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Relating to central Europe or its people.
- ‘Small's score turns into a gloppy Middle-European rhapsody as she walks into the old man's office in a shining black metallic gown and feather boa.’
- ‘The Princess is Middle-European royalty, wife of the Queen's cousin, Prince Michael of Kent, and the author of popular history books.’
- ‘In this twisted tale from the pen of Bohdan Tarasenko, the audience is plunged deep into the travails of a not-so-functional family unit living even deeper in the heart of a mythic Middle-European forest.’
- ‘Sandor believes that the Hungarian / Middle-European culinary tradition has much to offer, particularly its slow-cooking methods and its use of spices.’
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