Andrássy

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Andrássy

(ænˈdræsɪ; Hungarian ˈɔndraːʃi)
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(Biography) Count Gyula (ˈdjulɔ). 1823–90, Hungarian statesman; the first prime minister of Hungary under the Dual Monarchy of Austria-Hungary (1867)
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Additionally, Doug Andrassy has joined MAI as director and wealth manager.
A new species of the genus Paradorylaimus Andrassy 1969 is described and illustrated from Pakistan.
LAS tranquilas aguas del rio Danubio dividen una de las ciudades europeas con mayor encanto monumental Su centro industrial y comercial aporta equilibrio a la zona historica con lugares declarados Patrimonio de la Humanidad como la Avenida Andrassy o la Plaza de los Heroes.
Andrassy berichtet uber die geplante Publikation von 18 Gefafien/Gefa[ss]fragmenten mit Wirtschaftstexten aus dem Mittleren Reich, die vielleicht in einem oberagyptischen Archiv gelagert waren.
IBM Budapest Lab offices will stay in the heart of Budapest on Andrassy Street where the Ustream R&D Center was located, and are being renovated and expanded to provide a high tech and inspirational workplace for IBM employees.
Located on Andrassy Avenue, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is also known as Budapest's Champs-Elysees and is the city's luxury shopping street, W Budapest is directly across from the State Opera House.
Goser S, Andrassy M, Buss SJ, Leuschner F, Volz CH, Ottl R, et al.
Mr Corbyn - who also met Mac Andrassy, Nat Ratcliffe and Alan Lansdowne from HandsOffHRI in Batley - said Mr Hunt should come to Huddersfield to listen to people's concerns.
16) Similar findings were reported by Andrassy et al.
Whispers start at Sisi's frequent trips away from the Hofburg Palace and her close relationships with other men--namely the darkly handsome Count Andrassy, a key advisor to her husband.
Andrassy Avenue, the main boulevard for strolling, is lined by book shops, cafes and is an entertaining jaunt.
UNESCO World Heritage sites dot the banks of the River Danube, including the Buda Castle Quarter, The Royal Palace, Matthias Church, Andrassy Avenue, Parliament and the Chain Bridge, which was completed in 1849 and is said to be the first bridge to span the Danube and permanently connect Buda and Pest.