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Examples of "antoniewicz"
Antoniewicz, or Bołoz properly, is a Polish Coat of Arms from Armenian origin. It was used by Polish - Armenian szlachta familie Antoniewicz de (von) Bołoz, since ennoblement by emperor Josef II in 1789.
Antoniewicz has cooked for Crown Prince Harald of Norway, Queen Elisabeth II, and Angela Merkel.
Heiko Antoniewicz (born 10 November 1965 in Dortmund) is a German chef who uses techniques of molecular gastronomy, including sous-vide.
Karol Antoniewicz (Bołoz.) (born in Lwów (now Lviv Ukraine), 6 November 1807; died 14 November 1852) was a Polish-Armenian Jesuit and missionary.
He was the son of Joseph Antoniewicz, a nobleman and lawyer. His pious mother Josephine, née Nikorowicz, attended to his early training on their estate at Skwarzawa, where they had moved in 1818.
Michał Woysym-Antoniewicz (July 7, 1897 – December 1, 1989) was a Polish equestrian who competed in the 1928 Summer Olympics. He was born in Kraków and died in Austin, Texas, United States.
A forced landing on the planet Palmary leads to McKell being captured by the Patth; he is rescued, however, by some of the crew. They decide to take temporary refuge at the isolated planet Beyscrim. There, they are confronted by Antoniewicz, and it is revealed that Antoniewicz, through the crewmember Everett, had engineered most of the sabotage incidents, believing that McKell was no longer loyal to him and intending to bring him back into line. Then, recognizing the "Icarus"' value, he had decided to take it for himself, and maneuvered the "Icarus" and its crew into coming to Beyscrim.
When on 7 May 1848, the Society of Jesus was dissolved in Austria, Antoniewicz went to Silesia (Gräfenberg), returning incognito, however, to Lwów, in 1850. Being discovered, he left the country, stopping at Cracow, just after the conflagration of 18 July 1850, to console the inhabitants. On this occasion, he delivered the sermon "On the ruins of Cracow" ("Na zgliszczach Krakowa").
J. E. Schlegel's "Asthetische und dramaturgische Schriften" have been edited by J. von Antoniewicz (1887), and a selection of his plays by F. Muncker in "Bremer Beiträge", vol. ii. (Kürschner's "Deutsche Nalionalliteratur", vol. xliv., 1899). See, besides the biography by his brother in the edition of his works, E. Wolff, "Johann Elias Schlegel" (1889); and J. Rentsch, "Johann Elias Schlegel als Trauerspieldichter" (1890).
Upon the request of Count D'Este, Governor of Galicia, the Provincial (Father Pierling) appointed him missionary for the Sandec district, where crime and lawlessness (massacre of the nobility, 1846) reigned supreme. During seven months, Antoniewicz gave over twenty missions, preached over 200 sermons. His impaired health, however, compelled him to seek a mountainous climate in spring, 1847. Having recovered, he was assigned to St. Nicholas in Lwów, as preacher, and as confessor for students.
As one of the best-known businessmen of his time, Łukasiewicz was elected to the Galician Sejm. In 1877 he also organized the first Oil Industry Congress and founded the National Oil Society. Ignacy Łukasiewicz died in Chorkówka on 7 January 1882 of pneumonia and was buried in the small cemetery at Zręcin, next to the Gothic Revival church that he had financed. Łukasiewicz married, in 1857, his niece Honorata Stacherska and after losing their only daughter, Marianna, the couple adopted Walentyna Antoniewicz.
Biographical details about him are scarce. He was discovered by Jan Bołoz Antoniewicz and appeared in scholarly literature in 1923 in the monograph of Władysław Żyła "Kościół i klasztor Dominikanów we Lwowie" ("Dominican church and monastery in Lviv"). His first and second name, some information about his family and approximate date of death were only established in 1993, with the discovery of registers of the Buchach Roman Catholic parish. The place and exact date of his birth remain unknown.
Prior to delivering a cargo to the nearby planet Xathru, Jordan McKell, a smuggler for a crime lord nicknamed Brother John and his shadowy boss, Mr. Antoniewicz, is on the planet Meima with his partner, Ixil, a member of an alien species called the Kalixiri. McKell is offered a job by a man named Alexander Borodin, whom he recognizes as the famous industrialist and sometime-archaeologist Arno Cameron. Cameron wants McKell to pilot the ship "Icarus", which is carrying a very important cargo in its sealed storage core, to Earth.
Manvydas was married twice: Jadvyga and Juliania. Jadviga's origin is unknown. Polish historians Władysław Semkowicz and Marceli Antoniewicz have attempted to identify her with who adopted Manvydas in the 1413 Union of Horodło. Information on Juliana is conflicting. "Origo regis Jagyelo et Witholdi ducum Lithuaniae" mentions that Juliana, who later married Manvydas, was wife of Butrimas, the murdered nephew of Birutė and cousin of Vytautas. Jan Długosz mentions that Juliana was a widow of Narimantas, who died in defense of Vilnius in 1390, and a sister of Anna, wife of Vytautas. Manvydas had one known son Jonas Manvydas.
Antoniewicz's plans are thwarted, however, with the arrival of a Kalixiri commando force that had been sent by Uncle Arthur. In the end, McKell reveals that he and Ixil are not smugglers, but instead members of a military intelligence organization who had been assigned to infiltrate Antoniewicz's operation. McKell had been on Meima under orders from Uncle Arthur, his superior, to find Cameron and help him out of whatever trouble he was in, with taking the job as the "Icarus"' pilot a maneuver to that end; landing the "Icarus" on Beyscrim had merely been bait to bring Antoniewicz out of his cover.
Ignacy Łukasiewicz was born on 8 March 1822 in Zaduszniki, near Mielec, in the Austrian Empire (after the partition of Poland) as the youngest of five children. His family had Armenian origins and his parents were Apolonia, née Świetlik, and Józef Łukasiewicz, a member of the local intelligentsia nobility entitled to use Łada coat of arms and a veteran of Kościuszko's Uprising. They rented a small manor in Zaduszniki, but soon after Ignacy's birth the family was forced to relocate to nearby city of Rzeszów due to financial difficulties. There Ignacy entered the local secondary school (Konarski's Gymnasium), but failed to pass the exams and left in 1836. In order to help his parents and financially support all of the relatives, he moved to Łańcut, where he began work as a pharmacist's assistant in a chemist. Towards the end of his life Łukasiewicz often described his childhood as happy; the atmosphere at home was patriotic and somewhat democratic and he commonly recalled his first tutor, Colonel Woysym-Antoniewicz, who was also a resident in their house.