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Baja

(bŏ`yŏ), city (1991 est. pop. 38,867), S Hungary, on the Danube River. It is a river port and a road and rail hub, where agricultural products of the surrounding region are traded and processed. Industries produce machinery, furniture, and chemicals. A fine 18th-century town hall and several baroque churches are in the city.
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His writing, marked by its casual humor and biting observations, influenced generations of sportswriters, but he found a wider audience with "Semi-Tough" and other wry novels about sports, journalism and Texas, including "Dead Solid Perfect," "Baja Oklahoma" and "Life Its Ownself."
Now Dan, well known for what I call his chicken-fried-steak writing and his 11 novels and his nine nonfiction books, has decided to do what he calls "a semi-memoir,'' titled "His Ownself.'' Doubleday is proudly bringing this out, reminding us of Dan's books made into movies, most famously: "Semi-Tough,'' "Dead Solid Perfect'' and "Baja Oklahoma.''