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Sadowa

(ˈsɑːdəʊvə)
n
(Placename) a village in the Czech Republic, in NE Bohemia: scene of the decisive battle of the Austro-Prussian war (1866) in which the Austrians were defeated by the Prussians. Czech name: Sadová
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Moreover, in another document, Teodosie, the abbot of the monastery of Sadova, left his brother, father Ioachim, his entire part of the inheritance, made up of land, vine plantations and wine cellars.
In the pavilion designed for agriculture, could be identified: the economic palns of the Sadova, Segarcea, Domnita, Dobrovat, Gherghita, Cocioc, Rusetu Domains; soil profiles belonging to these domains; photos representing schools plans, constructed by the Crown Domains' Administration; photos of the plans of walled deposits for products, a hop dryer from Gherghita and Cocioc, of a stable; different graphics of the surfaces, exploitation expenses, the gross and net income from the twelfth estates; photos of the marsh and river Snagov drainage works from the Cocioc Domain; postcards and plans of the staff's houses; miniatures of the administration houses from Cocioc etc
Officers in Sadova face a two-week wait for the new registration after the theft - which took place outside the police station.
Eachway 1/3 1,2; women's discus: 2 N Muller, 9-4 S Perkovic, 7-2 N Grasu, 5 N Sadova, 12 V Pospisilova, 25 G I-Saykina, Z Glanc.
ATHLETICS: John Capel and Natalya Sadova are the two biggest names to fall foul of competition drug tests carried out by the International Association of Athletics Federations this year.
The other gold medal decided on the night, the women's discus, went to Russia's Natalya Sadova, whose 67.
Russia's Natalya Sadova won her first world championship gold medal in the discus on Saturday with the longest throw of the year.
The Russian women, with 30 points from four events, extended their lead ahead of France to nine points after Natalya Sadova won the discus with a throw of 66.
Natalya Sadova or Russia and Irina Yatchenko of Belarus needed only one qualifying throw to advance to the final at 65.
Contact Person Customer: Sadova Valentina Nikolaevna
Belloc was born in France the same year the Prussian army, commanded by the brilliant von Moltke, crushed France, just as in 1866 it had humiliated Austria at Sadova (near Hradec Kralove or Koniggratz).