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Noiinfo 2010 panorama 3
Timisoara

http://info.tm.edu.ro/


17 aprilie 2010
editia XVII-a
Liceul "Grigore Moisil" Timisoara
Inspectoratul Scolar Timis

Sesiunea de Comunicari Stiintifice
noiinfo

organizatori:
prof. Ianc Felicia
insp. Stancov Jelco

presedinte concurs
prof. Manz Dorin

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