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 (dyûr, dyœr)
A city of northwest Hungary near the Slovakian border. On the site of a Roman military outpost evacuated in the fourth century ad, it was later a Magyar stronghold (10th century) and an autonomous municipality within Habsburg Hungary (after 1743).


(Hungarian djøːr)
(Placename) an industrial town in NW Hungary: medieval Benedictine abbey. Pop: 128 913 (2003 est)



a city in NW Hungary. 131,000.
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Hoffmann's earlier roles include quality management at Lamborghini in Sant'Agata in Italy and engine development at Audi's factory in Gyor, Hungary.
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The press shop will complete the full production cycle in our plant in Gyor.
Their trip goes to Prague, Vienna and Budapest, as well as trips to Bratislava and the beautiful Hungarian town of gyor.
Hungarian outfit Gyor ETO beat Montpellier in the last round and they could secure a first leg win at home to Dinamo Zagreb.
WHILE some players find it hard to accept the blame, Montpellier goalkeeper Geoffrey Jourdren held his hands up after his side's Europa League defeat against Gyor.
Such facilities are also needed in Rotenturm and Gyor.