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Hron

 

a river in Czechoslovakia, a left tributary of the Danube. Length, 289 km; basin area, 5,465 sq km. Its source is on the southern slopes of the Low Tatra Mountains. The upper and middle courses are in the gorges and valleys of the Western Carpathians; the lower course is in the Central Danubian Depression. High water is in spring, low water in summer. The river can be used for floating logs. There is a hydroelectric power plant. Bystrica and Zvolen are located on the Hron River.

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A five-year-old child from upper Hron (Horehronie) recovered from meningococcus while a small baby form the very south of central Slovakia died.
Tania Hron and Sandrina Khaled (Paderborn: Wilhelm Fink, 2015), 77-78.
And, in the same way as that essay weighs the merits of the different translations of the Nights, Borges here critiques the hronir in their different degrees of removal from the original: "los hronir de segundo y de tercer grado--los hronir derivados de otro /iron, los hronir derivados del hron de un hron--exageran las aberraciones del inicial; los de quinto son casi uniformes; los de noveno se confunden con los de segundo; en los undecimo hay una pureza de lineas que los originales no tienen" (1: 440).
Hron G, Kollars M, Binder BR, Eichinger S, Kyrle PA.
Hron graduated from Milwaukee Area Technical College and has thirteen years of Land Surveying experience, including ten years in Alaska.
In its very nature as an augmented copy, Ashe's version of the encyclopedia is itself a hron, a secondary and more satisfactory object than the hronir, and this hron is itself a replica of an earlier one, the Encyclopaedia Britannica.
Efforts toward integration of ICT within educational institutions, furthermore, may benefit from being better informed with regard to the current ICT skill set among teachers (Alghazo, 2006; Cretchley 2007; Friedrich & Hron, 2011).
2007: Food habits of four bottom-dwelling gobiid species at the confluence of the Danube and Hron Rivers (South Slovakia).
Razzaq M, Turek S, Hron J, Acker JF, Weichert F, Grunwald IQ, et al.
Therefore, Hron, Filzmoser, and Thompson (2012) recommend transforming compositional variables to the Euclidean geometry via an isometric log-ratio transformation.
Hron G, Lombardi R, Eichinger S, Lecchi A, Kyrle PA, Cattaneo M.
In terms of scholarly work, the novel is often used to canonize Abani in the third wave of Nigerian novelists (Adesanmi and Dunton 2005; 2008; Hewett 2005; Hron 2008; Nwakanma 2008).