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  • ...n people. It is not related to any [[Indo-European languages|Indo-European language]], and is said to be ''very'' difficult to learn for speakers of unrelated ...can be recognized from its many ''e''-s (pronounced like in the [[English language|English]] word ''let'') and the stress, which is always on the first [[syl
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  • The official language of [[Hungary]].
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Hungarian language]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Fidesz-Hungarian Civic Union}}
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  • '''Hungary''' ([[Hungarian language|Hungarian]]: ''Magyarország''), officially the ''Republic of Hungary'', is a [[count ...language|Hungarian]], a member of the [[Finno-Ugric languages|Finno-Ugric language family]].
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  • ...oatian]] and [[Italian language|Italian]]: ''Drava'', [[Hungarian language|Hungarian]]: ''Dráva'') is a [[river]] in [[Central Europe]], a [[tributary]] of the
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  • ...] ''Duna'', in [[Slovenian language|Slovenian]]: ''Donava'', in [[Croatian language|Croatian]]: ''Dunav'', [[ancient Greek]]: ''Istros'') is [[Europe]]'s seco
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  • {{Image|Writing-pen-english.jpg|right|350px|Written [[English language|English]] typically uses the Roman [[alphabet]].}} ...was spoken by [[Ancient Rome|Roman]] people), then extended to many other languages across the world.
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  • ...url= http://www.helsinki.fi/~tasalmin/fu.html |title=Uralic (Finno-Ugrian) languages |date September 6, 2006}}</ref>
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  • ...September 12, 2006.</ref> It is the place of origin of both the [[English language]] and the [[Church of England]], It was the birthplace of the [[Industrial ...he most sophisticated governmental system in Europe, changed the [[English language]] and culture, and set the stage for English-[[France|French]] conflict th
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  • ...nsportation]] center. The official language spoken is [[Hungarian_language|Hungarian]].
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  • !official<br>state<br>language ...wer parity rates[http://search.worldbank.org/data?qterm=GDP%20per%20capita&language=EN&format=html]</ref>
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  • ...seats, or 42,49% of the total mandates (386) in a party-coalition with the Hungarian [[Christian Democratic People's Party (Hungary)|Christian Democratic People ...ndestine groups. The movement became a major force in many areas of modern Hungarian history, engaging itself on every level in the development of a democratic
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  • {{r|Aragonese language}} {{r|Belarussian language}}
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  • ...word to represent plurality, and some use no true plural form at all; all languages, however, have some way of expressing how many of something there is.<ref ...o at least two people, but is grammatically singular. In this way, [[Welsh language|Welsh]] 'mouse' is derived from 'mice' - ''llygod-en'' from ''llygod''.<re
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  • ...n people. It is not related to any [[Indo-European languages|Indo-European language]], and is said to be ''very'' difficult to learn for speakers of unrelated ...can be recognized from its many ''e''-s (pronounced like in the [[English language|English]] word ''let'') and the stress, which is always on the first [[syl
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Fidesz-Hungarian Civic Union]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Hungarian language}}
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  • The passage between quotation marks may vary considerably in size, in most languages this generally ranges from a single word to several lines. ===Shapes in different languages===
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  • ...Unicode|´}}''&nbsp; ) is a [[diacritic]] mark used in many modern written languages with [[alphabet]]s based on the [[Latin alphabet|Latin]], [[Greek alphabe ...ent marks the [[Stress (linguistics)|stressed vowel]] of a word in several languages:
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  • ...V., Blackwell Science, 1998, ISBN 0-86542-6856 (Also available in a French language version) ...nce, 1997, ISBN 0-86542-6848 (Also available in French, Spanish and Polish language versions)
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  • ...uages, of comparable (or superior--smiling broadly) quality to the English-language one. * [[Bangla language]]
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Hungarian language]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Fidesz-Hungarian Civic Union}}
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  • ...sy to pronounce personal names as accurately as is reasonable in a foreign language). Broadcasters such as the [[BBC]] and [[Al Jazeera]], especially in their ...ound, 'Valénthia', echoing the pronunciation of Madrid (not all [[Spanish language|Spanish]] has this sound). Also, '''Nicarágûa''' is giving way to a more
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  • ...an the compulsory language of official business throughout the Empire. The Hungarian assembly was stripped of its prerogatives, and not even called together ...landowning nobles. It did give them personal freedom. Emancipation of the Hungarian peasantry promoted the growth of a new class of taxable landholders, but it
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  • ...rg/people/george-soros|title=George Soros|website=Open Society Foundations|language=en|access-date=December 13, 2018}}</ref> ...ncial endowment|endowments]] to the [[Central European University]] in his Hungarian hometown.<ref>[http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G1-79165556.html "Hungary:
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  • ...ɡɛti}}; [[May 28]], 1923–[[June 12]], 2006) was a [[Jew]]ish [[Hungary|Hungarian]] [[composer]] born in [[Romania]] who later became an [[Austria]]n citizen ...Transylvania]] region of [[Romania]]. Dicsőszentmárton was then a mainly Hungarian town with a large Jewish population. He moved to Kolozsvár ((Romanian [[Cl
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  • ...muddle”, and would much rather have heard “simple, accessible musical language”.<ref>Volkov, p. vii; 125.</ref> The ''Pravda'' editorial was part of a ...its concise style recalled his First and Fifth Symphonies, and its musical language was the simplest of all of his symphonies thus far, the official response
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  • ...ek, Italian, and Russian. Mr. Calder is rated A for Standard Albanian and Hungarian and B for Standard-Greek, Italian, Arabic, and Russian.
