I saw her for the first time dancing by the fire.With her arms high above her head, and her plump lips singing along, I thought I'd never seen a woman more alive. Completely opposite of me.Repetition, consistency, and control have left my life without meaning.But then there was Theodora. Keeping me on my toes and forcing me to have new experiences.The only problem with capturing a wild creature is they were always meant to live free.I saw him for the first time sitting on a rock, spying on me like a creeper.With a perpetual scowl that didn't even break when I took my clothes off, I thought I'd never seen a man more serious.Completely opposite of me.In my world, chaos is a certainty and laws are bendable, if not breakable.But then there was Lawrence.The only problem with trying to shake up his world isI don't always know when to quit.Bohemian Law is a standalone
Bohemian State Law and the Bohemian Ausgleich in 1871
As the Czech ambassador to the United States, H. E. Petr Gandalovic noted in his foreword to this bookMla Rechcgl has written a monumental workrepresenting a culmination of his life achievement as a historian of Czech America. The Encyclopedia of Bohemian and Czech-American Biography is a unique and unparalleled publication. The enormity of this undertaking is reflected in the fact that it covers a universe, starting a few decades after the discovery of the New World, through the escapades and significant contributions of Bohemian Jesuits and Moravian Brethren in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and the mass migration of the Czechs after the revolutionary year of 1848 up to the early years of the twentieth century and the influx of refugees from Nazism and Communism. The encyclopedia has been planned as a representative, comprehensive, and authoritative reference tool, encompassing over 7,500 biographies. This prodigious and unparalleled encyclopedic vademecum, reflecting enduring contributions of notable Americans with Czech roots, is not only an invaluable tool for all researchers and students of Czech-American history, but also a cart blanche for the Czech Republic, which considers Czech Americans as their own and as a part of its magnificent cultural history.
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