he was undoing the wooden box, and he took out the silver sword. "This is the best of my treasures," he said. "It will bring me luck. And it will bring you luck, because you gave it to me. I don't tell anybody my name - it is not safe. But because you gave me the sword and I didn't borrow it, I will tell you." He whispered. "It is Jan."
late news was suicide of w:Jan Masaryk - In my view, Jan Masaryk was thoroughly corrupt, who bumped himself off because he saw at last where his moral cowardice and ideological 'Playboyery' had led him. I vividly remember visiting him in Washington, fat, slightly tight, coming into the room looking like a broken-down butler with his master, the little Communist, Clementis, [-] and saying in a loud voice -'Has anyone seen an Iron Curtain? I haven't.' Well, he has now.Malcolm Muggeridge
Jan Mentz , Paula Kotzé and Alta van der Merwe (2012) "A comparison of practitioner and researcher definitions of enterprise architecture using an interpretation method." in: Advances in Enterprise Information Systems II . Charles Møller and Sohail Chaudhry eds. CRC Press 2012. p. 11–25
If the government does not pass the Jan Lokpal Bill, I will begin my fast unto death at New Delhi.
[Jan: As long as I'm around to pay you, I don't care. Kyle: My sentiments exactly] Mine, too! AH HA HA!
In 1591, the fifth Qutb Shahi Sultan of Golconda, Mohammad Quli (r.1580-1612) built a city as ‘a replica of heaven ’. He named it Bhagnagar, after his beloved Bhagmati. In 1983, the German architect Jan Pieper quoted chapter and verse to argue that the city was indeed an architectural metaphor for the Quranic heaven.
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