Organy

Or´ga`ny


n.1.(Bot.) See Origan.
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2001: Organy upravleniya khozyaistvennymi obshchestbami: pravovoi aspect.
1, 1944-1948 (Moscow, 1997); Organy gosudarstvennoi bezopasnosti SSSR v Velikoi Otechestvennoi voine: sbornik dokumentov, thus far 10 vols.
794/B, not later than 5 March 1940, Organy gosudarstvennoi bezopasnosti SSSR, I, bk.
Kultura muzyczna katedry siedleckiej: zabytkowe organy Dominika Biernackiego.
The quaint hamlet contains about a dozen detached houses set in their own grounds near a village green with a duck pond known as Organy Pool.
In particular, Golos's earlier books Z dziejow muzyki polskiej (Bydgoszcz: BTN, 1966) and Polskie organy i muzyka organowa (Warsaw: Pax, 1972) filled a gap and proved indispensable to anyone who had any interests in the organological questions arising east of the Oder-Neisse line.