Po pierwsze, po drugie itd.( transitive ) To recruit or match an appropriate person for a job.

Just visit the pier any weekend, summer or winter, and you'll see the dive-school vans parked in their regular places.Put down, put, set, set down, lay down, deposit, position, plant, rest, stand, sit, settle, station, situate, leave, stow, prop, lean View synonyms.1 Cause to be in a particular situation.Middle English lough, loogh, lo (place, stead from Old English lh (place, stead Middle English stede (place, location from Old English stede (place, stead and Middle English stowe (place from Old English stw (place, locality, site).

On the whole then, restaurants are great places to eat in, but perhaps not that good as an investment.Collaboration and cooperation replaced gossip, and teamwork took the place of quarrels.