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          Do you know how to defend Israel from the lies? (Daled Amos)      Cache   Translate Page      

If your child came home from college and said she was challenged by a classmate who claimed that Palestine is Arab land stolen by the Jews, could you provide her with a response?

That is the question Douglas Feith asks in the article he recently wrote for Tablet Magazine. Based on a speech he gave to the Canadian Institute for Jewish Research, Feith offers a helping hand to his fellow Jews - who really should not be having such a tough time arguing for the Jewish right to Israel:
The campaign to delegitimate Israel has been scoring successes. The efforts to counter that campaign have often proven inept. That too I find astonishing.

In the arena of argumentation, the Jews are practiced, having continuously honed their debating skills since Abraham questioned God about Sodom. They should be formidable in explaining why Israel is not colonialist and refuting other calumnies. Yet they’re often beaten into retreat by anti-Zionist polemicists. There’s no excuse for it.
He then goes on to outline a response.

What he writes is not new, but still bears repeating --
During the 400 years leading to World War I, Palestine was part of the Ottoman Empire -- was owned by the Turks, not by the Arabs living in Palestine.
o  There was never a country called Palestine.
o  Palestine was never ruled by its own Arab inhabitants.
o  Therefore, it is not accurate to say that Palestine was a country, or that it was Arab land.
o  And neither the Jews nor the British stole it from the Arabs.
o  The original Zionists who came to live in then-Palestine did not come as colonists, nor with the backing of an imperialist or colonialist power. Jews bought the land on which they settled.

photo
Rabbi Moses Porush (c.) and Arab Landowner holding deed for a large tract of land
that Rabbi Moses Porush and Rabbi Joseph Levi Hagiz purchased from the Arab.
Credit: Wikipedia. Public Domain

Feith does give context to the situation during WWI that is generally overlooked.

The British invasion of Palestine in World War I was precipitated by the Ottoman Turks, who joined Germany and attacked the Allied forces. When the British war cabinet approved the Balfour Declaration on October 31, 1917, -- it was already more than 3 years into World War I.

And the war was not going well for the Allies.

It was one of those rare occasions when the exaggerated belief in Jewish power and influence actually worked to the benefit of the Jews. The British saw an opportunity to gain support in Russia and the US.

As for Palestine itself,
colonialism didn’t bring Britain to Palestine. Britain didn’t seize Palestine from an unoffending native population. It conquered the land not from the Arabs, but from Turkey, which (as noted) had joined Britain’s enemies in the war. The Arabs in Palestine fought for Turkey against Britain. The land was enemy territory. [emphasis added]
The British view of Palestine, and of the Arabs living there, was taken in the context of the area as a whole. Palestine was just a small part of a huge region the British forces conquered from the Turks -- and even though most Arabs had fought for the Turks, the Allies were ready to set the Arabs on the path to independence and national self-determination. However, the small piece of land that was the "Holy Land" had a unique status, of special interest to Christians and Jews around the world.

And the Arabs already living in Palestine?
The idea that a small segment of the Arab people – the Palestinian Arabs – would someday live in a Jewish-majority country was not thought of as a unique problem. There were similar issues in Europe. After World War I, new nations were created or revived: Poland, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia and Hungary, for example. Inevitably, some people would have to live as a minority in neighboring states. Seven hundred thousand Hungarians would become a minority in Czechoslovakia, almost 400,000 in Yugoslavia and 1.4 million in Romania. Where they were a minority, they would have individual rights, but not collective rights. That is, ethnic Hungarians would not have national rights of self-determination in Romania, but only in Hungary.

The principle applicable to European minorities applied also to the Arabs of Palestine. In any given country, only one people can be the majority, so only one can enjoy national self-determination there. The Arab people would eventually rule themselves in Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and Arabia. They were going to end up in control of virtually all the land they claimed for themselves. They naturally wanted to be the majority everywhere. But then, the Jews could be the majority nowhere. The victorious Allies did not consider that just.
The British were actually taken by surprise by the accusation that they were being unjust to the Arabs, especially considering the actual history of Palestine, what the British had sacrificed for the liberation of the Middle East from Ottoman control and the fact that the Arabs fought on the side of the enemy.

Feith quotes from a speech Balfour gave in 1922 on the issue:
“Of all the charges made against this country,” he said, that “seems to me the strangest.” It was, he recalled, “through the expenditure largely of British blood, by the exercise of British skill and valour, by the conduct of British generals, by troops brought from all parts of the British Empire . . . that the freeing of the Arab race from Turkish rule has been effected.” He went on, “That we . . . who have just established a King in Mesopotamia, who had before that established an Arab King in the Hejaz, and who have done more than has been done for centuries past to put the Arab race in the position to which they have attained—that we should be charged with being their enemies, with having taken a mean advantage of the course of international negotiations, seems to me not only most unjust to the policy of this country, but almost fantastic in its extravagance.”
photo
Arthur Balfour. Source: Wikipedia. Public Domain


This is all part of the Zionist history that Feith believes Jews need to know in order to respond to the claim that the British stole Palestine and just gave it away to the Jews.

The problem, of course, is that the "other side" is not arguing from facts, nor are they appealing to logic. Just look around. On social media, people do not make logical arguments and they have no interest in history -- facts just make their eyes glaze over. Meanwhile, on college campuses, Jews are not being engaged in debate, they are being harassed by groups who want to eliminate debate and the free speech of their victims while isolating them.

Yes, we do need to know about our history and our birthright.
But let's not fool ourselves into thinking that Israel is the subject of a debate.

Israel is the target of an attack.
And we are still on the defensive.





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(AVN) El esgrimista venezolano Fabián Caicedo, conquistó este domingo la medalla de plata en la Copa Mundial Juvenil de Esgrima que se disputó en El Salvador y se convirtió en el primer medallista de la Fundación Rubén Limardo. 

El venezolano perdió en la final ante el brasileño Alexander Camargo con resultado final 15-12.

"Este ha sido un logro muy importante para mi ya que demuestra que lo que hacemos en Polonia está funcionando, hoy me sentí muy tranquilo en mis combates y los pude ir resolviendo uno a uno. En la final me faltó un poco más de astucia para mantener el resultado ya que estuve ganando en dos oportunidades, esto lo voy a tomar en cuenta para las copas futuras", indicó Caicedo quien suma 26 puntos para el ranking internacional de la Federación de Esgrima FIE, reseña una nota de prensa de la fundación.

En octavos de final Caicedo venció al nicaragüense Ken López, en los cuartos al británico William Eas -ambos 15-11- y en semis al salvadoreño Saúl Villacorta 15-8.

Una Jornada de Ensueño para Venezuela

La jornada fue de ensueño para Venezuela tras sumar un nuevo oro en el duro circuito polaco, esta vez de la mano de la espadista bolivarense Betyumil Posada quien subió a lo más alto del podio. Posada atleta juvenil quien también entrena en Polonia derrotó a la mejor sembrada del evento, la polaca Alija Klasic por 15 toques a ocho. En la Puchar Polski Cup participaron también tiradoras de Japón y Slovakia.


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French far-right overtakes Macron in EU parliament election poll

Marine Le Pen’s National Rally has overtaken the centrist party of Emmanuel Macron, the French president, for the first time, according to an opinion poll released Sunday, in a further sign of the rise of the far-Right in Europe.

The Ifop poll measured voting intentions for European Parliament elections next May, seen as a decisive battle between pro-EU liberals and Eurosceptic populists that could be pivotal in shaping the future of the European Union after Brexit.

Liberals championed by Mr Macron are attempting to fend off a rising anti-immigrant and Eurosceptic wave led by Hungary’s prime minister, Viktor Orban, and Matteo Salvini, Italy’s influential deputy prime minister.

The poll showed Ms Le Pen’s party, formerly known as the Front National, with 21 per cent of voting intentions compared to 19 per cent for Mr Macron’s La Republique En Marche (LREM) party.

Together with the seven per cent of people planning to vote for a smaller far-Right party, Stand Up France, and two per cent going for two small “Frexit” parties, the French far-Right has won 30 per cent of voting intentions, a five-point gain since August, according to the poll.

In a landmark victory, the Front National won the largest share of the French vote in the last European elections in 2014, when the Socialist Party held power in France.

Mr Macron is leading the campaign for the 2019 European elections, which he has described as “a contest between progressives and nationalists”.

On a recent visit to Slovakia and the Czech Republic, Mr Macron railed against populists, accusing Hungarian and Polish leaders of being “fantasists [who] lie to their people.”

He said it angered him to see posters with slogans such as “Stop Brussels”, arguing that EU membership had brought countries such as Hungary and Poland greater prosperity.

Last week he urged Europeans to “resist” what he called “the nationalist leprosy”.

He said: “The moment we are living through resembles the period between the two world wars…

"In a Europe divided by fear, the nationalist withdrawal, the consequences of the economic crisis, one sees almost methodically the recurrence of everything that set the pace of European life from the end of the First World War to the Great Depression of 1929.”

Nevertheless, the French president’s approval ratings have plunged to 21 per cent amid rising discontent over his failure to fulfil his election pledges to slash unemployment, boost growth and cut taxes.

Fuel price increases stemming from tax increases justified as an anti-pollution measure have alienated rural and small-town voters, and the president has also been damaged by a scandal over his bodyguard who was filmed beating protesters.

Ms Le Pen’s party appears to be the only opposition group benefiting from Mr Macron’s unpopularity.

The far-Left France Unbowed party, whose leader Jean-Luc Mélenchon took nearly 20 per cent of the vote in the first round of France’s presidential election last year, fell three points to 11 per cent in the European election poll.

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Leftist goons disrupt even a Munk debate

Munk debates are very formal, serious and orderly debates in Canada that get big publicity.  But Leftists hungered after that publicity

Violent clashes during Steve Bannon debate in Toronto end with two cops left injured and demonstrators left bloodied and bruised

Police made 12 arrests as protesters delayed the start of a controversial debate featuring Bannon and conservative commentator David Frum.

Toronto Police tweeted 12 people face various charges and two officers suffered minor injuries, one was hit with a stick and another was punched in the face. The debate was delayed for about a half hour and Bannon was interrupted by a protester during his opening statement.

Many in the crowd of 2,700 at the Munk debate groaned and laughed at Bannon when he said he hasn't seen a bad decision by President Donald Trump yet.

When Bannon earlier called it a very tough crowd, one audience member responded 'No, smart.'

'Trump's economic nationalism doesn't care about your race, your ethnicity or color,' Bannon said to a jeering crowd at another point.

The protester that interrupted the debate unfurled a banner that read 'No Hate. No Bigoty. No Place for Bannon's White Supremacy.'

Guests of a Toronto Munk debate featuring former White House chief strategist Bannon and conservative commentator Frum

Bannon thanked the people of Toronto and the organizers for having him and the protesters outside for exercising their freedom of speech rights to protest.

Frum and Bannon debated whether 'The future of Western politics is populist, not liberal.' Frum argued populism offers nothing but anger and fear and said he had faith in voters.

'I know the fear that many feel,' Frum said. 'This is not the first time that democracy has faced thugs, and crooks and bullies and would be dictators and those who would seek to build themselves up by tearing others down. This is not the first time that people have puffed themselves as the wave of the future. They were wrong then and they are wrong now.'

Frum called the rise in populism the most dangerous challenge that liberal democratic institutions have faced since the end of communism.

'It's not a question of whether populism is on the rise and whether populism is going to be the political future,' Bannon said. 'The only question before us: Is it going to be populist nationalism or populist socialism?'

Bannon played a central role in the 2016 campaign of Trump. Bannon said next week's midterms are critical test of the populist movement but said they are just in the first inning of it.

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Bathroom vote in Massaschusetts

Jeff Jacoby

QUESTION 3 on the Nov. 6 ballot in Massachusetts asks voters whether they want to retain or repeal a 2016 state law that makes it illegal to discriminate against transgender people in places of public accommodation. That law specifies that any place with separate facilities for males and females, such as bathrooms and locker rooms, must allow access to individuals on the basis of their "gender identity," regardless of their biological sex.

