Szeged


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Sze·ged

 (sĕg′ĕd′)
A city of southern Hungary on the Tisza River near the Serbian border. It is a major river port and an agricultural center.

Szeged

(Hungarian ˈsɛɡɛd)
n
(Placename) an industrial city in S Hungary, on the Tisza River. Pop: 162 860 (2003 est)

Sze•ged

(ˈsɛg ɛd)

n.
a city in S Hungary, on the Tisza River. 188,000.
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PARALYMPIC medallist Nick Beighton believes he's at the top of his game ahead of this week's World Canoe Championships in Szeged.
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SZEGED, Hungary, Dhu-AlHijjah 01, 1436, September 15, 2015, SPA -- Hungary's government is declaring a crisis in two southern counties, bordering Serbia, because of the influx of migrants, a government spokesman said on Tuesday in the town of Szeged near the frontier, Reuters reported.
The summer course was coordinated by Milan State University (Italy), in partnership with the University of Warwick in Coventry (United Kingdom), the University of Szeged (Hungary), and the University of Venice Ca' Foscari (Italy).
CsEiszEir completed her piano studies at the Franz Liszt College of Music at the Conservatory of Szeged, which is now the University of Szeged.
Ganol fis Tachwedd, ymwelodd a dinas Szeged yn Hwngari, lle y cynhaliwyd Gwyl Delynau Ryngwladol lle'r oedd unwaith eto ar y panel beirniaid.
Mobile operator T-Mobile has revealed that it has introduced mobile broadband (3G/HSDPA) service to Gyor and Szeged, in Hungary.
Led by Peter Doro, researchers at the University of Szeged in Hungary analyzed 26,695 eases of the disease that arose in one Hungarian county between 1999 and 2004.
Ottinger's itinerary brings her from Wroclaw, Poland, to Kosice, Slovakia, to the towns of Eger and Szeged in Hungary, to Timisoara, Romania, and finally to Vidin and Varna in Bulgaria, with much countryside in between.
The funds will be used to modernise and upgrade two wastewater plants at Gyor and Szeged and four solid waste management projects at Debrecen, Miskolc, Szeged and Szolnok.