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  • ...existed from October 1918, when it declared independence from the [[Austro-Hungarian Empire]], until January 1993, when it was dissolved and succeeded by the [[ ...[[National Socialism|Nazi]] [[Germany]] in the form of the mainly [[German language|German]]-speaking "[[Sudetenland]]" via the [[Munich Agreement]] of 1938,
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  • {{r|Austro-Hungarian Empire} {{r|1956 Hungarian revolution}}
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  • ...claration to justify that the United States is a Christian nation, and its language overrides that of the [[First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution]]. ...nce declarations came after [[World War I]] and the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian and Russian empires. The second wave lasted from 1945 to 1993, with the clo
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  • ...olt, Rinehart and Winston, 1971, pages 322f, 330f</ref> says there are 106 languages with significant literatures: 78 living and 28 dead. Others might disagre *Hungarian
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  • ...Office]] while studying at the United Kingdom Ministry of Defense Chinese Language School in Hong Kong and he has an Advanced Degree in Chinese History from ...ard, Canadian Meritorious Service Cross, Czech Republic Meritorious Cross, Hungarian Alliance Medal, French [[Legion of Honor]], and Afghanistan’s Ghazi Amir
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  • | Hungarian [[Hungarian forint|forint]] ...in relation to the spelling of the words ''euro'' and ''cent'' in the many languages of the member states of the European Union, as well as in relation to [[g
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  • The '''Greek alphabet''' has been used to write the [[Greek language]] since about the [[9th century BCE]]. It was the first [[alphabet]] in th ...syllabary did not provide an ideal medium for the transliteration of Greek language sounds. The Greek alphabet we recognize today arose after the illiterate [
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  • ...l the case in the cognate [[Dutch language|Dutch]] ''knecht'' and [[German language|German]] ''Knecht'' for ''servant''), or simply 'boy'. ''Knighthood'', as ...[[Ancient Greece]], where many aristocratic names incorporated the [[Greek language|Greek]] word for '[[horse]]', like [[Hipparchus]] and [[Xanthippe]]; the c
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  • ...official contacts, maintaining diplomatic cover, and doing interviews with Hungarian visitors. ..."This breath-taking and undreamed-of state of affairs not only caught many Hungarians off-guard, it also caught us off-guard, for which we can hardly be blamed
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  • ...ce in its Jewish policy until 1944, when Horthy was overthrown and 500,000 Hungarian Jews sent to their deaths by Eichmann.<ref>On Romania, see Cesarani, ''Eich ..."and were discussing the subject quite bluntly, quite differently from the language which I had to use later in the record. During the conversation they mince
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  • ..., cost two trillion dollars (in 2007 dollars), wipe out the German, Austro-Hungarian, Russian, and Turkish empires, ruin Italy, and leave the United States the ...tween two coalitions. The "Central Powers" comprised the German and Austro-Hungarian Empires, later joined by the [[Ottoman Empire]]. The "Allies" included the
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  • ...spired by the Romantic movement, which glorified the ethnic nation and its language, rose against Russia. They had an army of 80,000 and limited popular suppo ...ational life. Romanticism prevailed so that the preservation of the Polish language and culture became a crucial battle. It was led by the intellectuals, espe
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  • rect 774 194 934 289 [[Language processing|Lyrics]] ...complementary approaches that music is processed independently from e.g. [[language]] and that there is not even a single module for music itself, but rather
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  • | official_languages = Slovenian '''Slovenia''' ([[Slovenian language|Slovenian]]: ''Slovenija''), officially the ''Republic of Slovenia'', is a
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  • ...non-Haredi Judaism. This culture includes a specific language - [[Yiddish language|Yiddish]] - and style of dress. ...Chabad using the internet is much more accepted. Also, English is the main language of communication, instead of Yiddish.
