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Rába

(rä`bŏ), Ger. Raab, river, c.160 mi (260 km) long, rising in the mountains of SE Austria. It flows SE to the Austria-Hungary line, then NE through W Hungary to the Danube River at Győr. There are many small hydroelectric plants on the river. The valley is extensively farmed.
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Raba added that when her father arrived, she informed him about Roua's condition and he promptly took her to hospital.
He wants to go to Portsmouth - he would prefer to go there," said Raba.
Kaboul's agent Rudy Raba insisted last week there was no chance of his client moving to Sunder-land, even in the event of an earthguake, while Portsmouth boss Harry Redknapp said his hopes of signing him were likely to be dashed by Villa.
But Kaboul's agent Rudy Raba has already indicated there is little chance of the defender making the move.
But Kaboul's agent Rudy Raba says his client has no intention of moving to Wearside because it would harm his international prospects and he has had more interesting offers from elsewhere.
Londoners Martin Dunn and Scott Raba, both 20, also slept rough outside the Millennium Stadium to get the best view.
agency said the temblor was centered about 45 kilometers west-northwest of Raba, Sumbawa, and about 1,300 km east of Jakarta.
Raba during the recent party at Radius Health Care Center at Millbury honoring three women who turn 100 this year.
Caroline Raba, Eva Dickes and Anete Bandere won singles matches for the Waves, and Bianca Dulgheru/Sylvia Kosakowski and Bandere/Dickes won doubles matches.
We're pleased to be a leader in wind energy," said Todd Raba, president of MidAmerican Energy Company.
01pm GMT) yesterday was centred 15 miles north of Raba, a town on Sumbawa island, and did not trigger a seismic wave, the US Geological Survey and local meteorological officials said.
in those areas where water vole populations exist, such as Lake Ferto, the River Danube, the River Ipoly, the River Raba, and several streams connected to the watershed area of the River Danube.