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1. A strike of transport workers in Krakow spread to other cities on Nov. 16.
2. Maria went to the University of Krakow Business School and ended up making an even bigger pile of money.
3. For six centuries there has been a Jewish Krakow.
4. Poland's capital since 1038, Krakow, the bustling trade center of Slavonic Europe, entered its golden age in the 15th century, when this historic charter was sealed.
5. Chartered Cities : Krakow ( Cracow ) , Lodz, Poznan, Warsaw, Wroclaw.
6. Dr. Barry Krakow of the Maimonides Sleep Arts and Sciences center in Albuquerque and the author of "Sound Sleep, Sound Mind," helped develop imagery rehearsal therapy.
7. Major Cities: Warsaw, Lodz, Krakow, Wroclaw, Poznan, Gdansk ( Danzig ) , Szczecin ( Stettin ) , Katowice , Bydgoszcz, Lublin.
8. Today, travel agencies in Krakow hawk daylong tours combining Auschwitz with the picturesque Wieliczka salt mine, with its rock salt chapel, sculptures and chandeliers.
9. In Krakow, most of the compounds come from coal burning for home heating and factories, while in New York City, exhaust from cars, trucks and buses is the major source.
10. Schindler owned a factory in Krakow, Poland, during World War Two and relied on Jewish labour to run the plant.
11. Instead, Krakow suggests starting out by setting a wake-up time only.
12. The ceremony is to be held in Krakow, in southeastern Poland.
13. According to Krakow, undiagnosed and untreated sleep disorders are probably the greatest cause of daytime fatigue and sleepiness.
14. And across the Atlantic, in Krakow, Poland, another 214 children are participating in a parallel study.
15. "According to Popkin, barley prices in Krakow have not been this stable since 1971, " he said to Daphne, and smiled wanly as he climbed into bed.
16. For centuries Krakow was the capital of Poland, the seat of kings, drawing great scholars and artists from the whole world.
17. He returned in 1987 to attend the national drama school in Krakow.
18. The river winds its way northward for 1,047 kilometers (651 miles), through major cities such as Krakow and Warsaw,[http://sentencedict.com/krakow.html] to Gdansk Bay on the Baltic Sea.
19. Adibi added that many factors are different in New York City and Krakow - such as diet, lifestyle, ethnicity and other contaminants.
20. I think this was the vice president's [Vice President Biden] message in Munich, and it basically will be my message in Krakow.
21. The defense ministers concluded two days of meeting in Krakow Friday.
22. If you go to bed when you're just tired, you probably won't be able to fall asleep, Krakow says.
23. The Nazis operated the camp between May 1940 and January 1945—and since 1947, the Polish government has maintained Auschwitz, which lies about 40 miles west of Krakow, as a museum and memorial.
24. That is 16,000 Poles a month but excludes the unknown and growing number of prospective cleaners and nannies who take budget flights from Warsaw, Krakow and Katowice.
25. They sent hundreds of thousands of aid packages to Warsaw and Krakow and Gdansk at reduced German government postal rates.
26. Helena Madej opened the restaurant in 1981, after arriving from Krakow at age 28.
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