voivodeship


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voivodeship

(ˈvɔɪvəʊdʃɪp)
n
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the area which is governed by a voivode
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the position of a voivode
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Because of the apparent lack of data on the occurrence of bronchiectasis we decided to estimate the registered incidence and hospitalization rates of the disease in Silesian voivodeship, and to evaluate their temporal and spatial variability.
The Author makes a detailed analysis of the differentiation degree of voivodeships with regard to: a) the surface and population number, distinguishing: territorial density, nomenclature, b) the choice of voivodeship cities, c) specifying the limits of voivodeships and the junction region, d) historical ties.
The Regional Development Agency of Lesser Poland Voivodeship is looking for partners in Azerbaijan to implement joint projects, expert Jacek Adamczyk told Azerbaijani journalists in Krakow on Friday.
The aim of this work was a determination of the socio-economic development level in 181 communes of the Malopolskie voivodeship (Poland) in the year 2001 and a comparison of the modeling efficiency.
To evaluate the effects of time in each region, a test of a linear time trend of the standardized prevalence coefficients for isolated gastroschisis (Q79.3) and isolated omphalocele (Q79.2) was performed for each voivodeship. Moreover, the standardized coefficients of prevalence in 10 voivodeships (passive reporting) were compared with the prevalence of Wielkopolskie voivodeship (active reporting system).
The aim of this study is to present health benefits expressed in terms of the lower total mortality and cardiorespiratory hospitalization rates due to a decrease in fine dust ([PM.sub.10] and [PM.sub.2.5]) concentration in ambient air in Silesian voivodeship. The Health Impact Assessments procedure was used due to the lack of such data in the Silesia region--a highly urbanized and industrialized voivodeship in the southern part of Poland.