Example sentences for: jagiellonian

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  • The Sejm moved to Warsaw in 1569, and the death of the last ruler of the Jagiellonian dynasty, Zygmunt August, led to the creation of a Republic of Nobles and an elective monarchy that would serve it.

  • In 1543 Nicholas Copernicus, born in Toru´n and a graduate of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, published his groundbreaking and astronomy-altering treatise, De revolutionibus orbium Coeliestium, which positioned the sun and not the earth as the center of the universe.

  • In the most wide-ranging critique so far, published this April, two Polish researchers, Jan Kozlowski, of Jagiellonian University, Krakow, and Marek Konarzewski of the University of Bialystok, claimed that the theory's maths could not simultaneously contain both uniform terminal units and three-quarter-power scaling, that large animals built along such lines would have more blood than their bodies could contain, that biological scaling laws were not built around quarter powers, and that biological networks were not generally branching fractals.


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