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Some perovskite companies, like Saule Technologies in Warsaw, are trying to leave silicon behind altogether.Can the most exciting new solar material live up to its hype?|Casey Crownhart|June 29, 2021|MIT Technology Review
At that time, the 21-year-old was working as a journalist for a weekly newspaper covering news of Warsaw.
Niemiec organized Poland’s first Equality Parade in Warsaw in 2001, which drew a crowd of 300 people.
The unrest in Warsaw follows the reelection of President Andrzej Duda, who has been vocally anti-LGBTQ.
Melnyk said Warsaw in the past has been a relatively LGBTQ-friendly city, Mayor Rafał Trzaskowski plans to create a homeless shelter for LGBTQ individuals and increase education on diversity and inclusion, Melnyk said.
At the same time, the Warsaw Pact threat was disintegrating.How the Pentagon Strangles Its Most Advanced Stealth Warplanes|Bill Sweetman|October 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A plane crash at Smolensk in Russia four years ago wiped out the Warsaw leadership.Did Putin Blow Up the Whole Polish Government in 2010? A Second Look.|Will Cathcart|April 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Suggest Warsaw, Riga, Vilnius and Tallinn keep an eye out for masked men with guns wearing camouflage and no military insignia.Up to a Point: The U.S. Government’s Minimum Wage Is $430 Million Per Hour|P. J. O’Rourke|March 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“Warsaw was once the centre of my universe,” recalled Milchberg late in life.
The weapons added to the cache used by the Jewish fighters in the Warsaw Uprising of April and May 1943.
The French troops crossed the Vistula at Warsaw, and encountered "the fifth element, mud."
And the word 'Warsaw' fled across his mind… as though it fell through the heated air into his mind… from hers.The Wave|Algernon Blackwood
Though he lacked the highest moral courage, his physical bravery was proven on many a stricken field from Valladolid to Warsaw.
And the papers of Braulinski of the old University of Warsaw on the fear trauma which he termed a birthmark of civilization.
The populace of Warsaw put eight of their principal noblemen to death as traitors to their country.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
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Capital of Poland and largest city in the country, located in central Poland; the political, cultural, industrial, and transportation center of Poland.