The measure doesn't appear to be very contentious. If a Suffolk University/Boston Globe poll released on Monday is correct, 68 percent of Massachusetts voters intend to vote Yes on Question 3, to keep the law on the books.

I'm with the 28 percent who plan to vote No. In my view, there are at least three reasons why the transgender-identity law was a mistake and should be rejected.

1. When antidiscrimination laws are expanded, freedom of association — a core human liberty — is infringed.

I oppose laws that force private businesses or organizations to serve customers or accept patrons against their will. Private vendors, employers, and places of public accommodation should have broad legal freedom to decide for themselves whom they wish to deal with. The only exception I support is banning discrimination based on race, since American law for so many generations mandated racial repression and discrimination. Otherwise, there should be no "protected" categories at all. Where liberty and free choice flourish, bigotry and xenophobia tend to recede. Society should rely on the power of markets and public sentiment to eliminate invidious discrimination, not the iron fist of regulators and prosecutors.

Granted, this is theoretical. The wholesale repeal of anti-bias statutes is not in the cards. But at least the pressure to expand those laws by adding more and more demographic groups to the already lengthy list of protected classes should be resisted.

Transgender individuals should always be treated with respect — that should go without saying. But Massachusetts should also respect its citizens' freedom of association, and trust them to use their own judgment when gender identity is at issue.

2. Massachusetts has already shown that it can routinely accommodate transgender access — no law required.

Addressing Question 3 in a statement last Monday, the University of Massachusetts assured the "100,000 students, faculty, staff, and guests" who are on UMass campuses each day that regardless of the referendum result, bathrooms and changing facilities will continue to be open to anyone who wants to use them.

"We will retain our present policy on restroom and locker room access on our campuses by allowing transgender and gender-nonconforming students, faculty, staff, and guests to choose facilities consistent with their gender identity," the statement said.

What is true of UMass is true of every establishment in Massachusetts: They can sort this out for themselves. Supporters of the Yes on 3 campaign include many of the largest corporations, sports teams, labor unions, police organizations, and colleges in the state. None of them needs Beacon Hill to tell them how to operate their bathrooms or other intimate spaces.

Everyone in Massachusetts goes to the bathroom, and 99.9 percent of the time, people use the facilities suited to their needs without causing problems for anyone else. They were doing so before the 2016 law was passed. They'll do so if the law is overturned.

That leaves the 0.1 percent of instances when the presence of an anatomical male in a space meant for females does cause genuine distress, and leads to my third argument for voting No on Question 3:

3. The transgender-identity law ignores sensitive issues of privacy and vulnerability.

Opponents of the 2016 law didn't mobilize to put this referendum on the ballot because they object to transgender people being served in coffee shops, bookstores, or hotels. The opposition is fueled solely by concern about the tiny fraction of cases in which the mismatch between someone's bodily sex and gender identity is not only obvious, but makes women or girls uneasy.

Such cases may be rare, but they are real. In December 2017, a biological male who identifies as a woman sought out a women's spa in Milton for a "full Brazilian" waxing. When the spa was unwilling to perform a pubic waxing on a customer with male genitalia, the customer filed a complaint under the public accommodations law with the Attorney General's office. (The complaint was withdrawn before the case went to litigation.)

When the Legislature added "gender identity" to the public accommodations law, it could have exempted private spaces that are routinely segregated by sex. Its refusal to do so is the sole reason the law is now being challenged. The 2016 law rides roughshod over the discomfort, reserve, and modesty of women and girls at the presence of male bodies in a place meant for females only.

This is not an illegitimate concern. Indeed, Massachusetts legislators acknowledged as much, when they passed a 1998 law exempting women's gyms from the state's public-accommodations law. Normally there is no justification for discrimination by sex or gender. But it is only common sense that bathrooms, showers, waxing salons, and other intimate environments require special sensitivity.

The gender-identity law jettisons that sensitivity. Voters, in response, should jettison the law.

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Australia's alternative to illegal immigrant farm workers

Thousands of backpackers who travel to Australia will have their working visas extended as the Federal Government looks to permanently end worker shortages on farms.   

Annual working holiday visa caps will be lifted, the age limit raised to 35 for select countries, and backpackers will also be able to triple the length of their stay in some instances after formally agreeing to more agricultural work.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has endorsed the sweeping changes, with backpackers also no longer required to leave jobs every six months.

They will now be encouraged to stay with the same employer for up a year.

The Government has been under increasing pressure to help struggling farmers after the Nationals failed to deliver on a promised agriculture visa, and Mr Morrison's ambitious plan to force dole recipients to pick fruit never got off the ground. 

Nationals MP Keith Pitt urged federal government representatives to increase the number of backpackers because farms in his local Bundaberg region were struggling to survive.

As part of the newly introduced farm labourer push, overseas visitors with a Pacific Islander background will now be able to work for nine months rather than the current six month limit. 

Daily Mail Australia understands Mr Morrison has also not ruled out agreeing to another agriculture visa if the changes don't fill the required jobs on farms.

The Prime Minister said the primary aim was to deliver immediate help and willing workers to farmers.

'Australians filling Australian jobs is my number one priority but when this isn't possible we need to ensure our farmers aren't left high and dry with rotting crops, especially in the strawberry industry,' Mr Morrison told the Courier Mail.

'We want more money in the back pockets of our farmers.' 

SOURCE 

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Political correctness is most pervasive in universities and colleges but I rarely report the  incidents concerned here as I have a separate blog for educational matters.

American "liberals" often deny being Leftists and say that they are very different from the Communist rulers of  other countries.  The only real difference, however, is how much power they have.  In America, their power is limited by democracy.  To see what they WOULD be like with more power, look at where they ARE already  very powerful: in America's educational system -- particularly in the universities and colleges.  They show there the same respect for free-speech and political diversity that Stalin did:  None.  So look to the colleges to see  what the whole country would be like if "liberals" had their way.  It would be a dictatorship.

For more postings from me, see TONGUE-TIED, GREENIE WATCH,   EDUCATION WATCH INTERNATIONAL, AUSTRALIAN POLITICS and  DISSECTING LEFTISM.   My Home Pages are here or   here or   here.  Email me (John Ray) here.  Email me (John Ray) here

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          It Took Six Months To Split Czechoslovakia. Why Should Brexit Take Six Years?      Cache   Translate Page      

Authored by Martin Pánek via BrexitCentral.com,

Two years, four months and a few days ago, on 23rd June 2016, the UK voted to leave the EU. The date of the UK leaving is currently set at 29th March 2019 – almost three years after the vote. It could be postponed further. In the case of a transitional arrangement that could last until at least the end of 2020, possibly even beyond the general election in 2022. That would be an enormous six years after the historic vote.

EU mandarins as well as Whitehall mandarins will tell you it must be this way because the relationship the UK has with the EU is too complex to untangle sooner.

However, history offers a different angle. World War I lasted four years, World War II lasted six. Perhaps it’s easier to conquer and then lose an entire continent than to separate two jurisdictions peacefully?

Instead, look at Czechoslovakia, the country where I was born, but a country I never think of as my birthplace. That is because before I even went to school, it had not only transformed from a socialist republic and a Soviet satellite to a liberal democracy, but it also split into two nations. All I have ever known, therefore, has been the Czech Republic. All the turbulent history – Václav Havel elected President, the Velvet Revolution, the first free election, the beginning of economic transformation, Václav Klaus elected Prime Minister, the Velvet Divorce – happened within the first six years of my life. 

The curious thing about this is the Velvet Divorce. Let me just briefly remind you of the timeline: the pivotal elections that took place on 5th and 6th June 1992 saw Václav Klaus’s party in the Czech Republic and Vladimír Mečiar’s party in Slovakia both take the lion’s share of the vote in their respective state parliaments and the federal parliament (Czechoslovakia had already been a federation for over 20 years at this point).

Tensions erupted quickly. The Czech PM Václav Klaus met the Slovak PM Vladimír Mečiar in Brno on 8th July and they agreed to split up the federation. The agreement was signed on 26th August and Václav Havel resigned his seat in the meantime (20th July). By 13th November, a law had been enacted as to how the federal assets were going to be divvied up and twelve days later, an act was passed that set the dissolution date at 31st December. Complex matters such as the continuity of the Czech Parliament, continuity of laws, arrangements for courts and so on were all swiftly determined by December. A new Czech Constitution was passed on 16th December.

Czechoslovakia was dissolved at midnight on New Year’s Eve. When the people woke up the next morning, they had new nationalities and the Czech Parliament re-elected Václav Havel as President on 26th January 1993.

Within a mere six months, a comprehensive settlement had been agreed and activated. Immobile assets were distributed to the country where they sat, mobile assets and assets abroad were distributed according to the rough population ratio 2:1. Amendments to international treaties signed by Czechoslovakia were negotiated and signed very quickly by both new republics, confirming the continuation of such treaties. In 1996, the two countries signed a protocol specifying the distribution of duties enshrined by treaties signed as Czechoslovakia. All of this happened whilst Czechoslovakia and its constituent countries were undergoing a massive economic transformation.

Czechoslovakia was privatising on an unprecedented scale and at an unprecedented pace. In a way, it was like Brexit and the UK’s 1980s privatisations combined, only a lot more complicated. Whereas the 1980s UK privatised two companies a year, the early 1990s Czechoslovakia privatised two companies an hour. Taken together, these companies’ accounting value was a big share of GDP. The voucher privatisation alone (there were other methods of privatisation) privatised companies worth one third of Czechoslovak GDP. All of this was taking place at the exact same time the republics were being separated.

Let us not forget the fact that Czechoslovakia was also a currency union. The original idea was that the currency would continue after the separation, but the Czechoslovak koruna outlived Czechoslovakia by a mere six weeks.

Where there is a will, there is a way. Two things made this possible: Klaus’s insistence that it must happen fast, before organised business interests as well as government could mount a successful defence of the status quo. Then the fact that the two newly-created governments, for all the tension between them, worked together to apply current or previous arrangements in good faith. Wherever questions or differences arose, they sought an amicable solution where none of the parties would score a win for their side but rather one where future cooperation could be maintained.

Nobody was proposing divorce bills or ridiculous notions of planes not flying, trucks stuck at the border, licences not being recognised, or one country continuing to have jurisdiction over the other for the next 100 years. Time, and good faith, were of the essence.

If Czechs and Slovaks were able to separate an entire country in six months, surely Whitehall and the Berlaymont can find a way to extract one member state sooner than in six years.


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Cartoon Network CEE In Czech Republic Now Airing Adverts From today (5th November), Cartoon Network Central Eastern Europe now has a Czech Republic/Slovakia advertising opt-out, Cartoon Network CEE’s ad-sales representative for the Czech/Slovak market – Atmedia are now accepting ad-sales for the channel. Atmedia is a large player in the CEE ad-sales market and are ... Read more

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          SNP fogaskerékszivattyú - Jelenlegi ára: 77 438 Ft      Cache   Translate Page      
111. 20. 219. 00  SNP2NN/014LN01BA P1C7C3NNNN/NNNNN 00402 MADE IN SLOVAKIA  … szivattyú balos
Új, raktárról.
Postai utánvéttel, vagy helyben átvétel.
Cégünk minden esetben ÁFÁ-s számlát ad.
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          0H204 Régi cseh Bohemia porcelán elefántos tál - Jelenlegi ára: 13 500 Ft      Cache   Translate Page      
Régi, ovális alakú, hibátlan állapotú, jelzett elefántos porcelán dísztál.
Fekete alapon domború törtfehér csontszínű elefánt díszítés arany szegéllyel.
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Szélesség: 15. 5 cmHosszúság: 22 cmSúly: 0. 337 kg 
Súlya 1341 g, átmérője 15 cm, magassága 8, 5 cm.
 
 
Termékeim között több Bohemia porcelán található, kérem tekintse meg őket ide kattintva!
A termékről további nagy felbontású képek!
ÁRUIM ZÖME ANTIK ÉS RÉGI TÁRGYAKBÓL ÁLL.
SZEMÉLYES ÁTVÉTELI LEHETŐSÉG BUDAPESTEN (IX. ) ILLETVE SZEGEDEN!
 
