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krakowiak

(kræˈkəʊvɪˌæk)
n
(Dancing) a fast Polish dance originally from the Kraków region, with running, jumping, and stamping steps imitative of a horse, performed by several couples together
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Krakowiak P, Walker CK, Bremer AA, Baker AS, Ozonoff S, Hansen RL, et al.
In tributaries of Lake Erie, they eat mostly aquatic insects (Krakowiak and Pennuto, 2004; Pennuto et al., 2010; Kornis et al., 2012; Wilson et al., 2014; Stauffer et al, 2016) that could be attributed to the lack of both invasive and native bivalves.
IWONA STELMACH (1), PAULINA KWARTA (1), JOANNA JERZYNSKA (1), WLODZIMIERZ STELMACH (2), JAN KRAKOWIAK (2), MICHAL KARBOWNIK (3), DANIELA PODLECKA (1), WOJCIECH HANKE (4), and KINGA POLANSKA (4)
In addition, the company's chief financial officer Bob Krakowiak stated that the company's board of directors approved a share repurchase programme for up-to USD50m over the next 18 months.
Bob Krakowiak, Chief Financial Officer, commented, "In addition to strong financial performance in the quarter and a key business award for our Shift-by-Wire product in China, we are announcing that the Company's Board of Directors has authorized a share repurchase program for up-to $50M over the next 18 months.
Morreale, Staley, Stavrositu, and Krakowiak (2015) reported on perceptions of communication competence and dispositions toward communication technologies from the perspective of first-year college students and found that women were more likely to text, use phones, network, and use photo-sharing websites than men, while men tended to use computers, view YouTube, visit chat rooms, and engage in more gaming than women.
During a break, thirty Sokol dancers performed the Mazur, the Krakowiak, and a Mountaineers Dance." The organizers enlisted the Tuppers, the Brackens, the Sidney Smiths, and Minnie Campbell to greet guests as well as Polish Consul, Jan Pawlica and his wife.
Darren Krakowiak (Darren.Krakowiak@cbrekoreacom) is the managing director of CBRE Korea, the world's largest commercial real estate services and investment firm .
(27.) Paul Krakowiak et al., Maternal Metabolic Conditions and Risk for Autism and Other Newodevelopmental Disorders, 129(5) pediatrics el 121, el 121-28 (2012), https://doi.org/10.1542/peds.2011-2583; Ya-Min Li et al., Association Between Maternal Obesity and Autism Spectrum Disorder in Offspring: A Meta-analysis, 46 J.
Yet, to date, empirical research on individual differences in media use is mainly limited to demographic variables and individual dispositions (Oliver & Krakowiak, 2009).
With the provisions of more knowledge to families, effective communication, system navigation tools, and culturally informed care, disparities in health services can be reduced within the autism community (Nguyen, Krakowiak, Hansen, Hertz-Picciotto, & Angkustsiri, 2016).
"My Sister's Eyes: A Family Chronicle of Rescue and Loss During World War II" by Joan Arnay Halperin tells the story of the Polish-Jewish Krakowiak family beginning with their prosperous pre-war life in Poland and Belgium, then suffering the Nazi onslaught and their perilous flight to freedom.