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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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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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All this leads to the same conclusion reached by Theodor Fontane, who was the first to problematize a reading of Kleist's "Das Bettelweib von Locarno" as a "moralische Erzahlung" (2): "Als solche kann sie aber auch nicht recht wirken, da das begangene Unrecht (ein krankes Bettelweib wird veranlasst, einen Eckplatz zu raumen und hinter dem Ofen Platz zu nehmen) viel zu klein ist.
Salonen's "Die Ofen der alten Mesopotamier," 100-124; for illustrations of a smelting furnace, see 116-17.
Menardi (eds), Stuben, Ofen, Hausmodelle, Katalog 2 (2nd edn, Innsbruck, 1992), 19-20 and 34-35.
They blame the lack of information given to the network operators GRTN (Italy) and RTE (France) by the Swiss companies as to the state of their own network, which GRTN criticised and owhich the OFEN report does not analyse".
What they don't know is that the charred meat is ofen infected with E.
Nontemporals (ve) davka `"not" (marker of opposition)' (ve) mishum ma `for some reason' ulam `however' be'ecem `actually, in fact' zot omeret `that is' klomar `that is' ve le'ecem ha ba'aya `and to the very problem' dugma `example' (be) sax hakol `overall', `all in all' bederex klal `usually' be ofen klali `generally' (ve) barur `it's clear' (ve) kamuvan (she) `of course (that)' ve axen `and indeed' ve ulay `and maybe' behetem `accordingly' kacafuy `as expected' lefaxot `at least' Appendix B.
Der Weg von Ofen auf Griechisch Weissenburg, (Manuscript, Austrian National Library, Cod.
Knowed now we should have gone arowned but am thankful not to be sickwith the agir cause others are worse ofen me.
Children and adults are fascinated by the wonders of the natural world which are ofen hidden from view.
Koelle for his linguistic studies in Sierra Leone in the 1840s was Ofen, or Sam Pratt, whose name was Yasgua, born in "Nduro" [unidentified], and sold at age twenty-two by the chief and taken to the sea via Asante.
Oppenheimer then organized the building of the fleet of rafts by which the imperial troops crossed the Danube River and freed Ofen (now Budapest).