Szállítás
Termékeinket az MPL futárszolgálattal küldjük! Terjedelmes tárgyaink szállításában külön díjazás mellett tudunk segíteni! Szállítási módok az alábbiak szerint alakulnak
 
Személyes átvétel Budapest IX.
 
 
Személyes átvétel Szeged
 
 
MPL csomag előre utalással
 
 
MPL csomag utánvét
 
 
Fizetés
A vételár és szállítási költség kiegyenlítésére az alábbi lehetőségeket biztosítjuk
 
Személyes átvételkor készpénzben
 
 
Banki átutalás
 
 
Utánvét
 
 
Paypal (MasterCard, Visa)
 
 
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Személyes átvétel
1-5 munkanap
 
 
MPL csomag előre utalással
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MPL csomag utánvét
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          It Took Six Months To Split Czechoslovakia. Why Should Brexit Take Six Years?      Cache   Translate Page      

Authored by Martin Pánek via BrexitCentral.com,

Two years, four months and a few days ago, on 23rd June 2016, the UK voted to leave the EU. The date of the UK leaving is currently set at 29th March 2019 – almost three years after the vote. It could be postponed further. In the case of a transitional arrangement that could last until at least the end of 2020, possibly even beyond the general election in 2022. That would be an enormous six years after the historic vote.

EU mandarins as well as Whitehall mandarins will tell you it must be this way because the relationship the UK has with the EU is too complex to untangle sooner.

However, history offers a different angle. World War I lasted four years, World War II lasted six. Perhaps it’s easier to conquer and then lose an entire continent than to separate two jurisdictions peacefully?

Instead, look at Czechoslovakia, the country where I was born, but a country I never think of as my birthplace. That is because before I even went to school, it had not only transformed from a socialist republic and a Soviet satellite to a liberal democracy, but it also split into two nations. All I have ever known, therefore, has been the Czech Republic. All the turbulent history – Václav Havel elected President, the Velvet Revolution, the first free election, the beginning of economic transformation, Václav Klaus elected Prime Minister, the Velvet Divorce – happened within the first six years of my life. 

The curious thing about this is the Velvet Divorce. Let me just briefly remind you of the timeline: the pivotal elections that took place on 5th and 6th June 1992 saw Václav Klaus’s party in the Czech Republic and Vladimír Mečiar’s party in Slovakia both take the lion’s share of the vote in their respective state parliaments and the federal parliament (Czechoslovakia had already been a federation for over 20 years at this point).

Tensions erupted quickly. The Czech PM Václav Klaus met the Slovak PM Vladimír Mečiar in Brno on 8th July and they agreed to split up the federation. The agreement was signed on 26th August and Václav Havel resigned his seat in the meantime (20th July). By 13th November, a law had been enacted as to how the federal assets were going to be divvied up and twelve days later, an act was passed that set the dissolution date at 31st December. Complex matters such as the continuity of the Czech Parliament, continuity of laws, arrangements for courts and so on were all swiftly determined by December. A new Czech Constitution was passed on 16th December.

Czechoslovakia was dissolved at midnight on New Year’s Eve. When the people woke up the next morning, they had new nationalities and the Czech Parliament re-elected Václav Havel as President on 26th January 1993.

Within a mere six months, a comprehensive settlement had been agreed and activated. Immobile assets were distributed to the country where they sat, mobile assets and assets abroad were distributed according to the rough population ratio 2:1. Amendments to international treaties signed by Czechoslovakia were negotiated and signed very quickly by both new republics, confirming the continuation of such treaties. In 1996, the two countries signed a protocol specifying the distribution of duties enshrined by treaties signed as Czechoslovakia. All of this happened whilst Czechoslovakia and its constituent countries were undergoing a massive economic transformation.

Czechoslovakia was privatising on an unprecedented scale and at an unprecedented pace. In a way, it was like Brexit and the UK’s 1980s privatisations combined, only a lot more complicated. Whereas the 1980s UK privatised two companies a year, the early 1990s Czechoslovakia privatised two companies an hour. Taken together, these companies’ accounting value was a big share of GDP. The voucher privatisation alone (there were other methods of privatisation) privatised companies worth one third of Czechoslovak GDP. All of this was taking place at the exact same time the republics were being separated.

Let us not forget the fact that Czechoslovakia was also a currency union. The original idea was that the currency would continue after the separation, but the Czechoslovak koruna outlived Czechoslovakia by a mere six weeks.

Where there is a will, there is a way. Two things made this possible: Klaus’s insistence that it must happen fast, before organised business interests as well as government could mount a successful defence of the status quo. Then the fact that the two newly-created governments, for all the tension between them, worked together to apply current or previous arrangements in good faith. Wherever questions or differences arose, they sought an amicable solution where none of the parties would score a win for their side but rather one where future cooperation could be maintained.

Nobody was proposing divorce bills or ridiculous notions of planes not flying, trucks stuck at the border, licences not being recognised, or one country continuing to have jurisdiction over the other for the next 100 years. Time, and good faith, were of the essence.

If Czechs and Slovaks were able to separate an entire country in six months, surely Whitehall and the Berlaymont can find a way to extract one member state sooner than in six years.


          25 Reasons Why You Should NEVER Visit Slovenia - Total Slovenia News      Cache   Translate Page      

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25 Reasons Why You Should NEVER Visit Slovenia
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1. Nobody knows where the hell it is. Slovenia? Slovakia? Slavonia? Where is this little country exactly? With the breakup of the former Yugoslavia and the collapse of Communist regimes all over Eastern Europe, a raft of new countries became independent.


          SNP fogaskerékszivattyú - Jelenlegi ára: 77 438 Ft      Cache   Translate Page      
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          The Worst Choice for 'Greatest Slovak'      Cache   Translate Page      
Dalibor Rohac, Tablet Magazine
The BBC miniseries and opinion poll Great Britons (2002) is one of the success stories of British television, with spinoffs all around the worldmost recently in Slovakia. In the U.K., the title was earned by Winston Churchill; in Germany, the former Chancellor Konrad Adenauer was named our best, and in the U.S. version, produced by Discovery Channel,
          The Worst Choice for 'Greatest Slovak'      Cache   Translate Page      

The BBC miniseries and opinion poll Great Britons (2002) is one of the success stories of British television, with spinoffs all around the world—most recently in Slovakia. In the U.K., the title was earned by Winston Churchill; in Germany, the former Chancellor Konrad Adenauer was named “our best,” and in the U.S. version, produced by Discovery Channel, President Ronald Reagan topped the list.

Unfortunately, Slovakia’s iteration of the show, launched on Nov. 1 by the country’s public broadcasting corporation, the RTVS, has acquired a bitter anti-Semitic flavor. The television channel advertised Jozef Tiso (1887-1947), president of the wartime Slovak State, as one of the contenders for the title of the “Greatest Slovak.”

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          Vintage Mercury Glass Christmas Czechoslovakia Ornaments - Set of 6 by MyHeirloomCharms      Cache   Translate Page      

72.00 USD

Wonderful set of 6 early mercury glass ornaments. All have their original metal caps and hangers, marked 'Czechoslovakia', in the original box.

Two are walnuts, two are grape clusters, and two are a large berry. Each is about 3 inches tall. Condition is very good. One of the grape clusters has lost some silvering on one shoulder, and one of the walnuts has lost a little silvering in one spot. These are some of the prettiest I have seen.

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Beautiful vintage Christmas!


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Slovakia Sep Exports +5.2% On Year, Imports +5.8%; Trade Surplus EUR436.8 Mln


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25 Reasons Why You Should NEVER Visit Slovenia
Total Slovenia News
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Let us not forget the fact that Czechoslovakia was also a currency union
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Czech national football team coach Jaroslav ilhav has announced thesquad line-up for upcoming internationals against Poland, in a friendly onThursday, and against Slovakia, next Monday, in a decisive Nations Leaguematch. There will be no new faces on the
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From DXC - Tue, 06 Nov 2018 11:26:40 GMT - View all Saskatchewan jobs
          ABAP Developer - DXC - Saskatchewan      Cache   Translate Page      
German Language skills on a good level. Successful candidate will be a part of a SAP delivery team located in Slovakia....
From DXC - Sat, 27 Oct 2018 10:28:16 GMT - View all Saskatchewan jobs
          Here’s the Official adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 "Zebra" Store List      Cache   Translate Page      

