Synonyms for kariera or Related words with kariera
Examples of "kariera"
With the arrival of white settlers, disease decimated most of the
. By the late first decade of the 1900s, the
tribal system had almost disintegrated, the oldest informant in one case being the last member of his clan. A hundred at that time lived on and around the sheep stations that had been established on their land.
Since 2008 the channel broadcasts Polish shows like "Włatcy móch", "1000 złych uczynków", "Camera Café", "Kasia i Tomek", "Król przedmieścia" and classic show "
Nikodem Dyzma is a 1956 Polish comedy film directed by Jan Rybkowski. It is based on the 1932 novel "
Nikodema Dyzmy" by Tadeusz Dołęga-Mostowicz.
In 2004, "
" made the first rating of Russian charitable organizations and foundations. The Mother’s Right Foundation was awarded the 4th place among 400 nominees.
Career of Nikos Dyzma (also known as
Nikosia Dyzmy in Polish) is a 2002 Polish film directed by Jacek Bromski.
Apart from the germinal influence of Radcliffe-Brown's study of
kinship for anthropological theory, his classification of their territorial divisions, it is argued, laid the groundwork for later aboriginal claims to native title.
Cezary Pazura (born June 13, 1962 in Tomaszów Mazowiecki) is a popular Polish actor known for his comedy roles in movies such as "Kiler", "Chłopaki nie płaczą", "
Nikosia Dyzmy" and a sitcom "13 posterunek".
consisted of at least 19 groups, each with their own defined territory. Their kinship structure consisted of a 4-class system, that can be represented as follows:
Much of the traditional
landscape, marked by aboriginal rock art, of which several examples have been discovered from Port Hedland into the interior, was inscribed in the 'Minyiburu' songline, which was only recorded as late as 1977 by Kingsley Palmer.
The Career of Nicodemus Dyzma (Polish title: "
Nikodema Dyzmy") is a 1932 Polish bestselling novel by Tadeusz Dołęga-Mostowicz. It was his first major literary success with immediate material rewards prompting Mostowicz to write and publish roughly two books per year (in total, he wrote 17 novels).
When Jerzy Kosinski published "Being There" – wrote historian Monika Adamczyk-Garbowska – "most Polish critics immediately recognized his book as a version of "
Nikodema Dyzmy" ("Nikodem Dyzma's Career") by Tadeusz Dolega-Mostowicz, a very popular novel from the interwar period, and Kosinski was again accused of plagiarism."
Radcliffe-Brown's analysis of their kinship structure was drawn, perhaps with the assistance of earlier notes made by Daisy Bates, and in was intended as challenging some key premises of Émile Durkheim's classic study The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life (1912) it provided a sophisticated model of 'interlocking complex of beautiful and symmetrical kinship systems', though it was pieced together from stray informants from the broken
tribal world, . Ironically, it has been observed, as the tribe disappeared, what remnants of their lore survived to be recorded began to make an important impact on anthropological thinking, with elements of it anticipated by some decades the core approach of structural functionalism decades later. A. P. Elkin described the
structure as one of 5 kinship types in north Western Australia, and a type also found among the Wailpi aborigines of the Flinders Ranges in South Australia. The re-analysis of this
theory played a significant role in Claude Lévi-Strauss's "The Elementary Structures of Kinship" (1949).
The Karajarri are an Indigenous Australian people, who once lived southwest of the Kimberleys in the northern Pilbara, predominantly between the coastal area and the Great Sandy Desert. They now mostly reside at Bidyadanga, south of Broome. To their north lived the Yawuru people, to the east the Mangala, to the northeast the Nyigina, and to their south the Nyangumarta. Further down the coast were the
lands ran along the coast from a point east of the Sherlock river to Port Hedland and inland, for about 50 miles over the De Grey area and the Yule and Turner rivers. In terms of tribal topography, the Ngarla lay east, the Ngarluma to their west, while the Yindjibarndi and Nyamal dwelt respectively up to their southern and south-eastern frontiers, encompassing an area of around 3,400-4000 square miles.
