Magyarorszag


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Magyarország

(ˈmɔdjɔrorsaːɡ)
n
(Placename) the Hungarian name for Hungary

Hun•ga•ry

(ˈhʌŋ gə ri)

n.
a republic in central Europe. 10,186,372; 35,926 sq. mi. (93,050 sq. km). Cap.: Budapest. Hungarian, Magyarország.
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Noun1.Magyarország - a republic in central EuropeMagyarorszag - a republic in central Europe  
Budapest, capital of Hungary, Hungarian capital - capital and largest city of Hungary; located on the Danube River in north-central Hungary
Balaton, Lake Balaton, Plattensee - a large shallow lake in western Hungary
Danau, Danube, Danube River - the 2nd longest European river (after the Volga); flows from southwestern Germany to the Black Sea; "Vienna, Budapest, and Belgrade are on the banks of the Danube"
Europe - the 2nd smallest continent (actually a vast peninsula of Eurasia); the British use `Europe' to refer to all of the continent except the British Isles
Hungarian, Magyar - a native or inhabitant of Hungary
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Galant will take over as managing director of BMW Group Magyarorszag from August 1, replacing Massimiliano Di Silvestre.
The notions of "Polska B" (Poland B, https ://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poland_A_and_B) or "videki Magyarorszag" (Hungarian countryside) are essential in this regard, as in all likelihood they reflect distinctly different social norms, social learning processes and reinforcements to those prevailing in other parts of these countries.
A horizontal line representing the mat separates the figures of the two wrestlers from an obligatory element of the coin, the lettering MAGYARORSZAG. Starting from the flag the inscription BIRKOZO-VILAGBAJNOKSAG (Wrestling World Championship) appears in a legend highlighted by the line running beneath it.
(4) Magyarorszag Alaptorvenye, www.kch.hu/magyarorszag_alaptorvenye/1515-Magyarorszag_Alaptorvenye&:pnr=1.
(6.) Magyarorszag Alaptorvenye [The Fundamental Law of Hungaiy], April 25, 2011, http://2010-2014.kormanY.hU/download/e/2a/doooo/THE%2oFUNDAMENTAL%2oLAW%2oOF%2oHUNGARY.pdf (official English translation).
The resulting unparalleled synthesis of Hungary's environmental history (Lajos Racz, Magyarorszag kornyezettorotenete az ujkorig [Hungarian Environmental History of the Modern Age] (Budapest: Magyar Tudomanyos Akademia Tortenettudomanyi Intezete, 2008), 261 pp.) was later reworked for international audiences and published as Lajos Racz, The Steppe to Europe (Cambridge: The White Horse Press, 2013), 257 pp.
The original seven Magyar tribes that formed Hungary (Magyarorszag) around 900 AD came from Eurasia (Rona-Tas, 1999).
(50) Nagy Marianna, Hoffman Istvan (eds.), A Magyarorszag helyi
Georgians themselves call their country Sakartvelo -- a pretty name and much easier on an English speaker's tongue than, say, Hungary's self-description, Magyarorszag. Georgia has already tried to shed the Russian name that stuck to it in a number of languages, and it has persuaded the Japanese, for example, to give up "Gurujiya" -- but in favour of the confusing "Georgia." It would be better off making an effort to get "Sakartvelo" adopted.
The satellite will replace EUTELSAT 9A that has built a diverse line-up of over 350 channels, of which 100 in High Definition, broadcasting to cable, DTH and DTT homes across Europe and serving clients that include M7 for the KabelKiosk and AustriaSat Magyarorszag platforms as well as OTE, AFN, Arqiva, Globecast, Media Broadcast and RR Media.
The samples were analysed using Olympus IX73 inverted microscope with 100 WHg fluorescent accessory (Unicam Magyarorszag Kft., Budapest, Hungary) with LUCIA Cytogenetics 2.5 software.