Arany


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Arany

(Hungarian ˈɔrɔnj)
n
(Biography) János (ˈjaːnoʃ). 1817–82, Hungarian epic poet, ballad writer, and scholar
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<B To commemorate the bicentenary of Janos Arany, one of Hungary's greatest poets and his poem The Bards of Wales, St John the Baptist Church will suddenly wake up on the evening of October 21 Alun Davies
The 143-room hotel''s new Arany spa and pool is located in a former bank vault with the original three-tonne steel door still in place - and to acknowledge the former contents, the spa is decorated in gold and mother of pearl.
The study's lead author, Praveen Arany, DDS, PhD, an Assistant Clinical Investigator at the National Institutes of Health, agrees.
Lead author and dentist Praveen Arany took rodents to the laboratory version of a dentist's office to drill holes in their molars, treat the tooth pulp that contains adult dental stem cells with low-dose laser treatments, and apply temporary caps.
olaj 'oil', gold 'arany', wood 'fa'; homok 'sand', tej 'milk', liszt 'flour').
For relaxation, guests can indulge in a selection of exclusive body treatments and facials at 'Arany Spa'.
If you find yourself craving something different, look no further than the Arany KaviEir restaurant (aranykaviar.hu), a proud relic of Russian presence in Hungary.
With this new research, says senior author Zoltan Arany, MD, PhD, an investigator in BIDMC's CardioVascular Institute and Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School (HMS), it is apparent that high levels of blood glucose-the hallmark of diabetes-induces high levels of the PGC-1 alpha molecule in the endothelial cells lining the blood vessels.
A.C., Arany, P.R., Huang, Y.Y., Tomkinson, E.M., Sharma, S.K., Kharkwal, G.B., Sateen T., Mooney, D., Yull, F.E., Blackwell.
The other Braille panels are said to have contained fragments of classical Hungarian poetry concerning the struggles for self-realisation, the soul of the Hungarian nation and redemption, such as Janos Arany's <<To My Son>> (31), Ferenc Kolscey's <<Hymn>> (the first national anthem) (32), a memorial to Ferenc Rakoczi II (the leader of the 1703-II Hungarian uprising against the Habsburgs), <<Compatriots' Song>> (1844) by the national revolutionary Sandor Petofi, and Gyula Reviczky's <<It is Spring>> (1878) (33).