Tisza


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Ti·sza

 (tĭs′ô) also Ti·sa (tē′sə)
A river of central Europe rising in the Carpathian Mountains in the western Ukraine and flowing about 995 km (620 mi) generally southward across eastern Hungary and northern Serbia to the Danube River.

Tisza

(Hungarian ˈtisɔ)
n
(Placename) a river in S central Europe, rising in W Ukraine and flowing west, forming part of the border between Ukraine and Romania, then southwest across Hungary into Serbia to join the Danube north of Belgrade. Slavonic and Romanian name: Tisa

Ti•sza

(ˈtɪs ɔ)

n.
a river in S central Europe, flowing from the Carpathian Mountains through E Hungary and NE Yugoslavia into the Danube N of Belgrade. 800 mi. (1290 km) long.
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Use endangered the Tisza river bottom Hungarian section a total of 3 large water basin management plan must be drawn to the high-water bed, the riparian zone, the flooded and the water arising by land, exploitation, and rules for the main riverbed management planning in order and content for the rivers - 83/2014 on.
The VBC was created between 1793 and 1801 with the main purpose of irrigation and connecting the Danube and Tisza rivers.
The Borbely Palace is located in Tiszaroff, near the River Tisza in Eastern Hungary.
Substitute Tibor Tisza should have added to the home side's tally when he rounded Devlin on 89 minutes but the striker's angled shot was deflected over by the covering Marc Smyth.
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Another spill in 2000 in Romania sent tailings containing cyanide into the Tisza River and the Danube.
None of the principals involved in the July Crisis--not even the relatively benign Count Istvan Tisza of Hungary or Sir Edward Grey of England--is devoid of some responsibility for the outbreak of war.
The Weidlinger house is listed on the Massachusetts Historical Commission's State Register of Historic Places, along with the Kugel/Gips House by Charles Zehnder, the Hatch Cottage by John Hall, the Tisza House by Olav Hammarstrom, and the Kuhn House by Saltonstall and Morton.
These visual models suggested that the cultural complexes represented by the Tiszapolgar and Bodrogkeresztur cultures were successive entities with a closed geographic distribution in the Tisza region.
Recorded from the Danube and Tisza rivers as well as from the Dnieper-Bug Estuary.
The event will take place in parallel with ENREG ENERGIA REGENERABILA[R], the biggest trade fair on renewable energy and energy efficiency in construction and renovation in the euro-region Danube - Cris - Mures - Tisza.