from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of northwest Hungary near the Slovakian border. On the site of a Roman military outpost evacuated in the fourth century A.D., it was later a Magyar stronghold (ninth century) and a royal free town (after 1743). Population: 128,000.
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Zelimkhan was a young Chechen man who was subjected to torture and enforced disappearance by Russian law enforcement official Sergei Lapin.
Among the leaders of Bart and the VDP was the poet and children’s magazine editor Zelimkhan Yandarbiev, a tall man with a bushy black beard, author of such collections as Plant Saplings, People (1981) and Signs of the Zodiac (1983).