With news that the adidas Originals YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Zebra” is set to get a widespread restock, the label has now confirmed which stores will be stocking the popular colorway. Originally released in February last year, the sneaker is officially described as coming in "White/Core Black/Red." This upper sits atop a full-length white midsole housing adidas' signature Boost cushioning technology. Priced at £179.95 GBP/$220 USD and set to re-release on November 9, the "Zebra" colorway is the second YEEZY BOOST to drop in two weeks. The sneaker's US release will also be delayed at most stockists, although it will be available from sites including YEEZY SUPPLY and adidas.com/YEEZY as well as a whole host of select retailers. Check out the list below to see where it will be available. [storelist] Australia Sneakerboy 265 Little Bourke Street Melbourne UP THERE 1/15 McKillop St Melbourne adidas Originals Store Emporium Melbourne 287 Lonsdale Street Melbourne JD Melbourne Central L01/105 La Trobe St, Melbourne VIC Melbourne Foot Locker Bourkestreet 327-329 Bourke St, Melbourne VIC Melbourne Highs & Lows 1/672 Beaufort Street Mt Lawley incu www.incu.com ONLINE adidas Originals Store Westfield Sydney City Westfield Sydney, 188 Pitt Street Sydney Sneakerboy 3 Tempernace Lane Sydney JD Parramatta Shop 3010/159-175 Church St, Parramatta NSW 2150 Sydney Foot Locker George St 542 George St, Sydney NSW Sydney Austria Solebox Jasomirgottstraße 6 Vienna The 6th Floor Kaerntner Strasse 19 Vienna SNIPES Mariahilferstraße 90 Vienna Foot Locker Mariahilfer Strasse 104 Vienna Belgium Renaissance Nationalestraat 32 Antwerp Avenue Ijzerenwaag 1 Antwerp adidas Originals Store Antwerp Kammenstraat 45-47 Antwerp Monar & Clothes Everdijstraat 35 Antwerp Foot Locker Meir 101 Antwerp JD Sports 59 Meir Antwerp size? IJzerenwaag11 Antwerp Hunting and Collecting Rue des Chartreux 17 Brussels Solebox Boulevard Adolphe Max 86 Brussels Panthers Brussel Rue Adolphe Max 3 Brussels La Créme Rue Lesbroussart 43a Brussels Smets Concept Store Rue de Namur 68 Brussels Foot Locker Nieuwstraat 31-33 rue Neuve Brussels JD Sports 48-50, Rue Neuve Brussels Brazil adidas Originals Oscar Freire Rua Oscar Freire, 678 Sao Paulo Guadalupe Rua Tres Rios, 126 Sao Paulo Your ID Praça Benedito Calixto, 42 Sao Paulo Artwalk Av. Roque Petroni Junior, 1089 - Loja 229 Sao Paulo Maze Av São João, 439 - Loja 140 Sao Paulo Canada Foot Action 25 Peel Centre Dr Brampton Foot Locker 25 Peel Centre Dr Brampton J2 4700 Kingsway #2112 Burnaby Foot Locker 4700 Kingsway #115 Burnaby Kids Foot Locker 4700 Kingsway Burnaby Champs 4700 Kingsway #115 Burnaby Less 17 930 17 Ave SW Calgary Foot Locker 6455 Macleod Trail Calgary Champs 6455 Macleod Trail Calgary Foosh 10544 82 Ave NW Edmonton Foot Locker 8882 - 170th Street Edmonton Kids Foot Locker 8882 170 St NW Edmonton Foot Locker 25 The West Mall Etobicoke Champs 25 The West Mall Etobicoke RCHMND 1869 Granville St. Halifax Sam Tabak 915 Rue Notre Dame Lachine Foot Locker 3035 Boulevard le Carrefour Laval adidas Originals Markville 5000 Hwy 7 Markham Solestop 179 Enterprise BLVD Markham Foot Locker 5000 Hwy 7 Markham Foot Locker 100 City Centre Dr.10 Mississauga Kids Foot Locker 100 City Centre D Mississauga Champs 100 City Centre Dr #10 Mississauga adidas Originals Montreal 1238 Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest Montreal Off the Hook 1021 Ste Catherine Ouest Montreal Off the Hook ONLINE - Frenzy App Montreal SSENSE 90 Saint-Paul St W Montreal Influence U 1476 Saint Catherine St W Montreal Foot Locker 505 Ste. Catherine Street West Montreal adidas.ca ONLINE ONLINE HAVEN ONLINE ONLINE NRML ONLINE ONLINE Livestock ONLINE ONLINE SSENSE ONLINE ONLINE Foot Locker ONLINE ONLINE NRML 184 Rideau Street Ottawa NRML Select 100 Bayshore Dr, Ottawa Foot Locker 50 Rideau St Ottawa Foot Locker 6551 No 3 Rd Richmond Momentum 2102 8 St E Saskatoon Foot Action 300 Borough Dr Scarborough Kids Foot Locker 300 Borough Dr Scarborough adidas Originals Toronto 389 Queen Street West Toronto adidas Dundas Square 10 Dundas St West Toronto adidas Scarborough Town Centre 300 Borough Dr Toronto HAVEN 190 Richmond St E Toronto Livestock 406 Roncesvailles Avenue Toronto Livestock 116 Spadina Avenue, Unit G1 Toronto Capsule 69 YORKVILLE AVENUE Toronto TNT 87 Avenue Rd Toronto Nordstrom 260 Yonge St Toronto Foot Action 220 Yonge St. Toronto Foot Action 3401 Dufferin Street Toronto Foot Locker 3401 Dufferin Street Toronto Foot Locker 220 Yonge St. Toronto Foot Locker 247 Yonge St Toronto Foot Locker 1800 Sheppard Ave E Toronto Foot Locker 900 Dufferin St Toronto Kids Foot Locker 3401 Dufferin St Toronto Champs 3401 Dufferin Street Toronto Champs 340 YONGE STREET SOUTH Toronto Champs 220 Yonge St. Toronto Champs 300 Borough Drive  Sp #203 Toronto adidas Originals Vancouver 860 Granville St, Vancouver HAVEN 52 East Cordova Street Vancouver Livestock 141 East Pender St. Vancouver Dipt 819 Hornby St, Vancouver Nordstrom 799 Robson St Vancouver Foot Locker 919 ROBSON STREET UNIT #919A & 919B Vancouver Complex 612 Johnson St Victoria Jonathan & Olivia 114 - 4293 Mountain Square Whistler Livestock 407 Graham Avenue Winnipeg Chile Bold Av. Kennedy, 5413 Santiago Colombia adidas Originals Calle 82 Calle 82 # 13-20 Bogota Hype Cra. 14 #85-26 Bogota adidas Originals El Tesoro Carrera 25 a, 1a- Sur 45 Medellín Cyprus First Boutique Iakovou Tompazi 1 Limassol Czech Republic Footshop Tusarova 791/31 Prague Foot Locker Wenceslas square 2 Prague AW LAB Chlumecká 765/6 Prague Denmark Wood Wood Guldsmedgade 22B Aarhus Rezet Sondergarde 70 Aarhus Stoy Munkholm Store Torv 4 Aarhus Pharma Strandgaten 86 Bergen Naked Pilestræde 46 Copenhagen Naked Klosterstræde 10 Copenhagen Norse Project Pilestræde 41 Copenhagen Wood Wood Grønnegade 1 Copenhagen Rezet Rådhusstræde 7 Copenhagen Rezet Jorcks Passage 42a Copenhagen Storm Store Regnegade 1 Copenhagen Foot Locker Amagertorv 11 Copenhagen JD Sports Strobet Frederiksberggade 01 Copenhagen size? Købmagergade 47 Copenhagen adidas Originals Store Copenhagen Pilestræde 8B Copenhagen Caliroots Södra Larmgatan 11 Goteborg Rezet Vestergarde 23 Odense Finland Beamhill Yliopistonkatu 5 Helsinki JD Sports ITIS CENTRE COMMERCIAL Helsinki BEYOND Kauppakatu 18 Jyväskylä France Acte 2 9 Place Crillon Avignon Foot Locker 20, Rue Porte de Dijeaux Bordeaux size? 8 Rue Sainte-Catherine Bordeaux Le Rayon Frais 11-15 Rue Saint-James Bordeaux SNEAKERIUM 116 rue d´Antibes Cannes Foot Locker 131/135 Briggate Leeds JD Sports 31 Place Rihour Lille Le Buzz Lab 18 Rue De La Clef Lille Foot Locker 26 Rue de la République Lyon JD Sports 17 Rue du Dr Brouchut, Centre Commercial La Part Dieu Lyon Summer 1, Place Gailleton Lyon SHOEZ GALLERY - DOPE 15 B Rue d´Algérie Lyon Foot Locker 77, Rue Saint-Ferréol Marseille size? 70 Rue Saint Ferrol Marseille Corner Street 30 Rue de Rome Marseille Courir 20 Rue St Fereol MARSEILLE HELIUM 17 Rue de Palais Metz MANIFEST 31 boulevard du jeu de Paume Montpellier Impact 18 Rue des Boulangers Mulhouse Foot Locker 4/6 Place du Commerce Nantes MILK 4 Rue de la Paix Nantes ANROSA 8 rue des Trois Croissants Nantes Foot Locker 31 Avenue Jean Médecin Nice JD Sports 59 AVENUE JEAN MEDECIN Nice NINE 9 avenue Jean Medecin Nice Impact 15 Rue de Lépante Nice Sneakers.fr ONLINE ONLINE SNEAKERSNSTUFF 95 Rue Réaumur, Paris Foot Locker 4-6 Rue Pierre Lescot Paris Foot Locker 66 avenue des Champs Elysees Paris Footpatrol Ltd 45 Rue de Temple Paris JD Sports UNIT AA12E, LES 4 TEMPS MALL Paris size? 16-18 Rue Berger, Les Halles Paris Starcow 62 Rue Saint Honoré Paris Archive 18-20 20 Rue des Archives Paris Citadium 56 rue de Caumartin Paris Citadium 65 ave des Champs Elysees Paris Galeries Lafayette 40 Bd Haussmann Paris Opium 19 Rue Pierre Lescot Paris Le HUB Bastille 2 rue du Faubourg Saint Antoine Paris No42 42 Rue de Sévigné Paris Shinzo 39 rue Etienne Marcel Paris Courir 51 rue de Rivoli PARIS Courir CC Les halles PARIS adidas Originals Store Paris 3 Ter Rue des Rosiers Paris Foot Locker 1 Rue d´Orléans Rennes Foot Locker 46, Rue du Vieux Marche aux Vins Strasbourg JD Sports UNIT 148/149, PLACE DES HALLES MALL Strasbourg UNITED LEGEND 23 rue de la Nuée Bleue Strasbourg VIBE 2 Rue Augustin Daumas Toulon Foot Locker 52-54 Rue Saint Rome Toulouse size? 14 Rue Tempoieries Toulouse Germany SNEAKERSNSTUFF Schönhauser Allee 6 Berlin Overkill Koepenicker Strasse 195 A Berlin Solebox Nuernbergerstrasse 16 Berlin Wood Wood Rochstr. 4 Berlin No74 Torstrasse 74 Berlin SNIPES Tauentzienstraße 19 BERLIN SNIPES Alexanderplatz 3 BERLIN Foot Locker Tauentzienstraße 18A Berlin Foot Locker Alexanderplatz 2 Berlin JD Sports TAUENTZIENSTRASSE 16 Berlin JD Sports Grunestrabe 20, ALEXIA Berlin SOTO Berlin Torstraße 72 Berlin Voo Store Oranienstraße 24 Berlin adidas Originals Store Berlin Muenzstrasse 13-15 Berlin Foot Locker Soegestrasse 41 Bremen JD Sports AG-WESER-STRABE Bremen The Good Will Out Richard-Wagner-Straße 27 Cologne SNIPES Hohe Straße 100-102 Cologne Foot Locker Schildergasse 85A Cologne JD Sports 128-132 HOHESTRASSE Cologne asphaltgold Friedensplatz 4 Darmstadt asphaltgold Ludwigsplatz 8a Darmstadt Afew-Store Oststrasse 36 Duesseldorf SNIPES Schadowstraße 65 Duesseldorf Foot Locker Flingerstrasse 27 Düsseldorf Foot Locker Limbeckerstrasse 79 Essen JD Sports Centoallee 55 (Centro Oberhausen) Essen-Oberhausen 43einhalb Stiftstraße 36 Frankfurt Uebervart Kleiner Hirschgraben 14 Frankfurt am Main SNIPES Schäfergasse 6-8 Frankfurt am Main Foot Locker Zeil 83 Frankfurt am Main JD Sports MAIN-TAUNUS-ZENTRUM Frankfurt am Main 43einhalb Peterstor 7 Fulda Allike Virchowstraße 2 Hamburg Beastin Schanzenstraße 52 Hamburg Glory Hole Marktstrasse 145 Hamburg SNIPES Mönckebergstr. 25 Hamburg Foot Locker MOENCKEBERGSTRASSE 17 Hamburg Foot Locker Bahnhofstrasse 12 Hannover JD Sports Ernst August Platz 2 Hannover Solebox Altheimer Eck 6 Munich Beastin Amalienstrasse 44 Munich SNIPES Neuhauser Straße 3a Munich Foot Locker Neuhauser Straße 43 Munich Newseum by Crämer and Co. Breite Gasse 18 Nuremberg Foot Locker Breite Gasse 25 - 27 Nuremberg JD Sports Breite Gasse 57 Nuremberg Suppa Paulinenstr. 44 Stuttgart Foot Locker Königstrasse 21 Stuttgart Greece Foot Locker Ermou Street 45 B Athens Phat Soles Kornarou 7 Athens Dangerous Minds Kolokotroni 34 Athens adidas Originals Store Athens athinaidos St. & 5, kalamiotou St Athens Phat Soles Leof. Dimarchou Aggelou Metaxa 27-29 Glyfada Simple Caractere Kiriazi 23 Kifisia Simple Caractere Enoplon Dinameon 6 Mykonos DeviceOne 38 Pavlou Mela Str. Thessaloniki Hungary Footshop Kristóf tér 4 Budapest Icons by Bizanc Petofi Sandor Utca 20 Budapest Foot Locker Vaci Utca 11b Budapest Iceland Húrra Hverfisgata 50 Reykjavik Indonesia HIDE 1, RT.1/RW.3, Gelora, Tanah Abang JAKARTA ADIDAS ORIGINALS PACIFIC PLACE 2nd Floor, Jl. Jend. Sudirman No.52-53, RT.5/RW.3, Senayan, Kby. Baru, Kota Jakarta Selatan, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta JAKARTA Italy Sugar Corso Italia 19 Arezzo Backdoor Piazza Galileo Galilei 3A Bologna Rail Via S. Martino della Battaglia, 5a Brescia BS Eraldo Via Roma 92 Ceggia SlamJam Ferrara Via Francesco Luigi Ferrari 37/B Ferrara Luisa via Roma Via Roma 19/21r Florence Sotf via de´ tornabuoni 17/r Florence AW LAB Piazza Castello, 85 Genoa Foot Locker Via XX Settembre 103 R Genova Susi Store via Viale Umberto I Latina Vinicio Via Felice Musazzi, 2 Legnano MI Bernardelli Corso Umberto I, 27 Mantova Foot Locker Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 24/28 Milan Foot Locker Via Torino Angolo Via Speronari 7 Milan size? Via Piatti 2 Corner Via Torino 49 Lombardy Milan SlamJam Milan Via Giovanni Lanza 1 Milan ANTONIA MILANO VIA CUSANI 5 Milan Antonioli Via Pasquale Paoli 1 Milan Excelsior Galleria del Corso, 4 Milan One Block Down Piazza Armando Diaz, 2 Milan Par5 Via Pio IV 1 Milan Space23 Corso Garibaldi 104 Milan Special Milano Corso di Porta Ticinese 80 Milan Spectrum Via Felice Casati, 29 Milan AW LAB Avenida Portal De L´Ángel Milan Julian Fashion Viale G. Matteotti, 31 Milan adidas Originals Store Milan Via Alessio di Tocqueville 11 Milan Cotton Club Via Lambro, 1 Monza Foot Locker Via Toledo 152 - 153 Naples JD Sports MSU 06PT CAMPANIA SHOPPING CENTRE, Marcianise Naples Deliberti via dei mille, 65 Naples BLACK BOX Via Solimena 99A Naples AW LAB Via Del Corso 505 / 506 Naples Foot Locker Via del Corso 475 Rome Suede Via Dei Serpenti, 127 Rome Holypop Via del Vantaggio, 46 Rome Space23 Corso Vittorio Emanuele II 156 Rome BLACK BOX VIA DEL GAMBERO 7 A Rome Urban Jungle Via Tuscolana, 1236 Rome Urban Star Via Enrico Fermi, 91/93 Rome AW LAB Via Luca Giordano, 55/57 Rome Degli Effetti Piazza Capranica, 93 Rome Sneakers 76 Via Vincenzo Pupino, 43 Taranto Foot Locker Via Roma, 306 Turin Antonioli 19, Piazza Carlo Emanuele II, 19 Turin Hannibal via accademia delle scienze, 1 Turin AW LAB Via XX settembre, 154 Turin Japan adidas Brand Core Store Nagoya 3-14-15 Sakae, Naka-ku AICHI adidas Originals Fukuoka 1F Irie Bldg., 1-14-23 Daimyo FUKUOKA UPTOWN Fukuoka 1-1-2-2 Daimyo FUKUOKA adidas Originals Sapporo, Stellar Place 4F Center, Sapporo Stellar Place, 2 Kita-gojo-nishi, HOKKAIDO OCS - Japan, LANONA Kawasaki 2F Lazona Kawasaki Plaza, 72-1 Horikawa-cho, Saiwai-ku, KANAGAWA SWG NAGOYA 3-1-72 Osu, Naka-ku, Nagoya-shi NAGOYA adidas.com ONLINE ONLINE adidas Originals Shop Shinsaibashi 1-15-14 Nishishinsaibashi OSAKA adidas Originals Shop HEP FIVE 5F Hep Five, 5-15 Kakuda-cho OSAKA Undefeated Osaka 1-15-13 Minami-Horie OSAKA Hankyu Umeda 8-7 kakudacho OSAKA adidas Originals Flagship Store Tokyo Jingumae TAURUS, 5-17-4 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku TOKYO adidas Originals Tokyo Roppongi 1F Roppongi Hills Metro Hat/Hollywood Plaza, 6-4-1 Roppongi TOKYO OCS - Japan, Tokyo, Aomi Dive City 3F Divercity Tokyo Plaza, 1-1-10 Aomi TOKYO OCS - Japan, Tokyo, Ginza 5F GINZA SIX, 6-10-1 Ginza TOKYO adidas Tokyo, Shibuya 23-5 Udagawa-cho TOKYO adidas Tokyo, Shinjuku 1-3F, 3-27-4 Shinjuku TOKYO Mita Sneakers Ameyoko Center bldg 2F 4-7-8 ueno TOKYO Styles Daikanyama 1F Maison Daikanyama, 11-8 Sarugakucho TOKYO Undefeated Tokyo 1F P-2 BLDG.4-32-8 Jingumae TOKYO United Arrows & Sons B1-1F, United Arrows Harajuku For Men 3-28-1 Jingumae TOKYO Isetan Shinjuku 3-14-1 Shinjuku TOKYO GR8 1-11-6 Jingumae TOKYO BEAMS HARAJYUKU STORE 3-24-7 Jingumae TOKYO EDIFICE Shinjuku store 1F 3-31-9, Shinjuku TOKYO Billys ENT TOKYO SHIBUYA 6-23-7 Jingumae TOKYO Billys ENT HARAJUKU 1F 4-28-20 Jingumae TOKYO BILLIONAIRE BOYS CLUB 4-25-1 Jingumae TOKYO BEDWIN 2-22-1 Jingumae TOKYO atmos Blue Omotesando 6-23-2 Jingumae TOKYO atmos Shibuya 31-8 Udagawacho TOKYO KICKS LAB. HTS Bldg 1F&2F 4-32-5 Jingumae TOKYO ABC-MART GRAND STAGE GINZA 2-3-7 Ginza TOKYO ABC-MART GRAND STAGE HARAJUKU 1-9-18 Jingumae TOKYO Republic of Korea adidas Originals Store Busan Kyungsungdae 315, Suyoung-ro Busan adidas Originals Store Daegu Dongsungno 50, Donsungno 2gil Daegu adidas Originals Store Gwangju Chungjangno 91, Chungjangno 2(i)-ga Gwangju adidas Originals Store Hanam Starfield Masadaero 750 Kyoung-gi adidas Originals Flagship Store Seoul 13, Apgujeongno 50gil Seoul aKorea eCommerce Samsunglife Seochotower 24F, 4, Seocho-daero 74-gil Seoul adidas Gangnam Brand Center Gangnamdaero 470, 1F~4F Seoul adidas Myungdong Brand Center Myoungdong8gil 40 Seoul adidas Originals Store Seoul Myungdong 20, Myeongdong 8na-gil Seoul adidas Originals Store Seoul Hongdae 27, Hongik-ro 6-gi Seoul adidas Originals Store Seoul Itaewon 144-1, Itaewon-ro Seoul adidas Originals Store Seoul Munjeong 125, Dongnam-ro Seoul adidas Originals Store Hyundai Shinchon 83, Sinchon-ro Seoul adidas Originals Deahakno 25, Daemyeong-gil Seoul adidas Originals Store Seoul Hyundai I-park Yongsan Hangangdae-ro 23gil 55 Seoul DAS107 BY KASINA 74, Wausan-ro Seoul KASINA 1997 13, Eonju-ro 164-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea Seoul KASINA VETVET TRUNK (SUNGSOO) 14, Myeongdong-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea Seoul Commes des garcons 261, Itaewon-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea Seoul BEAKER Cheongdam Flagship 408, Apgujeong Seoul BOON THE SHOP Chungdam / CASESTUDY 25, Apgujeong-ro 60-gil Seoul 10 Corso Como Cheongdam 416, Apgujeong-ro Seoul G.STREET HOMME+ 4th Floor, galleria WEST, 343, Apgujeong-ro Seoul ATMOS APGUJEONG Seoneung-ro 817 Seoul ON THE SPOT MYUNGDONG 37-4, Myoungdong 8gil Seoul ON THE SPOT HONGDAE Wowsan-ro 81 Seoul ABC MYUNGDONG GS 3.0 Myoungdong8na-gil 21 Seoul ABC GANGNAM Gangnamdaero 430 Seoul ABC GAROSUGIL Dosandaero 13gil 9 Seoul ABC COEX COEX K110, Bongeunsaro 524 Seoul JD GANGNAM Gangnamdaero 408 Seoul JD HONGDAE Jandari-ro 2gil 23 Seoul JD MYUNGDONG2 Namdaemoon-ro 78 Seoul LESMORE MYUNGDONG Myoungdonggil 17 Seoul Luxembourg Smets Concept store 262 route dArlon Strassen Malaysia adidas Originals Suria KLCC Lot No. 313B & 315 , Level 3, KUALA LUMPUR CROSSOVER Lot T-025, 3rd Floor, Mid Valley Megamall, South Court KUALA LUMPUR JD - PAVILION Pavilion Kuala Lumpur Shopping Mall, Pavilion Elite, Level 5, Bukit Bintang Street KUALA LUMPUR Sole What S229 The Gardens Mall, Mid Valley City KUALA LUMPUR JD - ION SG 2 Orchard Turn, #B4-17, Singapore Singapore Mexico adidas Originals Perisur Periférico Sur 4690 Alvaro Obregón Alive Avenida de los Insurgentes Sur 2098 Ciudad de México Barrio Warrior Lindavista Avenida Insurgentes Norte 1784 Ciudad de México 99 Problems Calle Marsella 3 Ciudad de México Soul Paseo de la Reforma 27 Ciudad de México Laces Paseo de Los Tamarindos 90 Ciudad de México Innvictus Av. Universidad 1778, Local 36PB Coyoacan Lust Calle Manuel Lopez Cotilla 1511 Guadalajara adidas Originals Flagship Condesa Atlixco 91 Mexico City TAF Av. Diego Rivera 1000, local FD-254 Monterrey Stax Centro Historico Puebla Puebla Netherlands Patta Zeedijk 67 Amsterdam Baskets Gerard Doustraat 96 Amsterdam FOUR by Azzurro Pieter Cornelisz Hooftstraat 127 Amsterdam Hombre Jan Evertsenstraat 70 Amsterdam Maha Vijzelstraat 129 Amsterdam Solebox Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 240 Amsterdam SNIPES Kalverstraat 3-5 Amsterdam Foot Locker Kalverstraat 100 - 106 Amsterdam JD Sports 196 NIEUWENDIJK PROJECT Amsterdam adidas Originals Store Amsterdam Leidsestraat 7 Amsterdam Concrete Papestraat 17 Den Haag Labels Putstraat 12 HL Sittard Ansh46 Van Oldenbarneveltstraat 99 Rotterdam Woei Hoogstraat 65-A Rotterdam Foot Locker Lijnbaan 75 Rotterdam JD Sports Lijnbaen 77 Rotterdam Foot Locker Spuistraat 15 The Hague JD Sports 8 Spuistraat The Hague Calico Jack Parade 45 Venlo New Zealand OCS Britomart 60 Galway St Auckland Loaded Newmarket 206 Broadway Auckland Norway YME Studios Karl Johans Gate 39 Oslo Tennis Grensen 13 Oslo Foot Locker Karl Johans Gate 5-7 Oslo Stress Grensen 19 Oslo Panama Lust Avenida A Edif. Dos Casas Planta Baja. Casco Viejo Panama adidas Originals Multiplaza Vía Israel - Centro Comercial Multiplaza Panama Papua New Guinea JD Sports Av. Lusíada, 1500-392 (Units 2006-2011/ Centro Commercial Colombo) Lisbon Foot Locker Rua De Santa Catarina, 375 Porto Peru adidas Originals Espinar Av. Comandante Espinar 301, Miraflores Lima Philippines SOLE ACADEMY B1 Unit 731, Bonifacio High Street, Taguig City Manila NBHD BHS GF Bonifacio Highstreet Central, Bonifacio Global City Manila Commonwealth SM Aura Premier, Fort Bonifacio Manila Poland Sneaker Studio Starowislna 55/3 Cracow Lab Chmielna 20 Chmielna 20 Warsaw Vitkac Bracka 9 Warsaw SIZEER Złota 59 Street WARSAW Foot Locker UL Zlota 59 Zlote Tarasy Warsaw Portugal Foot Locker Rua Do Carmo, 37 Lisbon Wrong weather Av. da Boavista 754 Porto Romania TIKE Strada Doamnei 12 Bucharest Russian Federation adidas originals Grinvich 8 marta, 46 Ekaterinburg Outpac Shapova, 20 Kazan adidas originals Krasnaya Ploshad Derzhinskogo, 100 Krasnodar Brandshop Petrovsky bulvar, 21 Moscow KM20 Stoleshnikov lane, 2 Moscow TSUM Petrovka, 2 Moscow adidas originals Tsvetnoy Tsvetnoy bulvar, 15 Moscow adidas originals Flagship store Kuznetskiy Most, 6/3 Moscow adidas Olymp Krasnaya presnya, 23B Moscow adidas originals Aura Voennaya street, 5 Novosibirsk Nevsky 152 Nevskiy Prospekt, 152 Saint Petersburg adidas originals Galereya Ligovskiy prospekt, 30a Saint Petersburg DLT Bolshaya Konushennaya, 21-23, А Saint Petersburg Serbia TIKE Kralja Petra 24 str. Belgrade Singapore Limited Edt Chamber 10 Bayfront Ave Singapore OCS Pacific Plaza 9 Scotts Road Singapore Slovakia Footshop CULENOVA 9 Bratislava Spain SNIPES Calle Portaferrissa, 15 Barcelona Foot Locker Avenida Portal de l´ Angel, 6 Barcelona Foot Locker C.C. La Maquinista-Local: B-39 PG Potosi, No. 2 Barcelona JD Sports 23 PORTAFERRISSA Barcelona Sivasdescalzo Calle Bailen, 18 Barcelona LIMITEDITIONS Calle Duc, 13 Barcelona LIMITEDITIONS Calle Rera Palau 7 Barcelona 24 KILATES c/ Comerç, 29 Barcelona FOOT DISTRICT Carrer de lleona, 4 Barcelona AW LAB Via Torino, 22 Barcelona adidas Originals Store Barcelona Carrer Avinyó 6 Barcelona SNIPES Av. de Gran Bretaña s/n Leganés (Madrid) Foot Locker Calle preciados, 6 Madrid size? Calle de fuencarrel 12 Madrid Sivasdescalzo Calle Churruca, 5 Madrid FOOT DISTRICT Calle Valverde, 35 Madrid Nigra Mercato c/ Lope de vega, 29 Madrid Mini c/ del limón, 24 Madrid AW LAB Calle de Fuencarral 35 Madrid Elite Conjunto Benabolá, 8 Marbella SNIPES Calle Colón, 38 Valencia Foot Locker Carrer de Colón, 7 Valencia Strap Av. de Blasco Ibañez 33 Valencia FTL by Strap C/ Gascó Oliag, 8 Valencia Sweden Shelta Andra Långgatan 21 Goteborg Très Bien Shop Fersens Väg 20 Malmö SNEAKERSNSTUFF Åsögatan 124 Stockholm Aplace Norrlandsgatan 11 Stockholm C-Store Regeringsgatan 77 Stockholm C-Store Brunnsgatan 9 Stockholm Paul & Friends Regeringsg. 55 Stockholm Foot Locker Gallerian Trollhattan 31, Regeringsgatan 13-19 Stockholm Footish Östra Ågatan 9 Uppsala Switzerland Boutique Roma NEUGASSE 46 St.Gallen TITOLO Niederdorfstr. 10 Zurich SNIPES Niederdorfstraße 21 Zurich Foot Locker Seidengasse 20 Zurich Thailand adidas Originals Store Bangkok Siam Center Siam Center,979 Rama 1 Rd, Pathum Wan Bangkok Siam ICON Khlong San, Bangkok, Thailand Bangkok adidas Brand Center Central World 999/9 Ratchadamri Rd, Khwaeng Pathum Wan, Khet Pathum Wan Bangkok Carnival 428 Siam Square, Soi 7 Pathum Wan Bangkok JD Siam ICON Khlong San, Bangkok, Thailand Bangkok Ukraine adidas originals TSUM Khreshchatyk St., 38 Kiev United Kingdom Hanon 51 The Green, City Centre ABERDEEN Foot Locker 56, Donegal Place Belfast size? 9 Upper Queen Street Belfast Foot Locker 308, Smallbrook Queensway, Shopping Center Bull Ring, Unit SU 308 Birmingham size? 1-2 Lower Temple Street Birmingham Conurbation Consortium 14 Albert Road Bournemouth Foot Locker 49 Lower O´Connell Street Dublin size? 26 Wicklow Street Dublin Foot Locker 10-15 Princess Street Edinburgh size? 5 Frederick Street Edinburgh Endclothing 196 Ingram Street Glasgow Foot Locker 78 Argyle Street Glasgow size? 17 Union Street Glasgow HIP 84-86 Vicar Ln Leeds size? 1 Queen Victoria Street Leeds wellgosh 34 High Street Leicester Seven 6 Paradise St Liverpool Foot Locker 5 Wall Street "Liverpool One" Liverpool JD Sports 4 Paradise Street Liverpool SNEAKERSNSTUFF 107-108 Shoreditch High Street London Endclothing 59 Broadwick Street London Dover Street Market 18-22 Haymarket LONDON Mr Porter 1 The Village Offices LONDON 18 montrose 6-8 Stable St, Kings Cross LONDON Browns 24-27 SOUTH MOLTON STREET LONDON Goodhood 151 Curtain Rd LONDON Harrods 87-135 Brompton Road London Harvey Nichols (London) 109-125 Knightsbridge London Matchesfashion.com ONLINE ONLINE Net a Porter ONLINE ONLINE Pam pam 129 bethnal green road London Foot Locker 238 Oxford Street London Foot Locker 542 -546 Oxford Street London Footpatrol Ltd 80 Berwick Street London JD Sports 201 - 203 OXFORD STREET London size? 33-34 Carnaby St London adidas Originals Flagship Store London 15 Hanbury Street London adidas Originals Store London 15 Fouberts Place London Foot Locker 49 Market Street Manchester size? 37 Market Street Manchester Hervia 40 Spring Gardens Manchester Endclothing 133 - 137 Grainger Street, Newcastle Foot Locker Unit 10-14 Eldon Square Center Newcastle JD Sports 54 Northumberland Street Newcastle upon Tyne 18 montrose 58 Bridlesmith Gate Nottingham Oki-Ni www.oki-ni.com ONLINE Foot Locker Carmel House, Unit 4, 49-63 Fargate Sheffield JD Sports UNIT 2, PHASE 2 THE MOOR Sheffield United States adidas originals 1532 N Milwaukee Chicago adidas originals 8009 Melrose Ave Los Angeles adidas originals 1349 Abbot Kinney Boulevard Los Angeles adidas originals 226 8th Street MIAMI BEACH adidas originals 115 Spring Street New York adidas 565 5th Ave New York Vietnam OCS Bitexco Bitexco Financial Tower, 65 Le Loi, Ben Nghe ward, District 1 Ho Chi Minh City [/storelist]

