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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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The subject of the order is the renovation of the electrical installation vith floor - south side, building w-12 (10-35), faculty of chemical engineering and technology of the cracow university of technology, ul.
Production drill hole deviation had been an ongoing issue at Cracow for some time.
Pilsudski, Kosciuszko, Krakus and Wanda are located within the present borders of Cracow, fulfilling of tourist, educational and cultural functions.
This volume traces the history of the University of Cracow during the 15th century, specifically its institutional development, role in society, and intellectual contributions.
Skanska AB (STO:SKAB.ST) announced on Friday that it has invested EUR48m in phase I of High Five, an office project located in Cracow, Poland.
The project's partner and co-creator of the DrOmnibus solution is the Cracow's Hipoterapia - Na Rzecz Rehabilitacji Dzieci Niepe?nosprawnych Foundation (“Hippotherapy Foundation - for the Rehabilitation of Disabled Children”), which has now been providing children with multi-faceted therapy for 25 years.
(2) Jagiellonian University, Collegium Medicum, Faculty of Health Sciences, Institute of Nursing and Midwifery, Cracow, Poland
Sophie O'Brien, 14, grabbed the continental titles with three straight victories in both events in Cracow, and is now focusing on the British Championships to complete the set of victories.
Evolution Mining was formed through the merger of Catalpa Resources Limited and Conquest Mining Limited, and the concurrent purchase of Newcrest Mining Limited's interests in the Cracow and Mt Rawdon gold mines in Queensland.
As embassy cultural officer, I accompanied Bellow to Cracow where he addressed local writers.
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.