in Toronto .
Written in English
|Other titles||A bibliographical list of the Canadian Polish imprints, 1848-1957|
|LC Classifications||Z1395 P6 T8 SUPPL.|
|The Physical Object|
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Restaurant menu, map for Polonica Restaurant located in , Brooklyn NY, 3rd e: Eastern European, Polish. The study lists Polish periodicals published in Canada in a period of sixty years and it complements Polonica Canadiana by W. Turek, a publication that collects Polish-related publications from . - Vol. July August September October November Acta Physica Polonica A is referenced by International Center for Scientific Research is referenced by International Center for Scientific Research. Medical definition of plica polonica: a state of the hair in which it becomes twisted, matted, and crusted, usually as a result of neglect, filth, and infestation by vermin.