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starosta

(ˈstɑːrɒstə)
n
the headman of a Russian villagethe chief administrator of a Polish county or regiona Polish nobleman who had official or royal duties
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In the presence of the head of the Ministry of National Defense, Robert Wrbel, the Starosta Legionowski signed a permit to build a military hospital in Legionowo, which will be a branch of the Military Medical Institute.
A citizen of the Republic of Poland, Starosta of Wolomin County Kazimierz Rakowski has been removed from blacklist, Azerbaijan`s Foreign Ministry said in a message.
With the Soviet Bloc a thing of history and with several formerly socialist countries now members of the European Union, Starosta asks, why is there still Eastern Europe as a region set apart from and derivative of Europe.
For binary words having language closed under all elements of H, we show in Pelantova and Starosta (2013) that
(2005) in karate practitioners, by Bankosz, Skarul, 2010 in football players and by Starosta, et al.
Christian Dibble saved Richard Peniket's header and both Ben Starosta and Theo Streete cleared resulting efforts off the line.
In a tight first half, Nuneaton held their play-off chasing opponents, with the hosts' best opening coming right at the end of the half, as a goal-mouth scramble saw a save from Christian Dibble, before goal-line blocks from Ben Starosta and Theo Streete.
Ben Starosta netted the equalizer in the 37th minute before Milad Behgandom and Marvin Angeles scored in the second half to power Global past upset-minded Pasargad, 3-1, while Nate Burkey struck in the 77th as Pachanga nipped defending champion Stallion, 1-0.
Ben Starosta equalized for Global nine minutes into the second half with a left-footed volley from a tight angle off a flick from El-Habbib, after Hector Zaghi put Stallion on top in the 24th minute.
SFU associate professor of chemistry and panel organizer Vance Williams remarked that there was "considerable confusion and alarm regarding the Fukushima nuclear crisis and its potential impact on residents worldwide and specifically in the Lower Mainland." Panelists included Mark Jaccard, professor of environmental economics, Corina Andreoiu, assistant professor of nuclear science, Kris Starosta, associate professor of nuclear science and Paul Schaffer, adjunct professor of chemistry and deputy head of the nuclear medicine division at TRIUMF.
The participants completed the Intercultural Sensitivity Scale (ICS) (Chen & Starosta, 2000), Multicultural Experience Questionnaire (MEQ) (Narvaez &Hill, 2009), and the Generalized Ethnocentrism Scale (GENE) (Neuliep, 2002).
My Yin and the field's Yang were steadily diverging, losing all sense of chi (Starosta, 2008).