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  • […] There were about 1,000 participants including former prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsány and his wife; Tamás Bauer, former SZDSZ member of parliament; Mátyás Eörsi, SZDSZ MP; Péter Kende, writer; and András Léderer, former president of SZDSZ's New Generation.

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  • Lauren, Sean and David — as well as Crista Kende on viola, Mihai Marica on cello, Julia MinJeong Kang on cello, and Gabriela Martinez on piano — are set to play the Weill Recital Hall on Oct. 26.

    All in the Family Band

  • And what they're saying in Kisumu, which is where my mom is from, is "Obama Kende (ph)," which in Luo, which is the local language of his father from Kenya, it means "Congratulations Obama."

    CNN Transcript Nov 5, 2008

  • Words for agricultural products (alma, buza "wheat") animal husbandry (birka "sheep", kecske "goat") and things like royalty (Gyula and Kende denoting the ancient khazar double kingship terms, names like Zoltan:Sultan) all date from pre-Ottoman turkish. PARADICSOM.

  • Wolf said Arnesen will be discussing political controversies surrounding the bill, Kende will focus on the constitutional challenges and Malone will bring an anthropological point of view, discussing women's health internationally.

    Iowa State Daily

  • Kende said some states, such as Wisconsin, require the independently elected attorney general to get permission from the governor to sue.

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  • Drake's Kende said that even if Iowa passes such a measure, it would end up before the Supreme Court.

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  • The good news, Sloan and Kende said, is that such proposals rarely go anywhere.

    Capitol Hill Blue

  • Kende noted that the election would affect all of the candidates, citing the difficulty of getting people to vote a second time.

    The Daily Princetonian, 2010-04-20

  • Kende said the case could reverberate through other court cases that involve public employees who speak to news outlets. - NEWS


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