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          Test Manager - DXC - Saskatchewan      Cache   Translate Page      
Proficiency in written and spoken English, German. Successful candidate will become part of the Slovakia delivery team servicing our foreign Customer in...
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          ABAP Developer - DXC - Saskatchewan      Cache   Translate Page      
German Language skills on a good level. Successful candidate will be a part of a SAP delivery team located in Slovakia....
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          Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar is worth over ¬100m - Luciano Spalletti      Cache   Translate Page      
The FC crew laud Barcelona's Champions League performance, in a draw with Inter that could just have as easily been a victory for the Spanish side. MILAN, Italy  -- Luciano Spalletti said Inter Milan centre-back Milan Skriniar was worth more than €100 million after his outstanding performance in Tuesday's Champions League draw at home to Barcelona. Sources have told ESPN FC that Ajax's Matthijs de Ligt is Barca's top target in defence, but Skriniar is reportedly an alternative. Manchester United and Real Madrid have also been linked with the Slovakia international as they look to add competition for Sergio Ramos and Raphael Varane. "If...
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BRATISLAVA 7. novembra 2018 (WBN/PR) Spoločnosť a jej spolupracovníci zaplatili na priamych daniach a odvodoch za rok 2017 viac než štvrť miliardy eur Už ...
          Test Manager - DXC - Saskatchewan      Cache   Translate Page      
Proficiency in written and spoken English, German. Successful candidate will become part of the Slovakia delivery team servicing our foreign Customer in...
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          ABAP Developer - DXC - Saskatchewan      Cache   Translate Page      
German Language skills on a good level. Successful candidate will be a part of a SAP delivery team located in Slovakia....
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          ReclayPRO - Experienced Compliance Services Firm Joins Tire Compliance Field in Ontario      Cache   Translate Page      

