Hungary water

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a distilled "water," made from dilute alcohol aromatized with rosemary flowers, etc.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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| 1956 Melbourne Olympics: USSR v Hungary water polo - The Hungarian water polo team arrived in Melbourne to be told Soviet tanks and troops had rolled into Budapest to crush an anti-Soviet uprising, which had resulted in hundreds of civilian deaths and thousands of arrests.
And then we see in Hungary water cannons being used on them and tear gas being thrown and then the sight of adults and children choking on the gas.
CHILDREN OF GLORY Film4 1.20AM PREMIERE Hungary water polo battles with the Soviets in the 1950s is, in the hands of Basic Instinct writer Joe Eszterhas, a clod-hopping dud that looks even clumsier coming after The Lives Of Others.
Fresh rosemary tinctured in rubbing alcohol is a stimulating liniment known as Queen of Hungary water. First made in the 13th century, this liniment cured the paralysis of Queen Elizabeth of Hungary.
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