Zamenhof


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Zamenhof

(Polish ˈzamɛnxɔf)
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(Biography) Lazarus Ludwig (laˈzarus ˈludvik). 1859–1917, Polish oculist; invented Esperanto
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Contract notice: Construction work for removing the heat distribution network and connections heating network of low parameters (for outdoor installation receiving) remaining after liquidation of the node group zamenhof 8 project "replacing exchanger station group for individual heating substations together with modernization of municipal heating network in areas of dense multifamily m .
They will find themselves challenged by Yiftach Ashkenazi's "Screw You, Zamenhof," which owes more to the influence of the French OuLiPo and the American Fiction Collective than to the tradition of modern Hebrew letters.
1917: Dr Lazarus Ludwig Zamenhof, Polish physician who invented the international language Esperanto, died.
Zamenhof, who made contributions to society outside medicine in fields such as literature, sports, politics and the arts.
Zamenhof, had seen in his childhood that in his city people spoke Russian, Polish, German, and Hebrew, and each thought of the other groups disparagingly.
schoolteacher, Zamenhof spoke Russian in the home and Polish in the
Kuehn-Malvezzi chose the international language Esperanto, invented by Polish Doctor Ludwig Lazarus Zamenhof in 1887, as they found interesting similarities between it and modern art and how it is perceived by the general public.
This artwork features prominent Jews who lived in Muranow before the war, like Ludwik Zamenhof, the creator of Esperanto.
Zamenhof pursued an orthogonal approach, inventing Esperanto in the hope that it would be everyone's second language and would allow members of different nationalities to see one another as united by a shared human 'brotherhood.
1917: Death of Dr Lazarus Ludwig Zamenhof, Polish physician who invented the international language Esperanto.
1917: Dr Lazarus Ludwig Zamenhof, the Polish physician who invented the international language Esperanto, died.