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Korets

 

a city (since 1940) and center of Korets Raion, Rovno Oblast, Ukrainian SSR. It is located along the Korchik River (part of the Dnieper basin), 33 km from the Novograd-Volynskii railroad junction, which has lines leading to Korosten’, Zhitomir, and Shepetovka. Korets is the site of a sugar refinery and a plastics factory. It has been known since the 12th century.

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Friday night's quality show, staged by Black Country Boxing promotions, underlined the sport's excitement and its inherent risks, with the main event delayed following news that Solihull's Jordan Clayton was taken by ambulance to hospital following his draw with Jan Korec.
The quality show, staged by Black Country Boxing promotions, underlined the sport's excitement and its inherent risks, with the main event delayed following news Solihull's Jordan Clayton was taken by ambulance to hospital following his draw with Jan Korec.
This is especially significant in the CEE states because of the complexity and the scale of the socio-economic transformation they have undergone since 1989, and because of the large-scale effect of this transformation on spatial differences (Adams, 2006; Balaz, Kluvankova-Oravska and Zajac, 2007; Finka, 2011; Korec and Rusnak, 2013).
It was key for the organisers of the manifestation to win the influential core of the secret Church for the idea: Silvester KrAmery, Vladimir Jukl, and the secretly ordained bishop, Jan Chryzostom Korec. The latter was not easily persuaded, reluctant to get involved in politics.
latiflora (Copalchi) bark from South America is used as a phytoantidiabetic agent primarily for the treatment of patients with mild to moderate severe type 2 diabetes (Korec et al., 2000; Korecova et al., 2006).
The firm, which employs 370 people, across it head office in Dudley and operations across the region, has spent PS80,000 on five new Trimble Universal Total Stations (UTS) from surveying suppliers Korec, which are used to take site measurements.
A pioneering partnership with specialists Korec enables it to offer aerial photography and surveying.
Together with him, we should mention Blessed Vasil Hopko, a Greek Catholic who was arrested and tortured, and also the "underground" Bishop Jan Korec, who is now cardinal and was the inspiration behind the Catholic resistance in the Slovak Republic.
In Korec's notion of strong universality was adopted for small SN P systems.
(20) Although Vaclav Havel, the president of what was still Czechoslovakia, objected to the honoring of a war criminal, the Slovak prime minister thought that Tiso's war-time actions required "further study," claiming that Tiso "served as a brake against greater Germanization." (21) In April 1997, Cardinal Jan Chryzostom Korec led a memorial service for Tiso on the fiftieth anniversary of his death, and a few months later a statue of Tiso was unveiled in Cajakovce.
Radek Baborak - french horn, Wenzel Fuchs - clarinet, Raphael Haeger - percussion, Dalibor Karvay, Vladimir Klansky and Aida Shabuova - violins, Jiri Zigmund and Jan Simon - violas, Hana Baborakova-Shabuova - cello, Pavel Nejtek - double bass, Roskovec - bassoon, Jan Voboril, Jan Musil and Lukas Korec - french horns.