In 1928 he quit his journalistic job and devoted himself full-time to writing fiction. The following year he finished his first novel, and in 1930 published it as "Ostatnia brygada" ("The Last Brigade"). However, it was not until 1932 that he became famous as the author of "
Nikodema Dyzmy" ("The Career of Nicodemus Dyzma"), the most popular of his books. Initially serialized in newspapers, the novel proved a major success. Thereafter Mostowicz wrote an average of 2 novels a year. His monthly income is estimated to have exceeded 15,000 złotych, some 2,800 1939 US dollars.
However, Cybulski is best remembered as a screen actor. He first appeared in a 1954 film "
" as an extra. His first major role came in 1958, when he played in Kazimierz Kutz's "Krzyż Walecznych". The same year he also appeared as one of the main characters in Andrzej Wajda's "Ashes and Diamonds" and Aleksander Ford's "The Eighth Day of the Week" based on a short story by Marek Hłasko. From then on Cybulski was seen as one of the most notable actors of the Polish Film School and one of the "young and wrathful", as his generation of actors were called at the time.
In June 1982, a "Village Voice" report by Geoffrey Stokes and Eliot Fremont-Smith accused Kosiński of plagiarism, claiming that much of his work was derivative of prewar books unfamiliar to English readers, and that "Being There" was a plagiarism of "
Nikodema Dyzmy" — "The Career of Nicodemus Dyzma" — a 1932 Polish bestseller by Tadeusz Dołęga-Mostowicz. They also alleged Kosiński wrote "The Painted Bird" in Polish, and had it secretly translated into English. The report claimed that Kosiński's books had actually been ghost-written by "assistant editors", finding stylistic differences among Kosiński's novels. Kosiński, according to them, had depended upon his free-lance editors for "the sort of composition that we usually call writing." American biographer James Sloan notes that New York poet, publisher and translator, George Reavey, claimed to have written "The Painted Bird" for Kosiński.
In June 1982, a "Village Voice" article accused Kosiński of plagiarism, claiming much of his work was derivative of Polish sources unfamiliar to English readers. ("Being There", for example, bears a strong resemblance to "
Nikodema Dyzmy" – "The Career of Nicodemus Dyzma", a 1932 Polish bestseller by Tadeusz Dołęga-Mostowicz). The article also claimed that Kosiński's books had actually been ghost-written by his "assistant editors," pointing to striking stylistic differences among Kosiński's novels. The New York poet, publisher and translator George Reavey claimed to have written "The Painted Bird." However, in the opinion of Kosiński's American biographer James Sloan, Reavey was simply embittered by his own lack of literary success. Regardless, Reavey's assertions were ignored by the press.
Among the distinctions granted to Ruben Vardanyan are Business Person of the Year Award (AmCham Russia, 1999), “Best business manager on Russia’s capital market” (1999, 2000), awarded by "
" magazine, Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award (Russia, 2004), “Investment banker of the year” (2004, “Stock market elite” competition) by NAUFOR, Russian "GQ"’s “Man of the Year” as Best Entrepreneur (2010), “Alley of Fame” from the Russian Banking Forum for 20 years of service to Russia’s financial industry (2013) and many others. In 2001, "Fortune" magazine named Vardanyan to its list “25 Rising Stars of the New Generation”. In the same year, Vardanyan entered the list of the “100 Global Leaders of Tomorrow” at the World Economic Forum.
In the second half of the 1960s he performed on TVP (Polish Public Television), where he was a co-author of various TV shows, such as: "Poznajmy się", "Małżeństwo doskonałe", "
" i "Runda". In the 70s he co-created a radio satirical magazine "60 minut na godzinę", where he performed several roles creating famous characters, among which were: Kolega Kierownik and Kolega Kuchmistrz. He also held morning conversations on the radio. Together with Piotr Skrzynecki he hosted the National Festival of Polish Song in Opole. Throughout 60’s and 70’s he performed on stage, first in Kabaret Wagabunda (with Lidia Wysocka, Maria Koterbska, Mieczysław Czechowicz and Bogumił Kobiela, among others), afterwards in a programme "Popierajmy się" (with Bohdan Łazuka, Tadeusz Ross, Piotr Szczepanik and Ryszard Markowski). Later on, until the beginning of martial law in Poland, he performed on individual author’s evenings.
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