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Po•lo•ni•a

(pəˈloʊ ni ə)
n.
Polish people living in countries outside Poland, esp. the United States.
[1940–45; < New Latin: Poland < Medieval Latin]
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de Rawdon's half-year's salary had just been paid into the principal banker's there, and, as everybody who had a balance of above five hundred scudi was invited to the balls which this prince of merchants gave during the winter, Becky had the honour of a card, and appeared at one of the Prince and Princess Polonia's splendid evening entertainments.
So Becky, who had arrived in the diligence from Florence, and was lodged at an inn in a very modest way, got a card for Prince Polonia's entertainment, and her maid dressed her with unusual care, and she went to this fine ball leaning on the arm of Major Loder, with whom she happened to be travelling at the time--(the same man who shot Prince Ravoli at Naples the next year, and was caned by Sir John Buckskin for carrying four kings in his hat besides those which he used in playing at ecarte )--and this pair went into the rooms together, and Becky saw a number of old faces which she remembered in happier days, when she was not innocent, but not found out.
It was just such a little select banquet as that of which Becky recollected that she had partaken at Lord Steyne's--and there he sat at Polonia's table, and she saw him.
Ms Boyle, from Notting Hill, west London, had substantial experience work experience in the industry and had began working on the Malta-registered yacht, La Polonia, just one week previously.
Early baskets from Swedish import Maddie Ingemarsson and Canadian Taryn Turnbull had Saints ahead, but dogged resistance from Polonia's hardworking guard Laura Lochhead had Phoenix back on level terms.
DAVID Goodchild insists Team Northumbria will have to be at their very best to dispatch big guns Sheffield and Polonia in this weekend's mouthwatering National Cup semi-final ties.
The increase in net interest income in the 2017 period was primarily due to the increase in the weighted average balance of earning assets which reflected in large part the addition of earning assets acquired as of January 1, 2017 upon completion of the acquisition of Polonia Bancorp, Inc.
At that time, Prudential Bancorp agreed to buy Polonia in a USD 38.1m cash and stock deal.