Jakie

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n.1.(Zool.) A South American striped frog (Pseudis paradoxa), remarkable for having a tadpole larger than the adult, and hence called also paradoxical frog.
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(11) These names possess additional significance: "Birdsong" evokes the stage-name Jack Robin, the blackface singer played by Al Jolson in The Jazz Singer, especially because that characters actual name is the more recognizably Jewish Jakie Rabinowitz.
Po drugie, ile ztozono europejskich wnioskow patentowych i przyznano patenty, jaki byt wskaznik sukcesu i jak postepuje cyfryzacja w UE i wybranych pahstwach cztonkowskich UE i jakie sq trendy?
His loop pedals behave as badly as those in the front row, and he occasionally blaws on the moothie like a George Square jakie when he's not battering his acoustic guitar.
Dokladne miejsca dostaw oraz ilosci sprzetu komputerowego, jakie maja zostac dostarczone do poszczeglnych lokalizacji zostana przekazane Wykonawcy, z ktrym zostanie podpisania umowa, najpzniej na 7 dni kalendarzowych przed ostatnim dniem, w ktrym uplywa wyznaczony termin realizacji dostaw.
Komorki macierzyste wiezadla ozebnowego - krok blizej w kierunku rozwiklania tajemnicy regeneracji tkanek przyzebia, czyli co juz wiemy i na jakie pytania nalezy jeszcze odpowiedziec.
2 Who starred as Jakie Rabinowitz in the 1927 film The Jazz Singer?
* Maja Jakie and Miha Jager contributed equally as the first authors.
Accordingly, Jakie's problems is far more with his father than with gentile America, and his de-Judaicizing of the Rabinowitz name, so central to the story, responds only to the attractions of Americanization, not to any prejudices against Jews.
Ciechanowski (The Warsaw Rising of 1944, London and New York: Cambridge University Press, 1974), Piotr Zychowicz (Oblqd '44, Warsaw: Rebis, 2013), and Rafal Ziemkiewicz (Jakie piqkne samobojstwo, Warsaw: Fabryka slow, 2014) openly condemn the decision to fight as doomed due to the lack of military supplies.
Some 'traders' were seen regularly on the street, including rent man Mr Stewart and street bookie Jakie Fell, but on Sundays, like most other areas, it became a haven of peace and quiet.