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  • noun Polish labor leader and statesman (born in 1943)

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Examples

  • I carried it down the street when the word broke: Lechu (that's how we called Walesa back then: La-khu) is in town!

    Max Kolonko: Lech Walesa to Sue Organizers of the 20th Anniversary of Berlin Wall Collapse?

  • * Govt says most painful steps done in 2010, analysts doubt * PM cites deflation to justify cuts; CPI falls less in Nov * Prolonged strikes threatened by markets have understood the European Central Bank's message that unwinding liquidity support is no signal on interest rates, ECB President court for having called Walesa a communist-era agent.

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  • Minister Tony Blair's public statements on the buildup to the court for having called Walesa a communist-era agent.

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  • WARSAW, Poland (AP) - A Warsaw court on Tuesday began hearing a lawsuit filed by Lech Walesa in which the Solidarity founder is demanding damages from Polish President Lech Kaczynski for having called Walesa a communist-era agent.

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  • But they do not rise to the top of their Minister Tony Blair's public statements on the buildup to the court for having called Walesa a communist-era agent.

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  • WARSAW, Poland (AP) - A Warsaw court on Tuesday began hearing a lawsuit filed by Lech Walesa in which the Solidarity founder is demanding damages from Polish President Lech Kaczynski for having called Walesa a communist-era agent.

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  • WARSAW, Poland - A Warsaw court on Tuesday began hearing a lawsuit filed by Lech Walesa in which the Solidarity founder is demanding damages from Polish President Lech Kaczynski for having called Walesa a communist-era agent.

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  • WARSAW - Solidarity founder Lech Walesa is suing Polish President Lech Kaczynski for damages in a Warsaw court for having called Walesa a communist-era agent.

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  • The other "color revolution" leaders named in the Hu report had strong political organizations behind them: Mr. Yelts in was a high-ranking Soviet official, Mr. Mandela led the African National Congress, Mr. Walesa led Solidarity, and Ms. Suu Kyi led a political party that had already won a national election.

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  • In August 1980, shipyard workers in the Polish port of Gdansk went on strike for higher pay and for the reinstatement of sacked workers, including their leader, Lech Walesa.

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