An impetuous flood; a bore. See Eagre
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• (a.) Alt. of Egre • (n.) An impetuous flood; a bore. See Eagre.
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city of county status and seat of Heves megye (county), northern Hungary. It lies in the valley of the Eger River, which is a tributary of the Tisza, ... [1 related articles]
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Eger, Czech Republic: see Cheb.
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Eger (e'ger) , Ger. Erlau, city (1991 est. pop. 62,474), NE Hungary, on the Eger River. It is the commercial center of a wine-producing region and has food- and tobacco-processing plants. Eger is a center for tourists drawn by the nearby mineral springs and the Mátra Mts. One of the first...
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Eger is a Hungarian wine region in North-Eastern Hungary. It is famous for its red blend, Egri Bikavér and for some whites like Egri Leányka, Debrői Hárslevelű or Egerszóláti Olaszrizling. Its center is the town of Eger. ...
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Eger is a river of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. ...
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Eger (Elbe) is a river of Bavaria, Germany. ...
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The vineyard is located in northeast Hungary , near the border with Slovakia . Northeastern end is the Tokaj wine region, the famous area of Tokay . Eger is named after the town (Eger dt) at the foot of the B
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