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Bá·rá·ny

(bah'rah-nē),
Robert, Austrian-Hungarian otologist and Nobel laureate, 1876-1936. See: Bárány sign, Bárány caloric test, positional vertigo of Bárány.
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Zoltan Barany, "Comparing the Arab Revolts: The Role of the Military," Journal of Democracy 22, no.
24] Zoltan Barany, "Building National Armies after Civil War: Lessons from Bosnia, El Salvador, and Lebanon", Political Science Quarterly 129, no.
5% based on the consensus diagnostic criteria agreed upon by the International Headache Society and the Barany Society [18].
Zoltan Barany, Transcript of Interview (Al-Urdun al Jadid Research Center, April 23, 2012).
A related question Barany and Karolyi (2001) is: What is the maximum number of empty triangles that can share an edge?
This important question is the title of a book recently published by Dar Jadawel, written by American researchers Zoltan Barany and Robert Moser who are both professors at Texas University.
According to Barany (2002) and Kertesi and Kezdi (2011), in the early 1990s, the percentage of Roma in the total population was close to 10% in Bulgaria and Slovakia, 4-7% in Hungary, Macedonia and Romania and around 2% in Albania and the Czech Republic.
Goldstone, "Understanding the Revolutions of 2011: Weakness and Resilience in Middle Eastern Autocracies," Foreign Affairs (May/June 2011), 11; Zoltan Barany, "Comparing the Arab Revolts: The Role of the Military," Journal of Democracy, Vol.
Zoltan Barany, The Soldier and the Changing State: Building Democratic Armies in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas.
Adam Pulitzer from Hungary wrote two books on tympanic memberane, Vience from Austria also had some contributions while Robert Barany from Hungary won the first Nobel Prize.
Tibor Barany, editor of the new anthology Edes hazam (My sweet homeland), chose "engaged" poems from the output of the past twenty years.