 ReclayPRO, a division of Reclay StewardEdge Inc. (RSE) is pleased to announce it will be offering market based choices for tire producer compliance services in Ontario.  These services will allow tire producers to meet their obligations under the new Ontario Tire Regulation in a cost effective manner without disruption or administrative burden to producers’ core business activities. 

“We are very pleased to have Kal Tire, a leading Canadian tire dealer and retreader with extensive operations in Ontario, come on board as one of our first customers and suppliers.” says Ken Friesen, Director for ReclayPRO. “Their involvement as a producer, distributor, retailer, used tire collector and retreader makes them a great partner for ReclayPRO.” ReclayPRO includes a broad supply chain to serve a diverse group of producers and retailers, increase valuable material recovery and reduce overall system costs.

Our team has extensive experience in establishing and managing PROs globally, having established and managed 10 different compliance systems including in Canada, Germany, Austria, Czech Republic and Slovakia.  In addition to ensuring our customers meet all of the regulatory requirements under the new Tire Regulation, ReclayPRO can also assist with companies looking to meet internal corporate recycling and sustainability targets and reporting.  “The new Tire Regulation is clearly spurring more private sector investment and innovation in the province.”

About ReclayPRO

ReclayPRO is a division of Reclay StewardEdge Inc. (RSE) with offices in Toronto, Winnipeg and the United States, and is part of the Reclay Group, a high-performance, experienced group of companies in the area of compliance systems and material recovery management with operations in Germany, France, Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Spain and Chile. Our experience and expertise in the development of compliance systems, sustainability and resource management best practices is the foundation for our diverse suite of services. 


          11/7/2018: SPORTS: Canada, Slovakia to meet on clay      Cache   Translate Page      
MONTREAL — Slovakia will try to slow down the hard-hitting Canadian power game when the two teams meet in a Davis Cup qualifying round tie next year. The Slovak Tennis Federation said Tuesday that the Feb. 1-2 tie will be played on an indoor red clay...
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Spoločnosť DIGI SLOVAKIA svojou atraktívnou televíznou ponukou vo vianočnej kampani spája to najlepšie zo športu, kultúry, rozprávok a dokumentov.Do bohatej multižánrovej ponuky pridáva kultúrny program Folklorika a jeden z divácky najúspešnejších dokumentárnych programov BBC EARTH, ktoré si spolu s Ťuky TV môžu vychutnať všetci zákazníci DIGI až do konca roka!
          Scott Stevens NHL Net Worth      Cache   Translate Page      

[divider] Scott Stevens NHL Net Worth $5 Million [divider] Scott Stevens is a retired Canadian ice hockey player for New Jersey Devils that comes with an estimated net worth of $5 million. Scott Stevens started playing ice hockey when he earned a position on Kitchener Junior B team. He’d the chance to play in Czechoslovakia …

