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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 Bucharest 741111911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 — Bucharest BUCHAREST (Bucuresci), also written Bucarest
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  • of Bucharest - Peace Treaty between Roumania, Greece, Montenegro, Serbia and Bulgaria.by International peace conference1913 TREATY OF BUCHAREST Bucharest
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  • only by a few hills, by cities, and by lagoons often 15 m. long. East of Bucharest, a chain of lagoons and partially drained marshes stretches inland for
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  • Braila and Galatz, and a branch railway from Calarashi traverses the Steppe from south to north, and meets the main line between Bucharest and Constantza.
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  • AMERICAN LECTURES BY PROFESSOR NICOLAE IORGA RECTOR OF THE BUCHAREST UNIVERSITY, DOCTOR (HONORIS CAUSA) OXON. DOCTOR (HONORIS CAUSA) SORBONNE
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  • computer scientist; Department of Economic Informatics and Cybernetics, Bucharest University of Economic Studies Approaches on Internet of Things Solutions
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  • computer scientist; Department of Economic Informatics and Cybernetics, Bucharest University of Economic Studies Approaches on Internet of Things Solutions
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  • compute rscientist; Department of Economic Informatics and Cybernetics, Bucharest University of Economic Studies Approaches on Internet of Things Solutions
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  • Carpathians, on the right bank of the river Jalomitza, 48 m. N.N.W. of Bucharest. Pop. (1900), 9398- A branch line connects Tirgovishtea with the main
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  • largest hospital in Walachia, the so-called Spital Brancovanescu. See O. G. Lecca, Familiile Boereşti Române (Bucharest, 1899), p. 90, sqq. (M. G.) 
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  • Romania Type: Communist state Capital: Bucharest Political subdivisions: 41 counties including city of Bucharest, which has administrative status equal
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  • of the river Jiu, and on the main Walachian railway from Verciorova to Bucharest. Pop. (1900) 45,438. A branch railway to Calafat facilitates the export
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  • Bucharest
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  • the staple food of the country. He founded the first Rumanian school in Bucharest; he assisted liberally in the establishment of various printing offices;
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  • his edition of Sextus Empiricus. He finally found a permanent post in Bucharest as secretary to the prince of Walachia, Alexander Mavrocordato, whose
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  • which Bucharest was to be made a first-class fortress. He was thereupon placed en disponibilité in his own service, as having undertaken the Bucharest works
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  • sister projects: Data item. Kujtime të shkuara, from the volume Psallme Murgu, Bucharest 1930. Translated from the Albanian by Robert Elsie Source
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  • Adriatikut, written in December 1912, published in the volume Psallme murgu, Bucharest 1930, translated from the Albanian by Robert Elsie, and first published
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  • sister projects: Data item. Fjala e Dodonës, from the volume Psallme Murgu, Bucharest 1930. Translated from the Albanian by Robert Elsie Source
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  • of Foreign Minister. In Oct. he went as Austro-Hungarian minister to Bucharest. His dispatches published in the “Red Book” show that even at that time
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