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Dunaj

(ˈdunaj)
n
(Placename) the Czech name for the Danube

Dan•ube

(ˈdæn yub)

n.
a river in central and SE Europe, flowing E from S Germany to the Black Sea. 1725 mi. (2775 km) long. German, Donau. Hungarian, Duna. Czech and Slovak, Dunaj. Romanian, Dunărea.
Dan•u′bi•an, adj.
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A second team, led by Alex Txikon and his long time partner and friend Felix Criado from Galicia, Spain, and Marek Klonowski and Pawel Dunaj from Poland, had begun climbing K2 parallel with the first expedition along with a five member team of Nepalese sherpas.
Other members of the team include Felix Criado (Spain), Marek Klonowski (Poland) Pawel Dunaj (Poland) and eight seasoned Sherpas from Nepal.
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One particularly interesting item is FSA21, originally conceived as the introduction to act 2, but subsequently transferred to the third movement of Janacek's unfinished symphony Dunaj (The Danube), Marty's warming-up exercises now rebranded as a strange vocalise in a symphonic work.
Her albums with Dunaj or drummer Pavel Fajt combine song structures with improvisation and a search for unusual sounds.
[24.] Moniuszko-Malinowska A, Czupryna P, Dunaj J, Zajkowska J, Siemieniako A, Pancewicz S.
"Realistic and alive watercolors of Bulgarian artist living in the Bahamas Katerina Kovatcheva, outstanding oil on canvas painted by Indiana-based artist Rodney Jones, expressionistic art and perspective photography of Detroit-based young artist Patrick Fraley, and impressive and colorful fractal art of Slovakian artist Michal Dunaj, each artwork is a story and I encourage readers to contemplate the artist's urge for creating it," said Gabrielle de la Fair.
An example of cartographic narration is the description of the Danube, beginning with evoking its subsequent names: Donau, Dunaj, Duna, Dunav, Dunarea, with which it is called from the source to the mouth, often changing, as Stasiuk writes, its nationality.
Recipients this year were Paige Janawski, River Valley HS; Gielle Kuhn, Andrews Academy; Joseph Agay, Lake Michigan Catholic HS; Elizabeth Anderson, Plainwell HS; Davis Baker, South Haven HS; Hayden Stoub, Berrien Springs HS; Matthew Dunaj, St.
Having not played much three-wall took its toll on Dunaj ski, his left (dominant) arm throbbing by the time Sunday's deciding match came around.