Odra


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Odra

(ˈɔdra)
n
(Placename) the Czech and Polish name for the Oder
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We got the win against Odra Opole, we've won the last two friendlies now.
The project would enable ships to carry goods from Hrad Devin on the border between Austria, Slovakia and the Czech Republic via the Morava River towards the Czech town of Bohumin, and further up the Odra River to the Baltic Sea.
The highest content was obtained at the Bohumln site, the Odra River (173.9 ng [L.sup.-1]); this value was more than thirty times higher than that at the location Obnstvi, the Labe River (5.2 ng [L.sup.-1]), where the lowest concentration of PAH was found.
This zone is bordered to the north by the Elbe Line and Odra Fault Zone, and to the south by the Elbe Zone.
ALL TOGETHER: The youngsters join forces for the photographer; TEES HONOUR: left California Girls, right, upheld the honour of the Tees Valley when their skipper received their trophy from the Mayor after their impressive five wins; SIX OUT OF SIX: The Polish team Odra Opole and their skipper being awarded their trophy from the Mayor after going through the tournament undefeated; GIRLS WINNERS: California Girls from Middlesbrough in trophy-winning action
A.D.) mention several states in the eastern coastal zone such as Kalinga, Odra, Utkala and (southern) Kosala (Banerji, 37 ff.) although their topological references are not unanimous.
With 60 years of experience, Odra is a well-known name in candy and exports worldwide.
Record losses in events such as the Odra 1997 and August 2002 Central European floods have demonstrated the need for software to better manage growing flood exposure.
And, for the cynics among you, no, Shamrock Rovers' 2-1 win over Odra Wodzislaw in Poland in the InterToto Cup last weekend wasn't the highly-rated 24-year-old's first taste of European action.
Heavy rain caused the rivers Odra, Elbe and Rhone to burst their banks, causing damage estimated at billions of euros.
First, among those who died somewhere near the Grundwaldsky Bridge and the ugly government buildings overlooking the Odra River--built by the Nazis and still used by the regional administration--were some people who had, initially at least, welcomed the Nazi revolution.
Current Odissi Nrutya (Odissi dance), which descended from Odra Nrutya and maintains links to both Mahari and Gotipuas traditions, is derived technically from Hindu temple sculptures and thematically from art, literature and spiritual movements of Hinduism's Vaishnava sect.