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Irena Jelonkiewicz

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Jowita Wycisk

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Dorota Szczygieł, Aleksandra Jasielska and Agata Wytykowska

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Tadeusz Ostrowski

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Adam Grabowski and Philip Broemer

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Helena Wrona-Polańska

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Barbara Dolińska

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Domagoj Švegar

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Dorota Kalka and Monika Pawłowska

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Katarzyna A. Knopp

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