atrium [atria, -pl ] - traducción al Inglés
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atrium [atria, -pl ]atria, -pl ] - traducción al Inglés

Atrium Cardiff; ATRiuM (Cardiff); Atrium (Cardiff)
  • The ATRiuM building in January 2017
  • Phase 1 during construction in April 2007

atrium [atria, -pl.]      
(n.) = atrio, patio, galería
Ex: The extension was designed to blend with the original listed building and the two have been linked by a glass atrium giving access to the whole library.
Polish language         
  • Old Polish]] – ''Day, ut ia pobrusa, a ty poziwai'', meaning "let me grind, and you have a rest" highlighted in red.
  • Yiddish (Jewish)]] languages which are near-identical due to the large Jewish minority that once inhabited Poland. One example is the [[fishing rod]], ווענטקע (ventke), borrowed directly from Polish ''wędka.''
  • The oldest printed text in Polish – ''Statuta synodalia Episcoporum Wratislaviensis'' printed in 1475 in [[Wrocław]] by Kasper Elyan.
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  • Spoken Polish in a neutral informative tone
  • The Polish alphabet contains 32 letters. Q, V and X are not used in the Polish language.
  • /ɛ, ɔ, a/}} in certain contexts
  • A formal-tone informative sign in Polish, with a composition of vowels and consonants and a mixture of long, medium and short [[syllables]]
  • A Polish speaker, recorded in Poland
  • The [[Jakub Wujek Bible]] in Polish, 1599 print. The letters á and é were subsequently abolished, but survive in Czech.
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(n.) = polaco
Ex: This article discusses the functioning of the term "information science" in Polish language as well as the use of this term in English-language and Soviet lexicographical sources.
  • placki ziemniaczane]], and [[rye bread]].
  • UNESCO]]-protected [[Białowieża Forest]].
  • Polish Army]] [[7TP]] tanks on military manoeuvres shortly before the [[invasion of Poland]] in 1939
  • [[Andrzej Wajda]], the recipient of an [[Honorary Oscar]], the [[Palme d'Or]], as well as Honorary [[Golden Lion]] and [[Golden Bear]] awards.
  • Kingdom of Poland]], 15 July 1410.
  • A reconstruction of a [[Bronze Age]], [[Lusatian culture]] settlement in [[Biskupin]], 8th century BC
  • [[Casimir III the Great]] is the only Polish king to receive the title of ''Great''. He built extensively during his reign, and reformed the Polish army along with the country's legal code, 1333–70.
  • [[All Saints' Day]] on 1 November is one of the most important public holidays in Poland.
  • Kashubian]] road sign with the village name
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  • multirole]] [[fighter aircraft]]
  • death of Poland's top government officials]] in a plane crash on 10 April 2010
  • [[Jagiellonian University]] in [[Kraków]]
  • Ottoman Turks]] at the [[Battle of Vienna]] on 12 September 1683.
  • Chief of State]] Marshal [[Józef Piłsudski]] was a hero of the Polish independence campaign and the nation's premiere statesman from 1918 until his death on 12 May 1935.
  • ''Constitution of 3 May'']] adopted in 1791 was the first modern constitution in Europe.
  • Maria Skłodowska-Curie]] was the first person to win two [[Nobel Prize]]s.<ref name="A century of X-rays and radioactivity in medicine: with emphasis on photographic records of the early years" />
  • State Police Service]] (''Policja'')
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs]], located in [[Warsaw]]
  • [[Morskie Oko]] alpine lake in the [[Tatra Mountains]]. Poland has one of the highest densities of lakes in the world.
  • national football team]]
  • heliocentric]] model of the solar system.
  • 303 Polish Fighter Squadron]] during the [[Battle of Britain]], October 1940
  • Roman Church]] and the [[Baptism of Poland]] marked the beginning of statehood in 966.
  • Topographic]] map of Poland
  • The [[Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth]] at its greatest extent in 1619
  • Pole]] to become a [[Roman Catholic]] [[Pope]].
  • Population of Poland from 1900 to 2010 in millions of inhabitants
  • polonaise]]'' dresses, 1780–1785.
  • 1795]].
  • TVP]] in Warsaw
  • national and cultural symbol]]
  • 1989 elections]]
  • [[Stanisław II Augustus]], the last [[King of Poland]], reigned from 1764 until his abdication on 25 November 1795.
  • Wrocław railway station]]
  • ghettos]] are marked with yellow stars. Nazi [[extermination camps]] are marked with white skulls in black squares. The border in 1941 between [[Nazi Germany]] and the [[Soviet Union]] is marked in red.
  • Polish kings]] from 1038 until the capital was moved to [[Warsaw]] in 1596.
  • Old City of Zamość]] is a [[UNESCO World Heritage Site]].
  • The [[Sejm]] is the [[lower house]] of the [[parliament of Poland]].
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Atrium, Cardiff

Atrium (styled as ATRiuM), officially ATRiuM: Cardiff Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries and also known as ATRiuM Building, forms part of the Cardiff campus of the University of South Wales, along with Atlantic House in Tyndall Street. It is located in the Adamsdown area of Cardiff city centre, Wales. The building was first opened as a university building by the University of Glamorgan on 29 November 2007. A new extension (ATRiuM 2A) added in September 2014 and second (ATRiuM 2B) in 2016.