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hungarian

mod. hungry. Man, I’m hungarian!
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Nearly 100,000 Hungarian tourists spent their holidays in Turkey in 2010 and a greater interest is expected in 2011, media reports added.
Hungarian Minister of State for Government Communication is Zoltan Kovacs appreciated Syria's great support to culture, noting that the Hungarian mission plays an important role in beefing up the Syrian-Hungarian relations.
Further to the official opening of the Tadawul FX Hungarian representative office in Budapest earlier this year, the company has seen tremendous growth in its Hungarian client base as traders increasingly enjoy 24-hour support in their own language and direct communication with the local team.
In response to the Council's decision, on March 2 2010, the members of the editorial board of Magyar Szo published a statement presenting their unanimous dissatisfaction with the decision of the Hungarian National Council and considering the proposed regulation of the editorial policy as censorship and a limitation of the freedom of objective public information.
Over the past year, the Hungarian National Branch has held 3 meetings: one general assembly and 2 plenary sessions.
The grammatical, social, political, and legal aspects of Hungarian spoken in Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania, Vojvodina and Prekmyrje in the former Yugoslavia, Austria, the US, and Australia are examined by linguists, often from the country itself.
Conceived by Fischer as a way of linking pieces in the standard repertory - Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsodies, Sarasate's ``Zigeunerweisen,'' Brahms' Hungarian Dances - to the folk tunes that inspired them, the display proved galvanizing.
We should understand the reasons: I try to explain the need for stage productions through studying Hungarian chronicle dramas.
Haney's exhaustive treatise begins with a premise that the essential characteristics of the Hungarian welfare state have morphed three times during a 50 year period, from a regime type she terms Welfare Society (1948-1968) to a Maternalistic model (1968-1985) and final to a Liberal incarnation (1985-1996).
A clearly distinguishable group are those who live or had lived in Canada but kept Hungarian as their main creative language.
3) Because of their "reactionary virtues," he developed a lasting respect "not so much for the aristocratic eras and the Middle Ages as for the relatively recent bourgeois period of European and Hungarian history.
Hungarian Rhapsodies: Essays on Ethnicity, Identity, and Culture.
There is a fever of construction of Orthodox churches in almost entirely Hungarian areas," said Joszef Baliant-Pataki, head of the Romania section of the Office for Hungarian Minorities Abroad, as quoted in The Washington Post.
The Hungarian Ministry of Transport has indicated that it is currently in discussions with British Airways (BA) about the possibility of the British carrier acquiring an equity stake in Hungarian national carrier Malev.
Anne-Marie Kool, a Dutch professor at the Hungarian Sarospatak Seminary, speaks of the Hungarian Reformed Church in her book God Moves in a Mysterious Way.