Csongrád

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Csongrád

 

a megye (county) in southern Hungary, in the basin of the middle course of the Tisza River. Area, 4,100 sq km. Population, 455,000 (1975). The administrative center is the city of Szeged.

Csongrád is an agricultural and industrial region. The main crops are wheat, corn, sugar beets, hemp, alfalfa, sunflowers, rye, potatoes, and fruits, including grapes. Rice is grown on irrigated land in the Tisza River valley. Red peppers used for paprika are cultivated near Szeged, and onions are grown around Makó. Cattle, swine, and poultry are raised, and fish are bred in ponds. Crude oil and natural gas are extracted near Szeged and Illos. Industrial enterprises manufacture textiles and food products. A plant for the production of agricultural machinery is located in Makó, and ceramics are produced at Hódmezövásárhely.


Csongrád

 

a city in Hungary; situated on the Tisza River, in the megye (county) of Csongrád. Population, 20,000 (1976). Food products, furniture, and bricks are manufactured in the city.

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More precisely, the study included the Hungarian counties Bacs-Kiskun, Bekes, Csongrad, and Jasz-Nagykun-Szolnok; the Romanian counties Arad and Bihar; and the Slovakian districts Nitra, Nove Zamky, and Levice within Nitra County, and Banska Bystrica, Brezno, Ziar nad Hronom, and Zarnovica within Banska Bystrica County (total population 4.
Anil's work composed of illustrations, short films, poster designs, and storyboards are widely exhibited across Turkey, Hungary, and United States spanning the 111 Minna Galleries in San Francisco, Csongrad Gallery in Hungary, and Daralan Gallery in Istanbul, among others.
He had been responsible for the Company's Csongrad, Hungary, pilot plant but had to be replaced as managing director part way through due to his inability to give the necessary time and attention to the development.
won a contract from MOL Hungarian Oil & Gas plc to deliver gas-engine mechanical drives and auxiliary equipment for a compressor plant for underground gas storage at Szoreg, in the Csongrad region of southern Hungary.
Marta Toronykoy, a police spokeswoman for the southern county of Csongrad, said the bus likely hit the tracks at an excessive speed, but did not overturn.
Its neighbors in West is Csongrad county--Hungary and in South-West Voievodina province--Serbia, while the link between the two counties is represented by the national borders passing point Cenad, respectively those from Stamora Moravita and Jimbolia.
LASZLO HAJDU was born in Csongrad, Hungary, in 1929.
The six regions were as follows: (i) Centre: Budapest and Pest county, (ii) West and Mid-West: Fejer, Gyor-Sopron-Moson, Komarom-Esztergom, Vas and Veszprem counties, (iii) South West: Baranya, Somogy, Tolna and Zala counties, (iv) North East: Hajdu-Bihar, Szabolcs-Szatmar and Bereg, and Jasz-Nagykun and Szolnok counties, (v) Bacs-Kiskun, Bekes and Csongrad counties, (vi) North: Borsod-Abauj-Zemplen, Heves and Nograd counties.
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Study areas were defined as certain counties in Hungary (Bacs, Bekes, Csongrad, and Jazs-Nagykun-Szolnok), Romania (Bihor and Arad), and Slovakia (Banska Bystrica and Nitra) with known hotspots of arsenic in drinking water.
Dadpour of the University of Tabriz, Iran, for his photo of a zinnia flower; Robert Markus of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Csongrad, Hungary, for his Mirabilis jalapa stamen; Ron Oldfield of Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia, for his photo of Dictyostelium sp.
Although its bones were found in 9th-10th century Zalavar and 11th-13th century Csongrad (Bokonyi 1974: 355, 432), aurochs had become rare here already by the Roman period (Bartosiewicz 1996: [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED]).