Walesa

[ US /vəˈɫɛsə, wəˈɫɛsə/ ]
NOUN
  1. Polish labor leader and statesman (born in 1943)
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How To Use Walesa In A Sentence

  • In August 1980, shipyard workers in the Polish port of Gdansk went on strike for higher pay and for the reinstatement of sacked workers, including their leader, Lech Walesa. Zero-Sum Future
  • I carried it down the street when the word broke: Lechu (that's how we called Walesa back then: La-khu) is in town! Max Kolonko: Lech Walesa to Sue Organizers of the 20th Anniversary of Berlin Wall Collapse?
  • Walesa had secured the backing of virtually all of the country's political and social organizations, including the Catholic Church.
  • Walesa's visit was also intended to boost bilateral trade and cultural exchanges.
  • John Paul II will rightly be praised for his unbending opposition to communism and his support for Lech Walesa.
  • Mr Walesa burned his fingers by promising he would give every Pole 100m zlotys to start a business.
  • WARSAW, Poland - A Warsaw court on Tuesday began hearing a lawsuit filed by Lech Walesa in which the Solidarity founder is demanding damages from Polish President Lech Kaczynski for having called Walesa a communist-era agent. Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7
  • Over time Walesa became active in the underground labour movement and witnessed the repression of workers' protests in the 1970s.
  • He won the case by default when no one appeared to represent Mr Walesa.
  • Too early, ' said former Polish President Lech Walesa, who won the peace prize in 1983. 'He has no contribution so far. He is only beginning to act.
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