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Postcolonialism in Central Europe •

(A linguistic perspective)

Hungarian Studies
Author:
Gábor Tolcsvai Nagy

Historical background and the interpretation of the post-communist period The Hungarian linguistic and ethnic community lives in the heart of Central Europe, in the Carpathian Basin. (There are Hungarians outside this region, mostly individual

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Hadi, G. (2004): Maize varieties grown in Eastern Central Europe between 1938 and 1983. Acta Agron. Hung. , 52 , 421–438. Hadi G. Maize varieties grown in Eastern Central

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Enyedi, G. — Kovács, Z. (eds) (2006): Social Changes and Social Sustainability in Historical Urban Centres. The Case of Central Europe . Pécs: Centre for Regional Studies of Hungarian Academy of Sciences. European

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Cereal Research Communications
Authors:
Beáta Tóth
,
János Varga
,
Ágnes Szabó-Hevér
,
Szabolcs Lehoczki-Krsjak
, and
Ákos Mesterházy

Tóth, B., Horváth, Z., Mesterházy, Á., Bartók, T., Téren, J., Varga, J. 2005. Genetic variability of Central European Fusarium graminearum isolates. Eur. J. Plant Pathol. 113 :35–45. Varga J

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Right to Vote ’ ( 1997 ) 1 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 75 – 100 . Marušiak , J. et al., ‘ Is Visegrad Still a Central European „Trade Mark”? ’ (VEDA Publishing House

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77 86 102 Hall, D. (2009): Healthcare: Rejection of Privatization and Patient Fees in Central Europe . London: PSIRU

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in hybrid maize breeding in Central Europe.) pp. 133--139. In: Marton, L. Cs., Árendás, T. (eds.), 50 éves a magyar hibrid kukorica. Martonvósár. 50 éves a magyar hibrid kukorica

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– Euro Adoption Strategies in Central Europe: The Cases of Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland . PhD dissertation, submitted to the Department of Political Sciences, University of Victoria

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): Maize varieties grown in Eastern Central Europe between 1938 and 1983. Acta Agron. Hung., 52: 421–438. Hadi G. Maize varieties grown in Eastern Central Europe between 1938 and 1983

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, to substitute fossil fuel imports as much as possible, and accelerate industrial decarbonization through projects with a €3 billion budget ( EC 2022a ). The Central European energy sector, and especially the Visegrád 4 (V4) countries (the Czech

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