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деуки..... капэтс.....

купила сумку, внутрь даже не глядела....понравилась внешне,этого достаточно. Дома открываю,чтоб все переложить....а там....
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Кактус
пачка баксов?...))
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Кактус
пачка баксов?...))
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Да щаззззз
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Комментарий удален.Почему?
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ну я же просила....((
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и что там )
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и что там )
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Падклад
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Кусок Г.
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Кусок Г.
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Не,тебя там не было
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Не,тебя там не было
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Хе-хе-хе.. за что ты так с ней?
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Рэм Ⓡ
Хе-хе-хе.. за что ты так с ней?
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Как?
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Как?
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Нелицеприятно..
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Рэм Ⓡ
Нелицеприятно..
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Ну так-то без конкретики)))
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Кусок Г.
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Instrumentation optical fibres for wave transformation, signal
processing, sensors, and photonic functional components,
manufactured at Białystok University of Technology
in Dorosz Fibre Optics Laboratory
R.S. ROMANIUK
Warsaw University of Technology, Institute of Electronic Systems, 15/19 Nowowiejska St., 00-665 Warsaw, Poland
Abstract. Tailored, specialty optical fibres, made of complex glasses, called collectively as a non-telecommunications or instrumentation
family, serve for various optical wave transformations for particular functional purposes and optical signal processing, rather than for long
distance lossless and dispersionless, undistorted transmission. Research work on these fibres started during the late seventies of the last
century in ITME/Warsaw and in Białystok University of Technology at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering. The initiator of this research
at Glass Works Białystok [39] and Białystok University of Technology [4] was, then a very young engineer, Jan Dorosz. Over 35 years of
development of the technological team, under his skilful management, resulted in a top laboratory which today does research at the cutting
edge of the photonics science. The Białystok Optical Fibre Technology Laboratory (OFTL) is now a pearl in the crown of his Alma Mater.
The paper opens this special issue of the PAS Bulletin on Technical Sciences, devoted to professor Jan Dorosz, and shows some of the
developments in the area of optical fibre photonics, which were carried out at his active laboratory.
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Instrumentation optical fibres for wave transformation, signal
processing, sensors, and photonic functional components,
manufactured at Białystok University of Technology
in Dorosz Fibre Optics Laboratory
R.S. ROMANIUK
Warsaw University of Technology, Institute of Electronic Systems, 15/19 Nowowiejska St., 00-665 Warsaw, Poland
Abstract. Tailored, specialty optical fibres, made of complex glasses, called collectively as a non-telecommunications or instrumentation
family, serve for various optical wave transformations for particular functional purposes and optical signal processing, rather than for long
distance lossless and dispersionless, undistorted transmission. Research work on these fibres started during the late seventies of the last
century in ITME/Warsaw and in Białystok University of Technology at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering. The initiator of this research
at Glass Works Białystok [39] and Białystok University of Technology [4] was, then a very young engineer, Jan Dorosz. Over 35 years of
development of the technological team, under his skilful management, resulted in a top laboratory which today does research at the cutting
edge of the photonics science. The Białystok Optical Fibre Technology Laboratory (OFTL) is now a pearl in the crown of his Alma Mater.
The paper opens this special issue of the PAS Bulletin on Technical Sciences, devoted to professor Jan Dorosz, and shows some of the
developments in the area of optical fibre photonics, which were carried out at his active laboratory.
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Золушка
Дырка?
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Золушка
Дырка?
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Горошки черные на красном фоне))))
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Горошки черные на красном фоне))))
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А надо? На белом?))
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Instrumentation optical fibres for wave transformation, signal
processing, sensors, and photonic functional components,
manufactured at Białystok University of Technology
in Dorosz Fibre Optics Laboratory
R.S. ROMANIUK
Warsaw University of Technology, Institute of Electronic Systems, 15/19 Nowowiejska St., 00-665 Warsaw, Poland
Abstract. Tailored, specialty optical fibres, made of complex glasses, called collectively as a non-telecommunications or instrumentation
family, serve for various optical wave transformations for particular functional purposes and optical signal processing, rather than for long
distance lossless and dispersionless, undistorted transmission. Research work on these fibres started during the late seventies of the last
century in ITME/Warsaw and in Białystok University of Technology at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering. The initiator of this research
at Glass Works Białystok [39] and Białystok University of Technology [4] was, then a very young engineer, Jan Dorosz. Over 35 years of
development of the technological team, under his skilful management, resulted in a top laboratory which today does research at the cutting
edge of the photonics science. The Białystok Optical Fibre Technology Laboratory (OFTL) is now a pearl in the crown of his Alma Mater.
The paper opens this special issue of the PAS Bulletin on Technical Sciences, devoted to professor Jan Dorosz, and shows some of the
developments in the area of optical fibre photonics, which were carried out at his active laboratory.
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Сеньор Помидор
Instrumentation optical fibres for wave transformation, signal
processing, sensors, and photonic functional components,
manufactured at Białystok University of Technology
in Dorosz Fibre Optics Laboratory
R.S. ROMANIUK
Warsaw University of Technology, Institute of Electronic Systems, 15/19 Nowowiejska St., 00-665 Warsaw, Poland
Abstract. Tailored, specialty optical fibres, made of complex glasses, called collectively as a non-telecommunications or instrumentation
family, serve for various optical wave transformations for particular functional purposes and optical signal processing, rather than for long
distance lossless and dispersionless, undistorted transmission. Research work on these fibres started during the late seventies of the last
century in ITME/Warsaw and in Białystok University of Technology at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering. The initiator of this research
at Glass Works Białystok [39] and Białystok University of Technology [4] was, then a very young engineer, Jan Dorosz. Over 35 years of
development of the technological team, under his skilful management, resulted in a top laboratory which today does research at the cutting
edge of the photonics science. The Białystok Optical Fibre Technology Laboratory (OFTL) is now a pearl in the crown of his Alma Mater.
The paper opens this special issue of the PAS Bulletin on Technical Sciences, devoted to professor Jan Dorosz, and shows some of the
developments in the area of optical fibre photonics, which were carried out at his active laboratory.
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Сеньор Помидор
Instrumentation optical fibres for wave transformation, signal
processing, sensors, and photonic functional components,
manufactured at Białystok University of Technology
in Dorosz Fibre Optics Laboratory
R.S. ROMANIUK
Warsaw University of Technology, Institute of Electronic Systems, 15/19 Nowowiejska St., 00-665 Warsaw, Poland
Abstract. Tailored, specialty optical fibres, made of complex glasses, called collectively as a non-telecommunications or instrumentation
family, serve for various optical wave transformations for particular functional purposes and optical signal processing, rather than for long
distance lossless and dispersionless, undistorted transmission. Research work on these fibres started during the late seventies of the last
century in ITME/Warsaw and in Białystok University of Technology at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering. The initiator of this research
at Glass Works Białystok [39] and Białystok University of Technology [4] was, then a very young engineer, Jan Dorosz. Over 35 years of
development of the technological team, under his skilful management, resulted in a top laboratory which today does research at the cutting
edge of the photonics science. The Białystok Optical Fibre Technology Laboratory (OFTL) is now a pearl in the crown of his Alma Mater.
The paper opens this special issue of the PAS Bulletin on Technical Sciences, devoted to professor Jan Dorosz, and shows some of the
developments in the area of optical fibre photonics, which were carried out at his active laboratory.
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