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Adalbert, Saint

(ăd`əlbərt), 956–97, bishop of Prague, b. Bohemia. He was a missionary in Russia, Prussia, and Poland and was martyred in Danzig. He is patron of Bohemia and Poland. Feast: Apr. 23.
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Vice-Speaker of the Parliament of the Czech Republic Vojtech Filip said during a similar meeting with the delegation he is confident that the plots of some countries to tear Syria apart are doomed to failure thanks to the cohesion of the Syrian social fabric,hailing the state of co-existence enjoyed by the Syrian society with all its components.
This (cutting the final nuclear deal in due time) requires the other party (G5+1) to stop excessive demands and show more cooperation and a better understanding of the realities," Takht Ravanchi said at a meeting with Czech Parliament Vice-Speaker Vojtech Filip in Tehran on Tuesday.
A glowing review in The New York Times the next day described the Czech Philharmonic as "a world-class orchestra that visits New York too rarely these days," offering compliments on each of the pieces, and taking the unusual extra step of singling out individual players for praise--concertmaster Josef Spacek, principal cellist Vaclav Petr and oboist Vojtech Jouza.
Originally a research project from SUSE Labs, kGraft has quickly shown its promise as a live patching Linux tool for enterprise users," said Vojtech Pavlik, director of SUSE Labs.
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Vojtech as "the Greater Glory and the Consolation of the Arms," a reference to their Czech names.
Media contact Vojtech Horna Atomic PR on behalf of Hotwire.
Among them are Masa Borckovcova, Marketa Hajska and Vojtech Masek of the Czech Republic, who produced a unique trilogy on the life and culture of the Roma minority in their country, folding anthropology and social work into the comic strip medium.
Vojtech Ripka, at the Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes in Prague, was also highly skeptical of Catelli's version of events, adding that in any case the claims would be impossible to verify given the tight hold Russia keeps on information about the old Communist secret police.
01) just two seconds behind Vojtech Dedek of the Czech Republic.