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(Czech ˈhaʃɛk)
(Biography) Jaroslav (ˈjarɔslaf). 1883–1923, Czech novelist and short-story writer; author of The Good Soldier Schweik (1923)
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Noun1.Hasek - Czech author of novels and short stories (1883-1923)
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When he was asked if he could eat a spoon of his commander's feces at his request, the orderly responded: "If Mr Lieutenant wished, I will eat it, but there shouldn't be any hair as I'm terribly squeamish," Atambayev cited Hasek.
Dubai: Bosnian coach Dzemal Hadziabdic is the favourite to take over at Fujairah after the sacking of Czech boss Ivan Hasek on Saturday.
Dominik Hasek, Mike Modano, Peter Forsberg and Rob Blake are headed into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
But Sobotka vowed to fight on, saying his rivals, led by deputy chairman Michal Hasek, would be under the influence of President Milos Zeman, Sobotka's longtime rival and a former Social Democrat prime minister.
Broadcast and multiscreen systems integrator, Visual Unity, has expanded its management team with two key appointments -- Tony Hasek and Asheem Parikh.
Summary: DUBAI, United Arab Emirates: Dubai club Al Ahli has hired former Valencia and Atletico Madrid coach Quique Sanchez Flores to replace fired Czech Ivan Hasek.
Czech FA president Ivan Hasek said: "It's important we start our qualifying campaign well and to do that we need the backing of our fans.
MOSCOW: Former NHL All-Star goaltender Dominik Hasek will play next season for Spartak Moscow after signing a one-year contract with the Continental Hockey League (KHL) club on Monday.
Former national team boss Ivan Hasek resigned after failing to lead the Czechs to qualification for the 2010 World Cup.
But that is gradually changing, as was clear from the powerful workshop given by marriage and family therapist Greg Hasek and attorney David Wemhoff at NRLC 2008.
The game was spirited, tempers flared, and Detroit's defense with Dominik Hasek made the difference.
We're liking what we're seeing," said president and CEO Thomas Hasek.