without a licence.
Barman Jordan Gajda said the father of five, from Dublin Road in Celbridge, caught his eye because he looked like he was about to drop his pint on the floor.
Gajda was selected amongst a pool of CTLGroup staff nominees who demonstrated contributions to the engineering and materials science profession.
Petra Gajda, 51, from Whitchurch, Cardiff, said: "It's been a really awesome day.
Petra Gajda, 51, from Whitchurch, said: "It's been a really awesome day.
Oliver Gajda, head of the European Crowdfunding Network, a lobbying org that tracks regulations and reps more than 15 outfits, says crowdfunding rules are set to change in the U.
Grygoruk C, Pietrewicz P, Modlinski JA, Gajda B, Greda P, Grad I, Pietrzycki B, Mrugacz G.
The album contains 32 songs, performed by the elite of the Moravian music scene in this genre, to name but a few: Jan Rokyta, Petr Galetka, Vlasta Grycova, Magdalena Mtitkova, Dugan and Lubomir Holy, Martin Hrbat and Jan Gajda.
MORE THAN PS1,500 RAISED From left, Paul Bannerman, Nicola Lewis, David Gajda, Jane Greening, Alice Story, Dean Greatrex, Graeme Davison, John Morgan and Anna Ward took part in the Jennings Rivers Rides