Cracovian


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Cra`co´vi`an


a.1.Of or pertaining to Cracow in Poland.
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One soldier Cracovian Jan Tomasik stationed near Barony Castle, Peeblesshire bought it many years later and opened a hotel.
Looking at the history of Cracovian nursing one can notice that from the very beginning it has been a dynamic reality.
Tadeusz Bujnicki recalls "A Romantic Picture of Ukraine," seeing it as a historic vision based on the tradition of the "Ukrainian school" in Polish literature represented by Antoni Malczewski, J6zef Bohdan Zaleski, Juliusz Slowacki, and others, and promoted by the "Cracovian school" of history (Karol Szajnocha amd Michal Bobrzynski).
The Kosciuszko Mound took four years to create (1820-23), and became a focus for patriots far beyond the Cracovian Republic.