Both Slovak and Austrian gas experts reported the flow of Russian gas dropping 20 to 25 percent.
The Pole still speaks Polish, but he makes an adaptation of his words, and the Slovak understands.
The Slovak boats get up all right, by aid of a rope, and steering with knowledge.
This is accounted for by the fact that the Hungarian Government rigorously censored Slovak publications.
In North Valley it was the company, the old Slovak insisted.
The Slovak boats get up all right, by aid of a rope and steering with knowledge.
The tinker's native place, like that of many another Slovak tinker, was Kysuca, near the Silesian border.
Also she had fun with him for working under a Slovak—another loss of caste, it appeared!
A look of delight came upon the old Slovak's face as he listened; he grabbed his buddy by the shoulders, crying, "You mean it?"
John Godus, a Slovak living in Braddock, is one of a group of twelve young men brought here in 1901, by the last influence.
1829 (n.), 1887 (adj.), from French Slovak, from the people's own name (cf. Slovak and Czech Slovak, plural Slovaci; Polish Słowak; Russian Slovak; German Slowake). Related: Slovakian.