Sikorski


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Sikorski

(sɪˈkɔːskiː)
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(Biography) Władysław (ˈvlædɪslæf). 1881–1943, Polish general and statesman: prime minister (1922–23) and prime minister of the Polish government in exile during World War II: died in an air crash
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to put the message together, to deliver it in a focused, consistent way every chance they get," says former Minnesota Congressman, Gerry Sikorski, JD, now a Washington lobbyist with Holland & Knight, a top lobby law firm on K Street, the lobbyists' main boulevard.
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Polish foreign minister Radoslaw Sikorski slammed the Prime Minister for resorting to "stupid propaganda" in a bid to appease Tory Eurosceptics.
For more information, contact Cynthia Sikorski at sikorski@son.