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J. Prokisch, Z. Csiki, Cs. Albert and J. Csapó

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J. Csapó, G. Holló, I. Holló, R. V. Salamon, Sz. Salamon, Sz. Toró and Zs. Csapóné Kiss

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J. Csapó and Cs. Albert

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O. Fadairo, G. Diósi, I. Mironescu and E. Máthé

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F. Garousi

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F. Garousi

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Cs. Németh, L. A. Castillo, F. Horváth, I. Zeke, L. Friedrich, Cs. Balla, Z. Németh and P. Póti

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R. Juhászné Tóth and J. Csapó

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A. Szabó, E. Gyimes and A. Véha

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J. Csapó and Cs. Albert

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