Szeged


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Sze·ged

 (sĕg′ĕd′)
A city of southern Hungary on the Tisza River near the Serbian border. It is a major river port and an agricultural center.

Szeged

(Hungarian ˈsɛɡɛd)
n
(Placename) an industrial city in S Hungary, on the Tisza River. Pop: 162 860 (2003 est)

Sze•ged

(ˈsɛg ɛd)

n.
a city in S Hungary, on the Tisza River. 188,000.
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Purchase contract within the framework of the University of Szeged SIOP-2.
SZEGED, Hungary, Dhu-AlHijjah 01, 1436, September 15, 2015, SPA -- Hungary's government is declaring a crisis in two southern counties, bordering Serbia, because of the influx of migrants, a government spokesman said on Tuesday in the town of Szeged near the frontier, Reuters reported.
Migrants walk along the railway tracks connecting Horgos in Serbia and Szeged in Hungary towards the border fence near Roszke, in the vicinity of the border between Hungary and Serbia, 13 September 2015.
CsEiszEir completed her piano studies at the Franz Liszt College of Music at the Conservatory of Szeged, which is now the University of Szeged.
As often happens, its success raised high expectations, to which the author responded with A harmadik hid (The third bridge), a new "urban" novel taking place mainly in another sizeable Hungarian town straddling two banks of the river Tisza: Szeged.
Athletes from Kyrgyzstan participated in the ICF Canoe Sprint & Paracanoe World Cup on May 23-25 in Szeged, Hingary.
WOMEN'S K2 pair Angela Hannah and Jess Walker claimed GB Canoeing's third gold medal of the World Cup in Hungary with victory in the 200 metre race in Szeged.
In this study, Muriel Masson and colleagues at the University of Szeged examined seventy-one human skeletons from a 7000-year-old site in the south of Hungary.
HUNGARY A three-week-old giant anteater baby rests on the back of its mother Ursula in the Szeged Game Park MARS A colour-coded elevation image of Eden Patera, one of several sites in the Martian northern highlands that scientists believe may be the footprints of ancient supervolcanoes SERBIA Ljubisa Nicic shows peppers hung on the walls of his house in the village of Donja Lokosnica, which is well known for its bell and chilli peppers, which local residents make into paprika spice.
Substantially revising and updating his 2008 doctoral dissertation in Altaic studies at the University of Szeged, Hungary), Karoly describes the full set of Yakut deverbal nominal derivational suffixes and some adjacent suffixes of pre-Soviet times.
of Szeged, Hungary) describes the experiments in which the paws of mice are artificially swollen by injecting various chemicals into them, so that the mice can be given various potential drugs to see if any reduce the swelling.
Ganol fis Tachwedd, ymwelodd a dinas Szeged yn Hwngari, lle y cynhaliwyd Gwyl Delynau Ryngwladol lle'r oedd unwaith eto ar y panel beirniaid.