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- adj. Of, from or pertaining to Warsaw.
- n. Someone living in or originating from Warsaw.
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That group of Jews already assimilated or thirsting for assimilation, which on an earlier occasion, during the existence of the Varsovian duchy, had segregated itself from the rest of Jewry, assuming the label of "Old Testament believers,"  occupied a very influential position within the Jewish community of the
It was quite enough that it tacitly sanctioned the prolongation of the ten years term of Jewish rightlessness which had been fixed by the Government of the Varsovian duchy in 1808.
The place of Rabbi Israel of Kozhenitz and Rabbi Jacob-Isaac of Lublin, who together marshalled the hasidic forces during the time of the Varsovian duchy, was taken by founders and representatives of new Tzaddik dynasties.
Varsovian families a heritage of mourning to be worn until Poland is reinstated.
Come July you too can be a shiny happy Varsovian (ie a person from Warsaw).