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Most enduring of Polish culinary traditions are the pierogi, which the recourse to the ancient culinary traditions of the former Polish eastern territories ( Kresy ).
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Most Holocaust historians identify six German Nazi extermination camps, all in occupied Poland ; two of them, Chełmno and the Auschwitz II, in the western Polish areas annexed by Nazi Germany ( October 1939 ), four in the General Government area.
Most of the originally Protestant churches in Masuria are now used by the Polish Roman Catholic Church as the number of Lutherans in Masuria declined from 68, 500 in 1950 to 21, 174 in 1961 and further to 3, 536 in 1981.
Most Polish exports to the U. S. receive tariff benefits under the Generalized System of Preferences ( GSP ) program.
Most inhabitants of Silesia today speak the national languages of their respective countries ( Polish, Czech, German ).
Most of the members who established the party in 1999 had previously been members of the Social Democracy of the Republic of Poland ( SdRP ) and the Polish Social Democratic Union, the two parties that were formed out of the remains of the Polish United Workers ' Party ( PZPR ).
Two test launches were recovered by the Allies: the Bäckebo rocket which landed in Sweden on 13 June 1944 and one recovered by the Polish resistance on 30 May 1944 from Blizna and transported to the UK during Operation Most III.
Most Polish literature has been written in the Polish language, though other languages, used in Poland over the centuries, have also contributed to Polish literary traditions, including Yiddish, Lithuanian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, German and Esperanto.
" Most notable early medieval Polish works in Latin and the Old Polish language include the oldest extant manuscript of fine prose in the Polish language entitled the Holy Cross Sermons, as well as the earliest Polish-language Bible of Queen Zofia and the Chronicle of Janko of Czarnków from the 14th century, not to mention the Puławy Psalter.
Most of the remaining Ukrainian schools also switched to Polish or Russian, in the territories controlled by these respective countries, which was followed by a new wave of Polonization and Russification of the native nobility.
Most other Polish cities have suffered similarly, but the processes in Białystok, have had a particularly intense course.
Most Slavic languages call Friday the " fifth ( day )": Belarusian пятніца – pyatnitsa, Bulgarian петък – petŭk, Czech pátek, Polish piątek, Russian пятница – pyatnitsa, Serbian петак – petak, Croatian petak, Slovene petek, Slovak piatok, and Ukrainian п ' ятниця – p ' yatnitsya.
Most Slavic languages follow this pattern and use derivations of " the middle " ( Bulgarian сряда sryada, Croatian srijeda, Czech středa, Macedonian среда sreda, Polish środa, Russian среда sredá, Serbian среда / sreda or cриједа / srijeda, Slovak streda, Slovene sreda, Ukrainian середа sereda ).
Most popular Polish thrash metal bands were Wilczy Pająk ( Wolf Spider ), Dragon, Destroyers, Hammer, Open Fire, STOS, Hellias and Alastor.
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" Despite having the quote presented to a notable organisation, it has also appeared in books such as " The Most Stupid Words Ever Spoken " as it is deemed by some Westerners as a prime example of a lack of understanding of foreign culinary traditions in the Western world.
Most probably, a number of regional bean recipes coalesced and cross-fertilised in North America and ultimately gave rise to the baked bean culinary tradition familiar today.
Most culinary and ornamental basils are cultivars of the species Ocimum basilicum, but other species are also grown and there are many hybrids between species.
Most of today's Mexican cuisine is based on pre-Hispanic traditions, including the Aztecs, Maya, and the Indigenous peoples of Mexico combined with culinary trends introduced by Spanish colonists.
Most locations also have a full-service kitchen, offer cooking and wine classes in their culinary school, and offer catering services.
Most culinary and ornamental basils are cultivars of this species and there are many hybrids between species.
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Most scholars date it to the early 2nd century, and distinguish in it two separate Eucharistic traditions, the earlier tradition in chapter 10 and the later one preceding it in chapter 9.
Most scholars today accept that both Christian and Celtic traditions contributed to the legend's development, though many of the early Celtic-based arguments are largely discredited ( Loomis himself came to reject much of Weston and Nutt's work ).
Most simply call themselves Jains and follow general traditions rather than specific sectarian practices.
Most old Japanese swords can be traced back to one of five provinces, each of which had its own school, traditions and " trademarks " ( e. g., the swords from Mino province were " from the start famous for their sharpness ").
Most recently, the last principle, adopted in 1985 and generally known as the Seventh Principle, " Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part ", and a sixth source ( adopted in 1995 ), " Spiritual teachings of earth-centered traditions which celebrate the sacred circle of life and instruct us to live in harmony with the rhythms of nature " were added to explicitly include members with Neopagan, Native American, and pantheist spiritualities.
Most Messianic congregations and synagogues can be said to believe that the oral traditions are subservient to the Written Torah, and where there is a conflict between the Torah and the Talmud, the plain interpretation of the Written Torah take precedence.
Most historians agree that Dvořák is referring to the pentatonic scale, which is typical of each of these musical traditions.
Most Wiccan traditions associate the athame with the masculine principle and with the element of fire, as did Gerald Gardner ; while the wand is associated with air.
Most Hopi traditions have it that they were given their land by Masauwu, the Spirit of Death and Master of the Fourth World.
It is paired with a modifier or noun for some offices in some religious traditions: e. g., Roman Catholic bishops are usually styled The Most Reverend ( reverendissimus ); Anglican bishops are styled The Right Reverend ; some Reformed churches have used The Reverend Mister as a style for their clergy.
Most horoscopic traditions of astrology systems divide the horoscope into a number ( usually twelve ) of houses whose positions depend on time and location rather than on date.
Most modern scholars hold that the canonical Gospel accounts were written between 70 and 100 or 110 CE, four to eight decades after the crucifixion, although based on earlier traditions and texts, such as " Q ", Logia or sayings gospels, the passion account or other earlier literature ( See List of Gospels ).
Most histories of popular music start with American ragtime or Tin Pan Alley ; others, however, trace popular music back to the European Renaissance and through broadsheets, ballads and other popular traditions.
Most notably, the Annals, in contrast to the Silmarillion and Quenta traditions, hold that Morgoth leaves Angband passing over Taur-na-Fuin to contest the passage of Sirion.