American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of northeast Hungary on the Eger River, about 311 km (193 mi) long. The city was occupied by the Turks from 1596 to 1687. Population: 56,300.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
GNU Webster's 1913
“One interesting note to Donaldson's work in Eger is that he developed schools specifically for Georgian and Tartar prisoners.”
“MacPherson H. Donaldson began POW services in Eger and Heinrichsgrün in July, the first composed primarily of Russian and some Serbian prisoners while the latter accommodated Italian POWs.”
“The World's Alliance assigned Morgenthaler to Bohemia where he resumed POW relief operations in Eger and Heinrichsgrün and established a new program at Plan (one of the few prison camps that American WPA Secretaries had not set up operations during their tenure).”
“a Sahib called Eger Sahib (Edgar?) was killed for a jest by the Boer-log.”
“Quoting Rabbi Denise Eger of Kol Ami, a predominantly gay and lesbian synagogue in West Hollywood, Kushner said, "We don't have a Jew to lose, and we're losing them all the time.”
“The imagery is ADE is helping out the poor," said Robert Eger III, an associate professor at the Reubin O'D.”
“The Huichols: a culture in transition Viewpoints from within the culture by Susana Eger Valadez”
“Someone wasn't thinking when they tried to impose this fee, said Bill Eger , 76, a Verizon customer in Hilo, Hawaii.”
“The formidable Phronesis rhythm section of bassist Jasper Høiby and drummer Anton Eger complete Neset's ensemble, which is likely to be laying further claims for the young saxophonist as one of the most exciting jazz newcomers worldwide.”
“He set up operations at the officers 'prison camp at Brüx (in the vicinity of Eger) and in the enlisted men's camps at Deutsch-Gabel, Reichenberg, and Theresienstadt.”
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