songs

Songs about Gomori:

songsNight Mail (Ben Gomori Redux 12" Dub Version) by Public Service Broadcasting from the Album Night Mail (Remixes) - EP

songsNight Mail (Ben Gomori Redux 12" Version) by Public Service Broadcasting from the Album Night Mail (Remixes) - EP

songsBroken Sleep (Ben Gomori's Sleeping Incubus Remix) by Moodymanc and Paul Hardy from the Album 5th Anniversary

songsHupendi Muziki Wangu (You Don't Like My Music) (Ben Gomori's Blue Lotus Edit) by K.I.D. from the Album SAM Records Extended Play - Vol II

songsMaida Vegas (feat. Ben Gomori) [Jay Kay Remix] by Ben Gomori Bentley from the Album Best Nights Ever... House Party (Mixed By Ben Sowton & Graham Sahara)

songsMake Believer (Ben Gomori's Fantasy Trip Remix) by Morcheeba from the Album Make Believer Remixes

songsMen's Dance from Gömör (Gömöri -Vasvári- Verbunkos) by Paul Leenhouts The Royal Wind Music from the Album En Er Mundo

books

Books about Gomori:

booksPassion for Freedom: The Life of Maria Gomori by Maria Gomori (Jun 30, 2014)

booksGomori nepi tancok (Hungarian Edition) by Andras Takacs (1992)

booksA Gomori Jobbagysag by Dr. Ila Balint (1938)

booksGeorge Gomori. Versek Marinak / Poems for Mari.(Book review): An article from: World Literature Today by Ivan Sanders (Jul 21, 2007)

booksBiography - Gomori, George (1934-): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team (Dec 16, 2007)

books[ PASSION FOR FREEDOM: THE LIFE OF MARIA GOMORI ] BY Gomori, Maria ( Author ) Jun - 2014 [ Paperback ] by Maria Gomori (Jun 30, 2014)

booksThe Satir Model: Family Therapy and Beyond by Satir, Virginia, Gomori, Maria, Gerber, Jane published by Science... (0001)

wiki

Wiki information Gomori:

Gömöri trichrome stain

Gömöri trichrome stain is a stain used on muscle tissue. It can be used to test for certain forms of mitochondrial myopathy. It is named for George Gömöri, who developed it in 1950.

György Gömöri
Author, Deceased Person, Person

György Gömöri was a Hungarian-American physician who became famous as a histochemist. Gömöri was born in Budapest, 16 July 1904. He received degree from the medical faculty of the Pázmány Péter University in 1928. From 1928 he became pathologist at...