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Inga Širina, Ieva Strēle, Inese Siksna and Dace Gardovska

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Dariusz Patkowski, Konrad Rysiakiewicz, Jolanta Rysiakiewicz, Andrzej Koziełł, Wojciech Apoznański and Jerzy Czernik

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Hor Ismail, Dorota Broniszczak, Artur Apanasiewicz, Weronika Kasprzyk, Joanna Teisserye, Ludmiła Bacewicz, Mikołaj Teisserye, Małgorzata Markiewicz-Kijewska, Marek Szymczak, Elżbieta Jezierska and Piotr Kaliciński

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Diana Aniela Moldovan, Maria Despina Baghiu, Alina Balas and Sorana Teodora Truta

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Katarzyna Urban, Zofia Ignasiak, Krzysztof Wronecki and Anna Skrzek

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Jennifer Sumsion, Linda J. Harrison and Matthew Stapleton

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Aspazija Sofijanova, Aleksandar Sajkovski, Dushko Fidanovski, Antonio Hristovski and Ljiljana Koich

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Snezhana Palchevska-Kocevska and Ljiljana Kojik

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Blesneac Cristina, Şuteu Carmen, Togănel Rodica, Benedek Theodora and I Benedek

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Miroslava Ljujić-Glišić and Niveska Božinović-Prekajski

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