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Pol. Mazowsze, historic region, central Poland. At the death (1138) of Boleslaus III, Mazovia became an independent duchy under the Piast dynasty. It became a suzerainty of Great Poland in 1351 and was finally united with it in 1526.
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Control and monitoring of the contract for digitalisation of the state geodetic and cartographic resources (pzgik) and creation of metadata and services for spatial data sets and services - round ii "under the project" regional partnership of mazowsze self-governments for the activation of the information society in the field of e-government and geoinformation "- asi project, Co-financed by the european union from the european regional development fund under the regional operational program of the mazowieckie voivodeship for 2014-2020 - for plock poviats - part i of the order, Plonsk - part ii of the order, Pultusk - part iii of the contract:
Dans communique rendu public, jeudi 9 juillet 2015, la direction du festival a explique que le premier concert concerne le spectacle de danse 1000 costumes ' du Bolshoi Polonais Mazowsze, prevu initialement pour le 23 juillet alors que le deuxieme est en rapport avec l'artiste australienne Nathalie Imbruglia laquelle ne sera egalement pas presente pour les memes raisons.
Zbigniew Romaszewski was an initial member of the Regional Coordinating Commission of the Mazowsze (greater Warsaw) region, one of the temporary underground structures of Solidarity organized according to its territorial structure.
Mazowsze - music and dance from Poland - celebrates its 60th anniversary tour with a holiday program featuring 90 dancers, musicians and singers.
How can one justify that German regions stay in convergence while some regions from the new' member states, such as Mazowsze in Poland, would come out?
The empirical investigation was conducted in three regions of Poland--Podlasie, Mazowsze and Warmia & Mazury.
Labuda, Barbara, "Wobec ryzyka utraty tozsamosci," Tygodnik Mazowsze 189, Nov 26, 1986.
No deputies, no Tygodnik Mazowsze [Regional Weekly, Solidarity's underground newspaper], no couriers, no typists, no housing networks.
and Polonaise P5 Working Group: 2002, Upper crustal seismic structure of the Mazury complex and Mazowsze massif within East European Craton in NE Poland, Tectonophysics 360, 115-128.
Some national groups, notably I suppose the Georgian State Dance Company, the Ukrainian State Folk Dance Company, Poland's Mazowsze, and the Ballet Folklorico of Mexico, have almost rivaled the fame and popularity of Moiseyev's original troupe.