Elizabeth; - Czech partners: 3) The Czech Association of home care services; 4) Hussite Theological Faculty of Charles University.
What does CUNI stand for?
CUNI stands for Charles University (Prague, Czech Republic)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
According to the research conducted by Karel Kleisner and colleagues from Charles University in the Czech Republic, the given assumption was violated only when the blue eyes belonged to a broad-faced man.
9 in the open access journal PLOS ONE by Karel Kleisner and colleagues from Charles University in the Czech Republic, the study's results attempt to answer a larger question: What makes us think a person's face looks trustworthy?
However, the beginnings of an organized studying of the Macedonian language on an academic level are connected with the first Macedonian language lecture delivered at Charles University in Prague in 1946 by Professor Antonin Frinta.
David Holeton, a professor at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic.
Supported by Grant agency of Charles University No.
The eccentric monarch thought highly of Tycho Brahe, who used the nickname "The Man With The Golden Nose" for a prosthesis, who decades earlier developed the heliocentric was very eager to lay hands on from the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics at Charles University in Prague, on the team that tested Brahe's beard in the 1990s, said a salve used to embalm the corpse may have contained the liquid metal.
Recarving the Dragon collects fifteen essays originally prepared for a conference held at Charles University in Prague in September 2001 (the conference program is included in an appendix).