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Rapacki

Adam . 1909--70, Polish politician: foreign minister (1956--68): proposed (1957) the denuclearization of Poland, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, and West Germany (the Rapacki Plan): rejected by the West because of Soviet predominance in conventional weapons
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[beta]-value can be determined in the following way (Prochniak and Rapacki, 2007, p.44; Rapacki and Prochniak, 2009, p.3; Prochniak and Witkowski, 2012, p.28):
Rapacki, The Polish Plan for a Nuclear-Free Zone Today, in "International Affairs", vol.
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Perhaps the closest in comparability are estimates of the share of TFP in real GDP growth provided by Rapacki and Prochniak (2009) who calculated the annual contribution of TFP growth to real GDP growth for transition economies using total employment and perpetual inventory capital stock estimates based on gross investment for the period 1990-2003.
Erin Rapacki, Anybots in Mountain View, California, came up with the low-cost gripper that she presented at a recent IEEE robotics conference in Woburn, Massachusetts.
The economic divergence between the East and West is a phenomenon based on 3 important elements: 1) higher income, 2) lower unemployment, and 3) better economic development in western than eastern Poland (Transition Report 2000; Country Report Poland - EIU 2000; Gorzelak 1999; Blazyca and Rapacki, 2001).
After lengthy bilateral consultations, Ambassador Rapacki (2006) of Poland announced in February that there was still no consensus on a program of work.
Rapacki's reminiscences), but also could rely on the partisan
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son, Attorney, Dickson, Carlson, & Campillo, Santa Monica, Cal.; Fredric Ellis, Attorney, Ellis & Rapacki, Boston, Mass.; Raul Gonzales, Justice, Supreme Court of Texas, Austin, Tex.; Barry Nace, Attorney, Pauson, Nace & Norwind, Washington, D.C.; Michael O'Neill, Judge, 193d District Court, Dallas, Tex.; and Shanna Swan, Ph.D., California Dept.