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          Sørlandsrytter til Slovakia       Cache   Translate Page      
Pål Flam fra Arendal og Grimstad Rideklubb skal i helga møte noen av Europas beste sprangryttere i et 4*-stevne.
          Olga Sokal Connects with the Segregated Roma Communities of Eastern Slovakia      Cache   Translate Page      
We're featuring this project as one of the best series submitted to the recently closed #FotoRoomOPEN | Gnomic Book edition. (Did you know? We're now accepting submissions for a new #FotoRoomOPEN call—the winner wins a solo show at Fotogalleri Vasli Souza. Find out more and enter your work).
          France (W) - Slovakia (W)      Cache   Translate Page      
Ice Hockey. Friendly Match
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Ice Hockey. Friendly Match
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Football. Slovakia. Super Liga
          Volkswagen Slovakia sa stal opat najvacsim platitelom dani na Slovensku      Cache   Translate Page      
- Spolocnost a jej spolupracovnici zaplatili na priamych daniach a odvodoch za rok 2017 viac nez stvrt miliardy eur- Uz viac ako 27-rocne posobenie na Slovensku BRATISLAVA 7.
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Volleyball. Slovakia. Extraliga / Men.
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Ice Hockey. Deutschland Cup
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          Paris exhibition maps out post-WWI turmoil in the east      Cache   Translate Page      
An exhibition that is part of the French centenary commemorations for the end of World War I provides a fascinating historical and geographical eye-opener, centred on the peace treaties signed after the war and what came next in central and eastern Europe, as well as in the Middle East. The Museum of the Armies, set in Paris's imposing Invalides complex built in the 17th century under Louis XIV, has brought together rare documents and artefacts, parts of uniforms or weapons, propaganda tools like posters from some 20 collections in France and Europe, east and west. The museum's film department has joined Gaumont-Pathé in digging out and restored some rarely seen footage. As part of the many events being organised in France this year for the centenary of the end of World War I, on 11 November 2018, the exhibition sheds light on the lesser known consequences of the devastating war on countries west of France and Italy. Without ignorng the suffering of the soldiers and their families in the Flanders fields, the exhibition, put together by military historians and geographers, looks at what happened after the fall of four great empires, the Russian, Ottoman, Austro-Hungarian and German. It shifts the historical emphasis to the east and reveals that after the signing of the Treaty of Versailles on 28 June 1919 conflict and crises were not over. Geographically, the show moves from the treaty room on to Germany, Poland and the Baltic States and Russia. It pursues its course in Mitteleuropa, Austria, Hungary, Romania, Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats, Slovenes and Albania. The last room's focus is on the Levant, on Greece, Turkey, Syria and Lebanon (including Sykes-Picot sketches and a costume worn by TE Lawrence, known as Lawrence of Arabia). Visitors can take in European border changes in the first room, since the 13th century. Then they can contemplate the question of nationalities and borders, revolutions, counter-revolutions, civil wars and civilian casualties. Finally they can examine the role of France, a country which emerged as a military power to be reckoned with, whose ambassadors and soldiers were highly influential in reestablishing stability.
           Milan Skriniar worth over £100m claims Inter manager Luciano Spalletti       Cache   Translate Page      
Luciano Spalletti spoke after Skriniar put in another stellar display against Barcelona in their 1-1 Champions League draw. Manchester United have been linked with the Slovakian international.
          Searching Full-stack Developer - BTC Casino ($3-5K) - Upwork      Cache   Translate Page      
I and my partner are searching for very responsible, reliable, experienced and professional full-stack developer to finish Bitcoin roulette site. The site was under development a month ago but the developers who were working on it wasn't good enough to finish it on time and without unnecessary bugs. The site contains pages and modals/popups like roulette (the game itself), withdraw, deposit, provably fair system etc.

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          [ Dogs ] Open Question : What kind of wolfdog is that ?      Cache   Translate Page      
Picture : https://imgur.com/a/R5kKYb5 It looks like a Saarloos wolfdog, or possibly a Czechoslovakian wolfdog. Perhaps it is actually a wolf. I'm uncertain. Any expert here?
          Norway U20 vs Slovakia U20, Nov 08, 2018 – Preview, Where to Watch, Score      Cache   Translate Page      
Friendly International Ice Hockey, Norway U20 – Slovak Republic U20, Thursday, 10:00 am ET Score, Highlights Probability of winning Norway U20 32.23% Draw 20.27% Slovak Republic U20 47.5% Short Preview Slovak Republic U20 is in bad shape now (in the last 5 games wins – 1). Slovak Republic U20 could have problems with physics compare…
          France U18 vs Slovakia U17, Nov 08, 2018 – Preview, Where to Watch, Score      Cache   Translate Page      
Friendly International Ice Hockey, France U18 – Slovak Republic U17, Thursday, 10:00 am ET Score, Highlights Probability of winning France U18 34.63% Draw 20.78% Slovak Republic U17 44.59% Short Preview The possibility to win in this match is almost balanced for both teams. Last 2 head-to-head matches France U18 won 1 matches, drawn 0 matches,…
          William Higgins: Jenda Cerny      Cache   Translate Page      

Jenda Cerny is aged 19 an dlives in Slovakia. This sexy str8 guy is a student who enjoys sports, particularly football. In this Dream Set which was suggested by Norman. He looks very good as he sits on the sofa and does his interview in English. Then Jenda starts to run his hands over his... View Article

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          Sagan the globetrotter; Van Aert looks to race WT in 2019: Daily News Digest      Cache   Translate Page      
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Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: Peter Sagan may no longer be the world champion, but he’s still cycling’s biggest star. The Slovakian is set to start his season in January, taking part in races on two continents that are just a week apart. Also, Wout Van Aert is attempting to …

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          Catholic Herald: Cardinal Zen: The Vatican is badly mishandling China situation       Cache   Translate Page      
Catholic Herald
by Catholic News Agency
posted Friday, 26 Oct 2018

The former bishop of Hong Kong said the Pope does not understand the communist regime

The recent agreement between the Vatican and China is a step towards the “annihilation” of the Catholic Church in China, Cardinal Joseph Zen, former bishop of Hong Kong, wrote in a New York Times op-ed published on Wednesday.

Zen, who has been openly critical of Vatican’s approach towards China in the past, did not hold back in his assessment of Pope Francis’ new deal and in offering his views on communist governments.

A Sept. 22 agreement between the Holy See and Beijing was intended to normalize the situation of China’s Catholics. The Church in China has been split between the “underground” Church, in full communion with Rome, and the state-run Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association (CPCA), which was not. The Chinese government appointed bishops of the CPCA.

(CNS/Liau Chung-ren, Reuters)
The September agreement was designed to unify those groups, by approving a formula through which Pope Francis would approve bishops nominated by Beijing.

But Zen’s op-ed said the distinction between the underground Church and the CCPA has not been eradicated.

He said those who attend the “underground” Church worship in secret and are subject to persecution from the government if they are discovered. Amid a religious crackdown in China, Zen said that priests of the underground church have been encouraging their parishioners to skip Mass for their own safety.

While Pope Francis is “very pastoral,” Zen said does not think that he properly understands how Communist China works. In Pope Francis’ home country of Argentina, the Communists worked to defend the poor against government oppression, often alongside Jesuits, he said. This could be why the pope “may have a natural sympathy for Communists,” as he views them to be persecuted.

It is far different, said Zen, in places where Communists are the ruling party–like China. When they acquire power, the Communists become the persecutors themselves, he said.

After Zen returned to China from studies in Rome in 1974, he said it had become a “whole nation under slavery,” and cautioned about society forgetting how oppressive the regime was at that time. And while he concedes that the Chinese government has made significant strides in embracing human rights, “you can never have a truly good agreement with a totalitarian regime.”

The current iteration of Church leadership does not properly understand the threat Communist governments pose to Catholics, said Zen. He praised the work of Cardinal Jozef Tomko, who was the prefect of the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples from 1985 until 2002. Tomko, who is from Slovakia, “understood communism, and he was wise,” said Zen.

Under Tomko, the Vatican considered only the underground Church in China as the true Church, and that while there were “many good people” in the state-sponsored church, it was “unlawful.” After Tomko’s retirement, however, Zen said things a turn for the worse with the appointment of Cardinal Crescenzio Sepe, who Zen described as “a young Italian with no foreign experience.”

Sepe “began legitimizing official Chinese bishops too quickly, too easily,” he said, which created an impression that the Vatican would “automatically” approve of any Bishop appointed by the Chinese government. This continued through Cardinal Ivan Dias, the next prefect, who was a “proponent of détente” with former Soviet states. This mentality carried over into Dias’ view of China and the Chinese Church.

Zen went as far as to accuse the Vatican of purposefully mistranslating Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI’s 2007 letter to Chinese Catholics that called for the reconciliation of the churches.

“In a delicate passage about how priests in the underground might accept recognition by the Chinese authorities without necessarily betraying the faith, a critical caveat was left out about how “almost always,” however, the Chinese authorities imposed requirements “contrary to the dictates” of Catholics’ conscience,” said Zen. This error in translation was “too important to have not been deliberate.”

Although the translation was eventually updated, it was too late, said Zen. The original letter had been “widely circulated” in China, and some of the underground church’s bishops understood the letter as permission for them to join the CPCA.

Zen was also critical of Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin, who he described as caring more about diplomatic success than he does about the Church. Parolin seeks to restore normal relations between the Vatican and China for the first time since 1950.

While the exact terms of the agreement between China and the Vatican were not released, Zen is not optimistic about the future of the underground church. While Pope Francis could still “veto” the nomination of a state-approved bishop, “how many times can he do that, really?”

“What good is having the last word when China will have all the words before it,” he asked. He also expressed doubt that the approximately 30 bishops of the underground church will still be permitted to function as bishops if the two churches are reconciled.

Since the agreement in September, two CPCA bishops were invited to attend the synod on youth. These men are “known to be close to the Chinese government,” and their attendance at the synod is “an insult to the good bishops of China.”

Despite this, Zen warned the clergy of the underground church against starting any kind of “revolution.” Instead, if the government takes away their churches or prohibits them from officiating, they should return to their families, continue praying, and “wait for better times.”

“Communism isn’t eternal.”


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          AT&T organises Slovak hackathon on IoT      Cache   Translate Page      
(Telecompaper) AT&T in cooperation with the Technical University of Kosice organised the V4 Hackathon in Kosice, Slovakia...
          New Programming Adapter: DIL48/QFP144 ZIF PLD-11      Cache   Translate Page      
DIL48/QFP144 ZIF PLD-11
Description: specialized programming adapter for Actel/Microsemi ProASICplus devices in TQFP144 package
operating (mechanical) life of ZIF socket - 10,000 actuations
supported from PG4UW software version 3.44j
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          New Programming Adapter: DIL48/QFP144-1.02 ZIF R5F-4      Cache   Translate Page      
DIL48/QFP144-1.02 ZIF R5F-4
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operating (mechanical) life of ZIF socket - 10,000 actuations
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          ĐIỂM TIN NGÀY 06/11/2018 (Bùi Văn Thuận)      Cache   Translate Page      




1. Xăng giảm giá từ 15h chiều 06/11. Mức giá giảm từ 1.082- 1138 đồng/lít tùy loại. (Cư dân mạng nghi ngờ lại sắp có quốc tang).

2. "Cần Thơ trả 20 viên kim cương, 19.910 viên đá cho chủ tiệm vàng Thảo Lực" là tiêu đề bài viết trên Vietnamnet. (Tỉnh Cần Tiền có vẻ không ăn được vụ này nên nhả rồi. Không biết các quan chức và lực lượng công an sẽ nói gì, sau trận giăng bẫy đánh cướp này đây?).

3. Quốc hội đang bàn đến luật công an, trong đó tranh cãi nảy lửa nhất là chuyện phong tướng cho các kễnh:

- VOV có bài: "Phong tướng để cầm gậy chỉ huy, không phải cứ tỉnh loại I là có tướng".

- Cùng chủ đề, trên Vneconomy có bài: "Sửa Luật Công an: Vẫn chưa đồng thuận trần cấp tướng". (Đang có tranh cãi giữa các phe. Bên quân đội cũng muốn được "tăng trần" số tướng, nếu không thiệt thòi và anh em bên đó "tâm tư").

- Trên VTC đã có kết quả với bài: "Lực lượng công an sẽ có tối đa 201 tướng, tối đa 6 thượng tướng là thứ trưởng".
Tóm lại là có bao nhiêu tướng thì có bấy nhiêu tướng cướp, tướng khủng bố, bắt cóc.

4. Liên quan đến tướng khủng bố, bắt cóc, RFI có tin: "Vụ Trịnh Xuân Thanh : Slovakia khởi tố vụ án dùng chuyên cơ chính phủ". (Tướng Tô Lâm, Bộ trưởng BCA cầm đầu đường dây bắt cóc sang Slovakia. Sau đó lợi dụng sự hiếu khách của nước chủ nhà để mượn chuyên cơ chính phủ nước này để thực hiện việc bắt cóc Trịnh Xuân Thanh về Việt Nam. Nếu vụ án được khởi tố và có bằng chứng, rất có thể Tô Lâm sẽ thành tội phạm bị EU truy nã).

5. Cũng là tướng cướp, trên Tiền Phong có bài: "Cựu tướng Phan Văn Vĩnh sẽ ‘nói ra sự thật’ tại tòa". (Nói ra sự thật sao được, những tướng chưa lộ nó thủ tiêu ngay. Nếu có nói ra, cũng chỉ như bà Châu Thị Thu Nga khai chi 30 tỷ chạy ghế ĐBQH thôi, cũng sẽ bị ỉm đi. Khi nói đến các chỗ "nhạy cảm", loa của tòa án sẽ lại đột nhiên mất tiếng, như vụ bà Nga, vụ Trịnh Xuân Thanh, Đinh La Thăng. À xin nói thêm: Vụ xử đường dây đánh bạc hàng chục nghìn tỷ lần này phóng viên cũng phải "tác nghiệp" qua loa, qua tivi như các vụ nhạy cảm khác).

