gulyas


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Noun1.gulyas - a rich meat stew highly seasoned with paprika
stew - food prepared by stewing especially meat or fish with vegetables
beef goulash - meat is browned before stewing
pork-and-veal goulash - made with sauerkraut and caraway seeds and served with sour cream
porkholt - made of lamb or pork
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The fight in Oldham came just a couple of months after her last win in October when she defeated Marianna Gulyas by third-round stoppage at York Hall in London.
Fidesz Vice Chairman Gergely Gulyas said Soros' claims that the Hungarian government lied in its campaign against him were "not substantial", adding the billionaire and the European Union pushed the same pro-migrant agenda, Today Online reported.
Imre Gulyas The people who gathered around the statue of Earl Grey earlier this month, with an aching heart and a bellyful of anger, represented the fear and the pain caused by a group of irresponsible people at a time when national leadership is at its lowest ebb and - according to their calculations - "they might just get away with it".
Jonas, who trains under Joe Gallagher in Bolton, stopped the vastly overmatched Hungarian Marianna Gulyas (14-27, 2 KOs) at York Hall.
Gergely Gulyas, vicechairman of Mr Orban's Fidesz party, said: "Today has brought a sweeping victory for those who reject forced resettlement and those who believe the foundations of a strong EU can only be strong nations.
Ruling party lawmaker Gergely Gulyas said that voter turnout will be around 45 percent based on exit poll data, and that around 95 percent will have rejected the quotas.
MEC has announced the appointment of Janos Gulyas, CEO of MEC Hungary, as Head of MEC Wavemaker for the Central and Eastern European region.
Leaving the site, Gulyas said that while he did not agree with views that excluded minorities, Donath was a martyr and deserved to have a statue in Budapest.
During the Cold War, Hungary kept conditions at least lukewarm with its Gulyas communism, and was often at the forefront of clamouring for change, for example, with its 1956 revolution against the Soviet Union, and the 1989 opening of its borders to help escaping East Germans.
Gergely Gulyas, head of parliament's legislative committee and a member of Fidesz, criticised the law, becoming the second senior public official in a week to criticise it.
In this book, author Aaron John Gulyas presents readers with an examination of the wide-ranging various types of narratives based on conspiratorial or paranoid thinking.
SWEET NOSTALGIA After Aniko Gulyas moved to Sarasota 11 years ago, she missed the flavors of her native Hungary--particularly kurtos cakes, a sweet pastry that's twisted around a pin, baked in a special oven at high heat, and often sold at fairs and festivals.