Carpathian Mountains

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a mountain range in central Europe that extends from Slovakia and southern Poland southeastward through western Ukraine to northeastern Romania

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The Austrians had suffered some setbacks and looked to their German allies to help them stabilize the front near the Carpathian Mountains.
Czarist troops were postured to complete their transit of the Carpathians and spill south onto the Hungarian plain, a potentially devastating blow to morale.
Blood on the Snow: The Carpathian Winter War of 1915
Dongo is a performer immersed in the folkore of the Carpathians.
22, 2010 (TAP) - Tunisia's handball team beat their counterpart of Belarus 29/28 (half-time 14-15) on Thursday in Bucharest (Romania), as part of day 1 of the Carpathians tournament held October 21-23 with attendance of the national teams of Romania and Macedonia.
Crossing the Carpathians by Carmen Bugan, Carcanet Press, 2007, [pounds sterling]8.
Crossing the Carpathians, Bugan's first book of poems, is about exile and its lingering consequences.
By slightly resituating the investments of such a critique of Wilson, the argument of the present article may be stated thus: the spatiality of Kristevan psychoanalytic theory does violence to the post-colonial spatiality contained in Janet Frame's last novel, The Carpathians (first published in 1988); furthermore, both these spatialities are expressed via allegorical manoeuvres and recur upon the operations of (literary) theory.
Containing 70 percent of all species indigenous to the Carpathians, the Bucegis feature alpine meadows and a wide variety of animals and plants.
The Carpathians have long been known to contain substantial hydrocarbon resources which have been untapped due to the absence of modern exploration technology and a shortage of capital," said Paul Hinterthur, President of EuroGas, Inc.
The area is described as lying within the Tethyan mineralization belt, which extends from the Alps and the Carpathians across Romania and Bulgaria into Turkey, Iran and the Himalayas.
Description : By developing networking and promotional activities among organisation and institution engaged in the implementation of the Carpathian Convention the project would like to encourage a sustainable socio-economic development of the Carpathians with emphasis on preserving the Carpathian s natural and cultural heritage.
With Gheorghe Hagi living up to his famous Maradona of the Carpathians moniker and Arif Erdem, hat-trick hero of Turkey's Euro 2000 away win over Northern Ireland, Gala caused Chelsea all sorts of problems before former Brazil keeper, Claudio Taffarel, was sent off for handling the ball 20 yards outside his area.
Slater will focus on maximizing cash flow from EuroGas's various oil and gas assets, including the Company's vast oil and gas land holdings in the Carpathians, and the Company's Beaver River gas project.
Recognizing the biological and economic importance of the Carpathians, all the seven range states have taken measures to protect this ecoregion, through the Carpathian Network of Protected Areas (CNPA) that includes 285 protected areas over 31,978 km2.