6. Về vụ bà Hồ Thị Lệ Hà, Bí thư Huyện uỷ Hướng Hoá (Quảng Trị) suỵt công an huyện đi theo dõi các "đối tượng" trong đoàn UB Kiểm tra Trung ương, trên VTC có bài: "Chỉ đạo công an theo dõi đoàn UB Kiểm tra Trung ương, Bí thư Huyện ủy Hướng Hóa: 'Thông tin mật không thể cung cấp'". (Lại là thông tin mật. Cái bùa thông tin mật này linh nghiệm thật).

7. Cao tốc đểu giá 34.500 tỷ Đà Nẵng - Quảng Ngãi chưa kịp lắng dịu, thì 2 ngày nay lại nổi lên một công trình đặc thù XHCN khác. Trên Tiền Phong có bài: "Cầu Bạch Đằng 7.200 tỷ lún võng, chủ đầu tư đổ cho thời tiết". (Cầu Bạch Đằng có giá 7200 tỷ, nối Hải Phòng - Quảng Ninh, mới đưa vào sử dụng 2 tháng đã lún, võng. Và đúng quy trình kiểu CNXH, cứ làm đểu, làm hỏng, làm ẩu, bớt xén, ăn cắp mà công trình hỏng... chủ đầu tư lại đổ lỗi cho ông trời).

8. Sau khi Bộ Công an ra thông báo "nhằm phản bác các luận điệu xuyên tạc của ĐBQH Lưu Bình Nhưỡng", sáng 06/11 ông Lưu Bình Nhưỡng vẫn tiếp tục bảo vệ quan điểm và từ chối đính chính những gì đã nêu tại phiên chất vấn của Quốc hội. Mời đọc bài viết "Đại biểu Lưu Bình Nhưỡng: 'Không thể lấy vấn đề của Bộ Công an để lý giải tôi nghĩ sai, phát biểu sai'" trên VTC.

9. Thời báo Kinh tế Sài Gòn (TBKTSG) có bài: "Lấn cấn chuyện đầu tư cảng". Theo bài viết, hàng loạt các tỉnh miền Trung xây cảng to, hoành tráng nhưng không có hàng hóa, tàu bè xuất nhập. (Vấn đề này báo viết "thiếu tế nhị" và thiếu tính nhạy cảm chính trị quá. Thủ tướng Phúc đi đâu cũng hô hào đầu tàu, hô trung tâm, thủ phủ... các kiểu. Các tỉnh này làm theo lời Thủ tướng đấy chứ? Cứ phải đầu tàu, còn quy hoạch quốc gia, tính đồng bộ, hệ thống thì bỏ qua. Mỗi tỉnh là một đầu tàu, ra sức mà kéo ngân sách về địa phương để bày vẽ dự án, từ đó có hoa hồng, có phần trăm, có ăn chia, có bớt xén...).

10. Lại chuyện quan chức Thanh Hóa đòi ăn, "Thanh Hóa: Ngỡ ngàng trụ sở giám đốc mới nhậm chức xin 10 tỷ sửa sang" là bài viết trên Vietnamnet. (Thủ tướng Phúc đã từng vì von: Thanh Hóa như một Việt Nam thu nhỏ. Có lẽ không sai trong lĩnh vực quan chức ăn bẩn, ăn bạt mạng, ăn không chừa một thứ gì).

11. Báo chí đưa tin rầm rộ: "'Cò' xe chạy loạn khi chủ tịch Đà Nẵng ghi hình". (Ông Huỳnh Đức Thơ nói dối trước HĐND nhé. Ông đi một mình mà dám ghi hình, quay phim các băng nhóm này? Nó đập cho mẹ ông không nhận ra luôn, thậm chí ông sẽ mất mạng. Dĩ nhiên, bọn đầu trâu mặt ngựa này còn lâu mới biết mặt ông, trừ khi ông đi cùng đoàn tiền hô hậu ủng. Nói phét cũng nên hợp lý và logic, nếu không cộng đồng mạng nên đi tìm tài sản, nhà máy thép gây ô nhiễm của ông Thơ để quay phim, xem ông có chạy "loạn" không nhé? Ông đừng có làm chuyện rồi bâu, ông suỵt một tiếng, yêu cầu công an quận: Dẹp nạn cò xe hoặc tôi dẹp lon của ông. Trong vòng 2 ngày mà đám cò này dám lộng hành?).

12. Bầu cử giữa kỳ của Mỹ thu hút sự chú ý của công luận toàn thế giới. Người Việt chia rẽ về vấn đề này rất nhiều. Người Việt cả ở trong và ngoài nước cũng chia thành 2 bên rõ rệt: Cuồng Trump hoặc cuồng phản đối Trump.

13. Báo Giao Thông có bài: "Nga sẽ cung cấp vũ khí hải, lục, không quân cho Trung Quốc". (Nga là lái súng quốc tế, đó là điều khỏi bàn cãi. Bán cho cả Việt Nam và Trung Quốc vũ khí, tuy nhiên "đời" vũ khí Trung Quốc luôn cao hơn, như tạo điều kiện cho Trung Quốc giành lợi thế trong công cuộc xâm lược biển Đông của Việt Nam. Một điều lạ là: DLV, bò đỏ, công an, quân đội và báo chí lề đảng lại cuồng Nga và vũ khí Nga một cách rất lố bịch và khá khốn nạn trong giọng điệu. Đơn cử vài tờ báo bưng bô Nga và vũ khí Nga như: Báo Đất Việt, Soha, Một Thế Giới... )

14. LS Đặng Đình Mạnh, LS Nguyễn Văn Miếng và LS Trịnh Vĩnh Phúc bị tấn công (nghi bằng súng), khi đi làm thủ tục cho các nạn nhân biểu tình phản đối dự luật đặc khu, luật ANM bị bắt giam và sắp bị khởi tố ở Đồng Nai.

15. Một thông tin mới nhận: "Đảng ủy Công an Trung ương kiến nghị Đảng đoàn Quốc hội xem xét sự việc của đại biểu Lưu Bình Nhưỡng". (Để xem, Quốc hội với vai trò của cơ quan Lập pháp có, dám cưỡng lại lệnh từ bộ công an hay không. Nếu Quốc hội bị áp lực và đe dọa từ Bộ CA, để "làm khó" ông Lưu Bình Nhưỡng thì nên giải tán cái cơ quan bù nhìn này đi cho đỡ tốn tiền thuế. Công an đang thể hiện cho thiên hạ biết bản chất bố đời, đứng trên cả cơ quan lập pháp, có quyền và áp lực bịt miệng cả ĐBQH. Một xã hội công an trị đã hình thành đầy đủ chứ không còn là "nguy cơ" hay suy đoán nữa).

16. Cũng liên quan đến chuyện bịt miệng dân là luật ANM sắp ban hành.

- Bộ Công an đã đưa ra "lấy ý kiến công khai" về dự thảo nghị định luật ANM. Tuy nhiên, trò này cũng y hệt trò "lấy ý kiến công khai" về Hiến pháp 2013 trước đây thôi. Chỉ là hình thức diễn kịch, dân còn gọi là "trò mèo".

- Cái sự "trò mèo" trong màn lấy ý kiến "công khai" này thể hiện rất rõ trên các báo của ngành. Báo Công an Nhân dân, mục "Chống diễn biến hòa bình" có bài viết: "Không thể vin cớ “góp ý” để đả phá dự thảo Nghị định thi hành Luật An ninh mạng". (Tức là nếu phản đối, chống lại điều luật sao chép của Trung Quốc nhằm bịt miệng mọi tiếng nói phản kháng của dân, sẽ bị quy kết là "vin cớ góp ý để đá phá" điều luật phản động này).

- Cũng trên báo CAND là bài: "Cảnh giác trước “chiến dịch” chống phá việc thi hành Luật An ninh mạng". (Đấy, đưa ra lấy ý kiến toàn dân và công khai đấy. Nhưng ai có ý khác, ai phản đối là "chống phá", "đả phá" ngay. Dân chủ đến thế là cùng. Chỉ có lũ bò mới không thấy lớp mặt nạ mỏng dính trên bộ mặt của chế độ).

Đấy dân góp ý đi! Trò hề "giả vờ dân chủ" kiểu này đã có từ thời góp ý cho bản Hiến pháp 2013. Chính GS Chu Hảo là nạn nhân mới nhất, khi ông bị đảng đem ra hạch tội, vì đã dám lên tiếng góp ý và phản đối nhiều vấn đề được đảng đưa ra để "lấy ý kiến nhân dân", trong đó có cả chuyện lấy ý kiến về Hiến Pháp 2013.

Ảnh sưu tầm
Ảnh 1: Xe của LS Đặng Đình Mạnh, LS Nguyễn Văn Miếng và LS Trịnh Vĩnh Phúc bị tấn công (nghi bằng súng)

Ảnh 2: Với mô hình sao chép và làm theo 100% Trung Quốc. Các "biện pháp nghiệp vụ" của công an, an ninh Việt Nam cũng là học và sao chép của quan thầy Trung cộng








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Janet Beasley of Westport died Nov, 3 at home. The cause was chronic lymphocytic leukemia and lymphoma. She was 82.

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She was born on Nov. 30, 1935 in Berlin Germany. Her mother Kate Grybski was Jewish but her father Hans Grybski was not. 

Her father was a member of the German Army and as long as he was alive they were protected and allowed to live at home. 

When he was killed on the Russian front she and her mother were immediately sent to the concentration camp Terazin in Czechoslovakia because they were Jewish. 



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Mark Cavendish and Peter Sagan will be headline names at the 2019 Vuelta a San Juan, it has been confirmed. It will be the first time that the pair have ridden the South American race, having previously ridden the now-defunct Tour de San Luis.

"We are happy to confirm it,” San Juan sports minister Jorge Chica told Argentinian publication Diario de Cuyo. "The talks have been going on for some months and today, finally, we can confirm that Sagan will be here, giving more prestige to our Vuelta.

“They are figures that will give [the race] an extraordinary level."

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Last month, Sagan told Cyclingnews that he intended on riding the South American race for the first time. He had already been confirmed to start the opening round of the WorldTour Tour Down Under, which he has ridden the past two years.

Sagan has previously ridden the Tour de San Luis, most recently in 2016 [the final edition of the race -ed], but it and the Vuelta a San Juan have traditionally clashed with the Tour Down Under. However, there will be no such issues for the Slovakian next year with San Juan set to start a few days later. While the Tour Down Under will take place between January 15 to 20, the Vuelta a San Juan is slated for January 27 to February 3.

Cavendish last started his season in South America in 2015, where he won the final stage of the Tour de San Luis. In recent years, the Manxman has opted to begin his year at the Dubai Tour and this will also be the first time in two years that he has begun racing in January.

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Bratislava 7. novembra 2018 (SITA/HSP/Foto: TASR/AP- Gero Breloer)   Rada pre vysielanie a retransmisiu uložila pokutu 13 276 eur vysielateľovi MARKÍZA – SLOVAKIA (programová služba TV DOMA) za porušenie zákona o vysielaní a retransmisii Ako ďalej agentúru SITA informovala hovorkyňa RVR Ivana Furjelová, k porušeniu zákona došlo podľa rady tým, že v dňoch 5. a 6. […]

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          Test Manager - DXC - Saskatchewan      Cache   Translate Page      
Proficiency in written and spoken English, German. Successful candidate will become part of the Slovakia delivery team servicing our foreign Customer in...
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German Language skills on a good level. Successful candidate will be a part of a SAP delivery team located in Slovakia....
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          11/7/2018: SPORTS/SCOREBOARD: Slovakia, Canada set for Cup clash      Cache   Translate Page      
Slovakia will try to slow down the hard-hitting Canadian power game when the teams meet in a Davis Cup qualifying round tie in February. The Slovak Tennis Federation announced the series will be played on an indoor red clay court at the 4,000-seat NTC...


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