Ofen


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Ofen:

see BudapestBudapest
, city (1990 pop. 2,016,100), capital of Hungary, N central Hungary, on both banks of the Danube. The largest city of Hungary and its industrial, cultural, and transportation center, Budapest has varied manufactures, notably textiles, instruments, and electronics.
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, Hungary.

Ofen

(ō`fən), Alpine pass, 7,070 ft (2,155 m) high, Grisons canton, E Switzerland. The Ofen Pass Road links the Engadine Valley with the Italian Tyrol.
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Salonen's "Die Ofen der alten Mesopotamier," 100-124; for illustrations of a smelting furnace, see 116-17.
The cost is reflected in newsroom budgets in which money ofen is earmarked to cover family situations and emergencies at home rather than workaday newsgathering efforts.
Those concerned about surgical sterilization of the retarded ofen cite the bodily injury of the procedure in the same breath with its insult to the patient's autonomy.
Im west- und norddeutschen Raum etwa sind Keramikmeiler und Ofen verschiedenster Bau- und Brenntechnik aus neolithischen und eisenzeitlichen Perioden reichlich belegt (siehe Hopp 1991, 51).
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Das Produkt besteht arts Geflugel, Cheddar und Monterey Jack Kase, gruner Chilisauce trod im Ofen gebackenen Teigtortillas.
Ofen the victim is from the client's own family and mothers are told their children are going to a better life.
VL: Past II Aux Inf ja solch Ofen teuer wesen haben, solche yes such ovens expensive been have, such Rauchofen.