Pogon

Pogon

A largely obsolete Romanian measure of area approximately equivalent to five square meters.
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Now sports director at Pogon Szczecin, Adamczuk said: "I make it 70-30 in favour of Rangers.
Zyro spent this season on loan at Pogon Szczecin where he scored once in 12 matches.
Zyro spent this season on loan at Polish first division club Pogon Szczecin.
Polish striker Michal Zyro has been back in his homeland with Pogon Szczecin and scored once.
He retired at the age of 31 after a string of bad injuries, but returned to playing in 2000/01, making a single appearance for Polish side Pogon Szczecin.
Gordon, 24, signed for second-tier side Pogon Siedlce in February, extending his stay in Polish football until at least this summer after spending a year at top division outfit Jagellonia.
However, later, Maceikianiec described his abstention as a "mistake." He established the Polish-language website pogon.lt and became a prominent critic of Polish and Russian chauvinism.
Firm names such as 'Terror Corps' (Pogon Szczecin FC) 'Psycho Fans' (Ruch Chorzow FC) and the 'Destroyers' (Wisla Lodz FC) tell you these fans probably are not content with just shouting colourful language at the referee once a week.
(De andros hombre, y pogon Oso) Clase Poligamia, Orden Monoaecia, nardo, spica indica.
(80.) See the facsimile and essay in Onhae Tuch'ang chibyo (Pogon pokchi kajokpu, 2009).
Foreign Wives Life in Korea: Focusing on the Policy of Welfare and Health (Kukche kyorhon iju yosong silt'ae chosa mit pogon pokchi chiwon chongch'aek pangan).
That sum of money was called "pogon," and was the correspondent of the Romanian "treapad romanesc."