Polish / ˈ p ɒ l ɪ ʃ / may refer to: Polishing, the process of creating a smooth and shiny surface by rubbing or chemical action French polishing, polishing wood to a high gloss finish; Nail polish; Shoe polish; Polish (screenwriting), improving a script in smaller ways than in a rewrite; See also. All pages with titles beginning with Polish
Polish notation (PN), also known as normal Polish notation (NPN), Łukasiewicz notation, Warsaw notation, Polish prefix notation or simply prefix notation, is a mathematical notation in which operators precede their operands, in contrast to the more common infix notation, in which operators are placed between operands, as well as reverse Polish notation (RPN), in which operators follow their ...
The "Order" adopted the simplified so-called "album procedure" (as it was called in NKVD circles).The long lists of Poles condemned by a lower NKVD organ (so-called dvoika, a two-man team) during early meetings, were then collected into "albums" and sent to the midrange NKVD offices for a stamp of approval by a troika (a three-man team; a communist official, NKVD leader, and party procurator).
The Polish Boy is a sausage sandwich native to Cleveland, Ohio. It consists of a link of kielbasa sausage placed in a bun , and covered with a layer of french fries , a layer of barbecue sauce and a layer of coleslaw . 
Polish Navy in the West (acting in cooperation with the Allies Ships that retreated to Great Britain. Wicher-class destroyer. ORP Burza; Grom-class destroyer. ORP Grom; ORP Błyskawica; Orzeł-class submarine. ORP Orzeł; Wilk-class submarine. ORP Wilk; Ships loaned to PMW (Polish Navy) during the war. Danae-class cruiser. ORP Dragon; ORP Conrad
The fee for its release was high: in June 1923 it was 90,000 Polish marks, and in 1930 101 Polish złotys. In this form, the "Polish identity card" also served as a form of resident registration in which temporary stays in the country were also entered (outside the place of permanent check-in). The pre-1928 "Polish identity card" took the form ...
Maksymilian Faktorowicz (September 15, 1877 – August 30, 1938), also known as Max Factor Sr., was a Polish-American businessman, beautician, entrepreneur and inventor.As a founder of the cosmetics giant Max Factor & Company, he largely developed the modern cosmetics industry in the United States and popularized the term "make-up" in noun form based on the verb.