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- n. Plural form of Varsovian.
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Tarski had been passed over for the chair in LwÃ³w, which went to Chwistek on the strength of praise from Russell, even though the Varsovians, including LeÅniewski, had supported Tarski.
Countess he was going to visit, but some very old Varsovians think they know.
The fact that Varsovians picked themselves up and rebuilt almost everything is reason enough to pay the country's capital a visit.
Varsovians can now easily find the line running along several major streets near downtown and curling around what is now the Jewish Cemetery.
Buses and trams came to a stop and people in streets and cafes stood to show their respects when the sirens wailed at the exact moment Sunday when Varsovians took up arms against their German occupiers. "