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  • | publisher = Foreign Languages Press | Hungarian Revolution of 1956*
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  • ...n]]. He was a baker and he was noted for playing the citera, a traditional Hungarian instrument. Veit Bach died in 1619. ...re injected into an intensified version of the pre-existing German musical language. Throughout his teens and 20s, his output showed increasing skill in the l
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  • ...combination of passive resistance and unilateral reconstitution of the old Hungarian parliament had succeeded where armed rebellion had failed so disastrously i The Hungarian parallel came in for much criticism and mockery. Its most eminent critic, [
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  • ...host economy. Precious little has been written, especially in the English language, about the German speaking Diaspora in Turkey circa the 1930s and 1940s. I ...ys to leave. Among those fired from their jobs was Dr. Philipp Schwartz, a Hungarian-born Frankfurt pathologist who fled with his family to Switzerland. In Marc
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  • ...eek language|Greek]]: <!-- perhaps someone could fill this? -->, [[Italian language|Italian]]: ''Narentani'') was a land settled by the [[Serbs|Serbian]] trib ...tromanic in 1322-1326 with the exception of Omiš, which was seized by the Hungarians.
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  • '''Austria''' ([[German language|German]]: ''Österreich''), officially the ''Republic of Austria'' (German What is now Austria was a part of the [[Austro-Hungarian Empire]] until the end of [[World War I]], when the non-German-speaking are
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  • ==Thank you in other languages== *Hungarian: köszönöm
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  • ...the [[Linz Program (1882)]], a pan-German platform that drew away from the Hungarian Hapsburgs and recommended the Germanization of Austria. By 1883, however, o ...which required all civil servants in Bohemia to be literate in the [[Czech language]]. This excluded many ethnic Germans, and the intensity of protest led...
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  • |language = English |Hungarian MAHASZ Top 20 DVDs Chart<ref name='Hungarian dvd chart'>{{cite web | url = http://www.mahasz.hu/m/?menu=slagerlistak&men
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  • |language = English |Hungarian MAHASZ Top 40 Albums Chart<ref name='Hungarian albums chart'>{{cite web | url = http://www.mahasz.hu/m/?menu=slagerlistak&
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  • |language = English | Hungarian Albums Chart
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  • ...giver [[Solon]]. Sonchis, priest of [[Thebes]], translated it into [[Greek language|Greek]] for Solon. ...tz]] book ''[[The Mystery of Atlantis]]'', a [[Canada|Canadian]] [[Hungary|Hungarian]] geologist-[[topography|topographer's]] book was published, entitled ''[[A
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  • |language = English | Hungarian MAHASZ Top 20 DVDs Chart<ref name='Hungarian dvd chart'>{{cite web | url = http://www.mahasz.hu/m/?menu=slagerlistak&men
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  • |language = English | Hungarian MAHASZ Top 40 Albums Chart<ref name='Hungarian albums chart'>{{cite web | url = http://www.mahasz.hu/m/?menu=slagerlistak&
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  • | publisher = Faculty of Humanities, Languages and Social Science, University of the West of England | year = 1949 ...ries, such as [[Imre Nagy]] and [[Pal Maleter]], as a result of the [[1956 Hungarian revolution]]. Internally, the Soviet Union made arrests both by the [[Organ
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  • |language = English |Hungarian MAHASZ Top 20 DVDs Chart<ref name='Hungarian dvd chart'>{{cite web | url = http://www.mahasz.hu/m/?menu=slagerlistak&men
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  • ...erk]</ref>. They spread the Austrian School theories throughout the Austro-Hungarian Empire and trained the next two generations which would count with their di ...hools/lausanne.htm ''"Lausanne School"'']</ref> began breaking the English-language barrier.
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  • ...nown as "eigenstates" of the observable ("eigen" meaning "own" in [[German language|German]]). In the everyday world, it is natural to think of everything bei ...ation]], as described in his famous 1930 textbook. During the same period, Hungarian polymath [[John von Neumann]] formulated the rigorous mathematical basis fo
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  • '''Action T4''' ([[German language|German]]: ''Aktion T4'') refers to an official, secret program conducted i In 1971 the Hungarian-born journalist [[Gitta Sereny]] conducted a series of interviews with Fran
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  • The word ''[[television]]'' is a [[hybrid word]], created from both [[Greek language|Greek]] and [[Latin]]. ''Tele-'' is Greek for "far", while ''-vision'' is ...during the entire scansion cycle — was first described by the [[Hungary|Hungarian]] inventor [[Kálmán Tihanyi]] in 1926, with further refined versions pate
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  • ...n Baker]] and [[Josephus Daniels]] were pacifists unfamiliar with military language or concepts. They largely ignored strategy and policy, and limited themsel ...my planners at first had suggested an indirect attack on the wobbly Austro-Hungarian Empire through Greece. However logistics for a large army would be hard eno
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  • X. Autonomous development of Austria-Hungary as a nation, as the Austro-Hungarian Empire dissolved <br /> ...untry with patriotic anti-German appeals. The Post Office censored foreign language newspapers.
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