Slovak Republic


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Slovak Republic a landlocked republic in central Europe; separated from the Czech Republic in 1993
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In literature:

The Czecho-Slovak State shall be a republic in constant endeavour for progress.
"Independent Bohemia" by Vladimir Nosek

In news:

Peter Burian's pursuit of his lost luggage is almost a metaphor for his country, the Slovak Republic, and its quest for respect and relevance in Europe.
The Slovak Republic (short form: Slovakia or.
Over 100 Robe moving lights were at the core of Martin Kubanka's lighting design for the 2008 final of Miss Universe Slovak Republic, staged recently at the National Tennis Center in Bratislava.
Jeremy Westcott, Edale's head of sales and marketing, says, "Panflex has a strong reputation in both the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic, and we are delighted to be working with them.".
The following areas appear as realistic initiatives to pursue to improve conditions in the Slovak Republic.
Participation of US and Canadian investors in the development of industrial centers in the Slovak Republic.

In science:

We are greatly indebted to Dr. O. Krichevsky for providing us with the experimental data . This work was supported by the grant VEGA 1/0429/03, Scientific Grant Agency of the Slovak Republic.
The dynamics of polymers in solution with hydrodynamic memory
Acknowledgment. This work was supported by the Scientific Grant Agency of the Slovak Republic (VEGA), grant No. 1/3033/06.
Effects of hydrodynamic noise on the diffusion of polymers in dilute solutions
This is a copy of the talk given at the conference “Methods in Field Theory” at Star´a Lesn´a, The Slovak Republic.
An Introduction to the Noncommutative Sphere and some Extensions