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Poles in Interracial Relationships

Poland is a very homogenous country - racially and ethnically. Almost all people living in Poland are Caucasian, with hair colors from black, brown, ruddy to blondes and with the whole spectrum of shapes, sizes and characters.

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How to Impress a Polish Woman

This article should serve as a short course of savoir vivre for a man for his first date with a Polish lady. But it may be useful also to people who will be visiting their Polish friends soon or to anybody who is going to Poland. Read more about Polish habits in series of articles with advices for tourists. Check the most recent articles: Dating in PolandPoles and Exotic Beauty Syndrome and Poles in Interracial Relationships and many more in section Dating Poles.

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Poles in Salt Lake City Winter Olympic Games 2002

Salt Lake City Olympic will be remembered for many reasons. First of all because of the corruption scandal that revealed the dark site of the International Olympic Committee and towns and nations who compete to win the right to organize the games. The article in the BBC explains the scandal in which large sums of money were paid by SLC top officials to members of the International Olympic Committee to secure the bid.

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Push Not the River by James Conroyd Martin - Book Review

Push Not the River
James Conroyd Martin
Thomas Dunne Books, St. Martin's Press
September 2003

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The Polish translation of Push Not the River, a novel based on the diary of a Polish countess who lived through the Third of May Constitution years (1790s) has been published by the largest book club in Poland, debuting there at # 5. Seventeen-year-old Anna Maria Berezowska started her diary at the age of seventeen, when both her personal life and the political situation in Poland began to unravel. Author James Conroyd Martin began work with the diary in 1976, balancing and integrating Anna's very personal odyssey with the rise and fall of the ill-fated Constitution. Critics have cited the story as having the sweep of stories like Gone with the Wind and Doctor Zhivago. "But Anna's story is true," Martin is quick to point out.

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Changes in Education System in Poland: Part III. Education after the Reform

Part III. Education after the Reform

This is a third article from the series of educational articles.

The middle school educates according to the traditional division into subjects like in contemporary high school. But the education program will also encompass philosophy, ecology and civil defense. The education in middle school is also, like in the elementary and high school, accomplished by an exam that will decide about next education choice of the student. The result of the exam will basically determine whether student will attend the 3-year high school or 2 -year vocational school.

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