Polish

Polish (BrE: /ˈpoʊlɪʃ/ or AmE: /ˈpoʊlɪʃ/) may refer to:

  • Anything from or related to Poland, a country in europe.
  • Polish language
  • Poles, people from Poland
  • Polish (chicken)
  • Polish cuisine
  • Polish space, in mathematics

Polish ( /ˈpɒlɪʃ/) may refer to:

  • Polishing, the process of creating a smooth and shiny surface by rubbing or chemical action
  • Nail polish
  • Shoe polish

Other articles related to "polish":

Polish People's Party
... The Polish People's Party (Polish Polskie Stronnictwo Ludowe, abbreviated to PSL (traditionally translated as Polish Peasants' Party), is a centrist, agrarian, and Christian democratic political party in Poland ...
Grudziądz - Notable Residents
... writer Georg Jalkowski(1852–1902) Polish publisher Waldemar Kophamel (1880–1934), U-Boat commander Leo White (1882–1948), stage performer Alfons Hoffmann(1895–1963), Polish engineer Boles ...
Polish People's Party - History - Before 1945
... PSL led by Wincenty Witos, becoming one of the most important political parties in the Second Polish Republic until it was removed by the Sanacja regime (see also People's Party) ... During this time there were two parties using the term "Polish People's Party" Polish People's Party "Piast" and Polish People's Party "Wyzwolenie" ... During World War II, PSL took part in forming the Polish government in exile ...
Paweł Jasienica
... pen name of Leon Lech Beynar (10 November 1909 – 19 August 1970), a Polish historian, journalist and soldier ... During World War II, Jasienica (then, Leon Beynar) fought in the Polish Army, and later, the Armia Krajowa resistance ... He is best known for his 1960s books on Polish history—on the Kingdom of Poland under the Piast Dynasty, the Jagiellon Dynasty, and the elected kings of ...

Famous quotes containing the word polish:

    Use the stones of another hill to polish your own jade.
    Chinese proverb.

    ‘Then I polish all the silver, which a supper-table lacquers;
    Then I write the pretty mottoes which you find inside the
    crackers’—
    Sir William Schwenck Gilbert (1836–1911)

    It has always been my practice to cast a long paragraph in a single mould, to try it by my ear, to deposit it in my memory, but to suspend the action of the pen till I had given the last polish to my work.
    Edward Gibbon (1737–1794)