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Szé·kes·fe·hér·vár

 (sā′kĕsh-fĕ′hâr-vär′)
A city of central Hungary southwest of Budapest. It was the coronation and burial place of Hungary's kings from 1038 to 1527.
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Szé•kes•fe•hér•vár

(ˈseɪ kɛʃ feɪ hɛərˌvɑr, -fɛərˌvɑr)

n.
a city in W central Hungary. 113,000.
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Ladislaus - with the consent of Pope Gregory VII - canonised King Stephen and his son Prince Emeric along with Bishop Gellert in the Szekesfehervar Basilica.
Barshim attempted to break the Cuban's world mark at Szekesfehervar in Hungary in July last year, raising the bar to 2.46m.
The Qatari athlete tore ligaments in his left ankle during an attempt on a would-be world record of 2.46m in Szekesfehervar, Hungary, last year, an injury that kept him on the sidelines until he resumed training in April.
Halesowen is up against three Canadian towns - Barrie in Ontario, Coquitlam in British Columbia and Wood Buffalo in Alberta - as well as Lexington in Kentucky, USA, and Szekesfehervar in Hungary.
He topped 2.40m again two weeks later at the Gyulai Memorial in Szekesfehervar, Hungary, on 2 July and, feeling good, had the bar raised to a would-be world record of 2.
Great Britain Under-18s and Solway Sharks head coach Martin Grubb is ready to head to this year's U18World Championship Division I Group B in Szekesfehervar.
In order to promote the aforementioned conclusions and draw attention to the survey's regional development focus, the OECD delegation is scheduled to present the study also in the cities of Szekesfehervar and Satoraljaujhely.
(1) Viktor Orban was born in Szekesfehervar in the Transdanubia region of Hungary, but he grew up in the nearby villages of Alcsutdoboz and Felcsut.
The current leader of the Road to the finals with 24 points from three wins in as many events, Barshim was trying to better the Javier Sotomayor's world record in the Istvan Gyulai Memorial in Szekesfehervar, Hungary on Monday.
Ibolya, who has lived in the UK for 11 years, is originally from Szekesfehervar, about 40 miles south of Hungarian capital Budapest.
"The opposition will turn us into a land of foreigners," Orban told the crowd at his last rally in Szekesfehervar, 40 miles from the capital Budapest.
2) Institute of Geoinformatics, Alba Regia Technical Faculty, Obuda University, Budai ut 45., 8000 Szekesfehervar, Hungary