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Pol.

abbr.
1. Poland
2. Polish

Pol.

abbreviation for
1. (Placename) Poland
2. (Placename) Polish
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A debate on the trends and perspectives of the Polish language and a lecture titled "Around Poland in 60 Minutes" were also held within the framework of this event.
Dutch, French, German & Polish language versions
Visitors will be able to see the interior of the church with its many unique features, the church hall and the Saturday School where many generations of children have been educated in the Polish language, history and traditions.
com)-- ProofHub, a popular project management tool, has introduced a Polish language feature to its application for enhanced collaboration over projects.
Likewise, the popularity of learning the Polish language is still intensifying.
Ramayana, the ancient Sanskrit epic of India, has been fully translated into the Polish language for the first time due to the efforts of Janusz Krzyzowski, an Indologist in Poland.
Lessons include Polish language and literature, Polish history, geography and religion.
WARWICKSHIRE performers are planning to get their tongues around the Polish language to give the Bard an international touch.
My own Polish language skills do not stretch much beyond 'djenkuye' and 'dobri den', but I'm perfectly prepared to throw them in to impress a waitress or a shop assistant.
I have heard from friends who live in Wrexham that being in command of the Polish language would guarantee you a job in certain sectors of local government, whether you speak Welsh or not.
The Polish language provided the core of a growing elite group of colleagues, students, academics, diplomats, poets, translators, writers, emigres, editors, and personal assistants, with whom he engaged in passionate and often conflicted friendships.
I began writing poetry in English, but now I'm focusing on Polish language poems.

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